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  1. Episodes from Auschwitz. Sacrifice

    Episodes from Auschwitz. Sacrifice

    $7.81

    Sacrifice is the story of Maximillian Kolbe, Franciscan Monk from Niepokalanów, the Saint from Auschwitz. Learn More
  2. Episodes from Auschwitz. Bearers of Secrets

    Episodes from Auschwitz. Bearers of Secrets

    $7.81

    This is the story of prisoners, forced by the SS to cremate the bodies of people murdered in the gas chambers of Auschwitz. Learn More
  3. "I am Healthy and I Feel Fine". The Auschwitz Letters of...

    "I am Healthy and I Feel Fine". The Auschwitz Letters of...

    $7.54

    There are twenty-five letters written and sent by Marian H. Serejski from the Auschwitz camp to his wife and children. They arrived regularly from January 1941 through March 1942. LANGUAGE: EN, PL Learn More
  4. The beginnings of the extermination of Jews in KL Auschwitz in the light of the source materials - Igor Bartosik, Łukasz Martyniak, Piotr Setkiewicz

    The beginnings of the extermination of Jews in KL Auschwitz in the light of the source materials - Igor Bartosik, Łukasz Martyniak, Piotr Setkiewicz

    $11.31

    Not published until today source materials make it possible to fill in to a considerable degree the historical knowledge about functioning of the first gas chambers in Auschwitz. Learn More
  5. The Private Lives of the Auschwitz SS

    The Private Lives of the Auschwitz SS

    $10.77

    A look at the perpetrators of the Auschwitz crimes from s new, little-known, and sometimes surprising perspective. The book contains selected accounts by Polish women who worked in the homes of officers and enlisted men from hte Auschwitz SS garnison. Learn More
  6. Marek Poloncarz. Prisoners from the Chech Lands in the Auschwitz

    Marek Poloncarz. Prisoners from the Chech Lands in the Auschwitz

    $18.84

    Marek Poloncarz. Prisoners from the Chech Lands in the Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp Auschwitz grew to be a place of suffering and death also for many inhabitants of the Czech lands. In addition to the chief victims of the Holocaust — Czech Jewry deported to Auschwitz from the Terezin Ghetto, and the victims of the Roma genocide from the camps at Ledy nad Hodonin, thousands of other people from the Czech lands were also sent to Auschwitz on varoius grounds. Most of the them perished in the camp, others disappeared without a trace, many returned home with their health sapped. Learn More
  7. The Sketchbook from Auschwitz

    The Sketchbook from Auschwitz

    $8.88

    The Sketchbook from Auschwitz, a unique work preserved in the collections of the Auschwitz Memorial has been published by the Museum in its entirety for the first time. It is the only set of drawings made in the camp depicting the extermination of Jews deported by German Nazis to Auschwitz. The unknown author documented in his drawings also murdering of prisoners who were sick or had been worked to exhaustion. Learn More
  8. Oskar Schindler in the Eyes of Cracovian Jews Rescued by Him

    Oskar Schindler in the Eyes of Cracovian Jews Rescued by Him

    $17.50

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    The book includes authentic testimonies of people saved from Holocaust by Oskar Schindler. This is the story of life and aktivity of a man that was driven by the whirlwind of war, told by his former workers. Learn More
  9. I Survived Auschwitz - Krystyna Żywulska

    I Survived Auschwitz - Krystyna Żywulska

    $10.77

    I Survived Auschwitz was written by Krystyna Zywulska. Zywulska born in 1914 as Sonia Landau. During the German occupation of Poland, she was displaced with her Jewish family to the Warsaw Ghetto in 1941. She escaped from the Ghetto and became active in the Polish resistance movement. Under her new name, Zywulska, she was captured by the Nazis in 1943 and sent to Auschwitz. Learn More
  10. To be a Jew in Occupied Poland, Cracow-Auschwitz-Buchenwald. Stanisław Taubenschlag

    To be a Jew in Occupied Poland, Cracow-Auschwitz-Buchenwald. Stanisław Taubenschlag

    $6.73

    Stanisław Taubnenschlag, (Stanley Townsend) was born on January 30, 1920, in Cracow, into a Jewish family possessing numerous contacts with Polish intellectual circles, and with many Polish friends and acquaintances. He was arrested in June 1942 and deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp, from where, one year later, he was transferred to the Buchenwald camp Learn More

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