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  1. Seweryna Szmaglewska. Smoke over Birkenau

    Seweryna Szmaglewska. Smoke over Birkenau

    $10.23

    The eighteenth edition of one of the most popular books about the camp. Arrested by the Gestapo in 1942 for involvement in the resistance, the author spent three years in Birkenau. Learn More
  2. Tadeusz Sobolewicz. But I survived

    Tadeusz Sobolewicz. But I survived

    $10.77

    The author tells of his experiences of prisoner life in Auschwitz and five other concentration camps and a remarkable survival. LANGUAGE: EN, ESP, NLD, PL. Learn More
  3.  On My Way through Life  Helena Dunicz Niwińska.

    On My Way through Life Helena Dunicz Niwińska.

    $10.77

    The Memoirs of a Violinist from Birkenau The momoirs written by a violinist from Birkenau will be released in English this year. Learn More
  4. Bogdan Bartnikowski. Childhood Behind Barbed Wire

    Bogdan Bartnikowski. Childhood Behind Barbed Wire

    $5.92

    Memoirs written by Bogdan Bartnikowski, a former prisoner of Auschwitz. LANGUAGE: DE, EN, ESP, IT 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. I Was at the Auschwitz Crematorium. A Conversation with Henryk Mandelbaum.Igor Bartosik, Adam Willma.

    I Was at the Auschwitz Crematorium. A Conversation with Henryk Mandelbaum.Igor Bartosik, Adam Willma.

    $9.96

    This book is a record of conversations with one the most valuable eyewitnesses to the Holocaust — Henryk Mandelbaum, who worked in the Sonderkommando at Auschwitz. Henryk Mandelbaum, a boy from a poor Jewish family, was chosen by the SS for an unimaginably onerous job. The Sonderkommando — the special labor detail — was present in every one of the extermination camps that the Nazis set up during the Second World War. The basic duty of the prisoners selected for this kind of work was burying or burning the bodies of murdered prisoners, cleaning out the rooms used as gas chambers, sorting the valuables left behind by the victims, and other tasks connected with the mass murder of Jews. LANGUAGE: EN, IT. Learn More
  7. Kazimierz Albin. Warrant of Arrest

    Kazimierz Albin. Warrant of Arrest

    $8.08

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    The book is the account of the wartime experiences of one of the first prisoners of Auschwitz concentration camp. Learn More
  8. Illicit Letters from Auschwitz. Janusz Pogonowski

    Illicit Letters from Auschwitz. Janusz Pogonowski

    $5.38

    14 June 1940 Janusz Pogonowski was sent to Auschwitz concentration camp. He was only 17 years and 10 months old at the time. He left behind secret letters where he describes the Gehenna of Auschwitz, his dramatic experiences, a young man's yearning for freedom and kinfolk from whom he had been separated Learn More
  9. KL Auschwitz seen by the SS

    KL Auschwitz seen by the SS

    $9.96

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    This volume contains reminiscences and a diary by three members of the SS: Rudolf Höss, the first camp commandant, Pery Broad, an SS non-commissioned officer in the camp Gestapo, and the SS physician Johann Paul Kremer. Learn More
  10. Manfred Deselaers - " And Your Conscience Never Haunted You? "The Life of Rudolf Höß, Commander of Auschwitz and the question of his responsibility before God and human beings

    Manfred Deselaers - " And Your Conscience Never Haunted You? "The Life of Rudolf Höß, Commander of Auschwitz and the question of his responsibility before God and human beings

    $15.08

    The former commander of Auschwitz ended his autobiography in 1947 with the words "May the public continue to see in me the bloodthirsty beast, the cruel sadist, the murderer of millions - for the majority of people would not be able to imagine the Commander of Auschwitz in any other way. The broad mass of people will never understand that he also had a heart, that the wasn't evil " Learn More

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