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  1. Commandant Of Auschwitz (Paperback)

    Commandant Of Auschwitz (Paperback)

    $14.81

    Rudolph Hoess was Commandant of Auschwitz during the war. He was taken prisoner by the British. Between his trial and his execution he was ordered to write his autobiography. This is it. Learn More
  2. By bread alone. Mel Mermelstein

    By bread alone. Mel Mermelstein

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    Memoirs of a Hungarian Jew, a prisoner of Auschwitz, Gross-Rosen and Buchenwald. Was brought to the camp as a 17 year old boy. He lost his mother in Auschwitz, two sisters, father and brother. After the war he moved to the United States and settled in California. Learn More
  3. This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen

    This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen

    $10.77

    Published in Poland after World War II, this collection of concentration camp stories shows atrocious crimes becoming an unremarkable part of a daily routine. Prisoners eat, work, sleep, and fall in love a few yards from where other prisoners are systematically slaughtered. The will to survive overrides compassion, and the line between the normal and the abnormal wavers, then vanishes. Borowski, a concentration camp victim himself, understood what human beings will do to endure the unendurable. Together, these stories constitute not only a masterpiece of Polish - and world - literature but stand as cruel testimony to the level of inhumanity of which man is capable. Learn More
  4. "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
  5. August Kowalczyk. A Barbed Wire Refrain II

    August Kowalczyk. A Barbed Wire Refrain II

    $5.38

    An English translation of the second and third part of former Auschwitz prisoner August Kowalczyk’s autobiographical novel, published several years ago in Polish as "A Barbed Wire Refrain". Learn More
  6. August Kowalczyk. A Barbed Wire Refrain

    August Kowalczyk. A Barbed Wire Refrain

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    Describes the camp fate of August Kowalczyk, from the moment he was imprisoned in Auschwitz concentration camp until his dramatic escape from the Penal Company during one of the best known mutinies in the history of the camp. Learn More
  7. Night - Elie Wiesel

    Night - Elie Wiesel

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    Born into a Jewish ghetto in Hungary, as a child, Elie Wiesel was sent to the Nazi concentration camps at Auschwitz and Buchenwald. Learn More
  8. To be a Jew in Occupied Poland, Cracow-Auschwitz-Buchenwald. Stanisław Taubenschlag

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

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    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
  9. Forgotten Voices of The Holocaust

    Forgotten Voices of The Holocaust

    $13.46

    FORGOTTEN VOICES OF THE HOLOCAUST In association with the Imperial War Museum and based on work recording the experiences of Holocaust survivors for the sound archive - one of the most important archives of its kind in the world. The intertwined moving and revealing interviews reveal the sheer complexity and horror of the Holocaust. The great majority of survivors suffered considerable physical and psychological wounds, yet the overall story is far from being just gloom and doom. There are many poignant vignettes describing acts of charity, reciprocity and kindness in the face of the most extreme form of barbarism. Learn More
  10. Adam Zych. The Auschwitz Poems

    Adam Zych. The Auschwitz Poems

    $12.65

    Janka Abrami: Last Lullaby She saw the chimneys belching smoke and the black smoke above covering the world with a blanket of doom obscuring the picture of God. She held on to her mother the terror in her dark eyes distorting her four-year-old face with ancient wisdom. "I don't want to go in there for a shower," she cried. "I don't want to go!" "Shash... my pet, don't cry the water won't be cold and I'll hold you tight," the woman soothed her child as they walked into the concrete cage. She couldn't see the chimneys any more nor the dark clouds above nor did she hear the moans and the "Shema Israel" of others as she snuggled close to her mother. All she heard was the loving voice whisper the last lullaby of Auschwitz: "Shash, my darling, Shash..." -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Learn More

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