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Translated by Steve Cox. This biography of Primo Levi, an Italian chemist, survivor of Auschwitz, and renowned author examines Levi's life through material gathered from research, interviews with friends and relatives, and numerous unpublished texts and testimonies.
Atkins, Stephen E.
Atkins' book traces the history of Holocaust deniers. An important text for understanding the reasoning and claims of deniers worldwide in order to combat such misinformation.
This work analyzes the bystander phenomenon, drawing on the insights of historians, Holocaust survivors, and ethicists. Barnett argues that bystander behavior cannot be attributed to a single cause, such as antisemitism, but can only be understood within a complex framework of factors that shape human behavior individually, socially, and politically.
During World War II, Bulgaria allied herself with the Germans. As the war progressed, the King of Bulgaria followed Hitler's mandates and began his plans to rid the country of its 50,000 Jews. This book tells the story of how the Bulgarian people stood up to their government and the Nazis to save the entire population of Bulgarian Jews.
In this book, Bascomb follows the elusive trail of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann from his capture in Buenos Aires to his trial in Israel.
In this book Bauer describes the destruction of the small Jewish townships in the eastern part of Poland between 1941 and 1942.
This book serves as a general introduction and reference to the history of the Holocaust and includes maps and charts.
In this book Bender investigates German policies and Jewish reactions during the German occupation of Poland.
Berenbaum, Michael; Neufeld, Michael J.
This anthology of essays debates the feasibility of whether the Allies could and should have bombed the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1944.
An illustrated documentary history of the Nazis' effort to eradicate the Jews and other "undesirables" of Europe, told in the words of its victims, perpetrators, and bystanders.
Explores the death marches that occurred from January 1945 through the end of World War II in Europe.
Block, Gay and Drucker, Malka
This book provides first hand accounts of non-Jews who risked their lives to save Jews during the Holocaust. The authors interviewed and photographed each of the rescuers featured in the book.
This book reexamines the genocide of the Jews, exploring the development of the Final Solution and Nazi policies against other populations, and provides a comparative analysis of other modern genocides.
Brandon, Ray; Lower, Wendy
Editors Brandon and Lower bring together scholars from Europe and the U.S. to address the destruction and complex history of one of the largest Jewish communities in Europe.
Breitman, Richard; Lichtman, Allan J.
The FDR who emerges here is concerned with the fate of European Jewry.
This is the shocking account of how a unit of average, middle-aged Germans became the cold-blooded murderers of tens of thousands of Jews.