The Jewish Holocaust
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Sobibor - The Forgotten Camp?

From The Ashes of Sobibor: A Story of Survival (Jewish Lives): by Thomas Toivi Blatt. This is the paperback version.
From the Ashes of Sobibor: A Story of Survival (Jewish Lives): The hardback version.
Escape From Sobibor: A fascinating account by Richard Raschke.
Sobibor - The Forgotten Revolt: Another masterpiece by Thomas Blatt.
Sobibor: Martyrdom and Revolt: by Miriam Novitch.
Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka: The Operation Reinhard Death Camps: by Yitzhak Arad.

Auschwitz Elegies

Values and Violence in Auschwitz - A Sociological Analysis: by Anna Pawelcznska
Death Dealer: the Memoirs of the SS Kommandant at Auschwitz: A must read for those who want to know the truth! By Rudolf Hoess.
80629: A Mengele Experiment: by Gene Church
Auschwitz: A Doctor's Eyewitness Account: by Dr. Nyiszli Miklos
Auschwitz Chronicle: 1939-1945: by Danuta Czech and Walter Laqueur. This work, by the former head of research at the Auschwitz Museum, comprises of translations of the original German records, plus eyewitness accounts. A must read!

Lest we forget ..........

Thousands of men, women and children were annihilated during the Second World War; victims of a madman who believed that they were not equal to other humans, simply by virtue of their race. They were rounded up like animals, stripped of property, valuables, and professions, then herded off to concentration camps where Hitler hoped to terminate their entire race. One might argue that the lucky ones were those who were put to death immediately, that the ones who survived their years in concentration camps, suffered more. Luckily, they did survive, to tell the truth of those awful years, of the indignities suffered, of the lives extinguished. Only by learning of them, and reading their stories, can we attempt to make any sense of this at all. A wealth of talent survived these death camps. We must NOT allow ourselves to forget!

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Memories of Theresienstadt

Hitler's Gift: The Story of Theresienstadt
by George E. Berkley
My Years in Theresienstadt: how One Woman Survived The Holocaust
Gerty Spies account of her life in this nototrious camp
The Terezin Diary of Gonda Redlich
edited by Saul S. Friedman
The Artists of Terezin
by Gerald Green
The Last Butterfly
by Michael Jacot
Music in Terezin
by Joza Karas
Ghetto Theresienstadt
by Zdenek Lederer
One Man's Valor: Leo Baeck and The Holocaust
by Anne E. Neimark. The story of Leo Baeck, often referred to as the teacher of Theresienstadt
Women of Theresienstadt: Voices From a Concentration Camp
Ruth Schwertferger's collection of memories of the women who spent time in Theresienstadt
I Never Saw Another Butterfly: Children's Drawings and Poems from Terezin Concentration Camp 1942-1944
An insight into the way the children saw their world behind the barbed wire

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