One, by One, by One
Facing the Holocaust
Looks at how people in Europe and the U.S. have reshaped their memories of the Holocaust, by distorting records, blaming the victims, and rationalizing their own complicity
The Nazi Officer's Wife
How One Jewish Woman Survived the Holocaust
The author, a Jewish law student when the war broke out, recounts how she survived the Holocaust as the wife of a Nazi party member in Munich. Reprint.
The Hiding Place
Corrie ten Boom's account of her amazing family's experiences during the German occupation of Holland reveals her indomitable Christian faith
The Hidden Life of Otto Frank
1st Edition Hardcover
A portrait of Anne Frank's father, the only member of the secret annex to survive Auschwitz, reveals startling information about his privileged youth, arranged marriage, experiences in the concentration camp, decision to publish Anne's diary, flight to Switzerland, and relationship with the annex's betrayer.
A Conspiracy of Decency
The Rescue of the Danish Jews During World War II
The dramatic and compelling rescue of the Danish Jews from the hands of the Nazis, told through firsthand accounts and personal stories
Diary of a Young Girl
The Definitive Edition
A newly translated edition of Anne Frank's diary restores the original one-third omitted text that offered insight into Anne's emerging sexuality and her turbulent relationship with her mother. Reprint. PW.
The Kingdom of Auschwitz
Describes the purpose, history, and organization of the notorious concentration camp, and recounts some of the horrors and the surprising heroism that occured there
Survival in Auschwitz
The Nazi Assault on Humanity
The author describes his twenty month ordeal in the Nazi death camp.
Maus a Survivors Tale
My Father Bleeds History
The author-illustrator traces his father's imprisonment in a Nazi concentration camp through a series of disarming and unusual cartoons arranged to tell the story as a novel
The Drowned and the Saved
A meditation on the meaning of the Nazi exterminations after the passing of forty years reveals how memories of the Holocaust have been filtered and rearranged by both the oppressor and the victims