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Holocaust Print Resources

Deniers of the Holocaust: Who They are, What They Do, Why They Do it Gottfried, Ted Examines the theories and methods of people who deny the Holocaust occurred and people who justify its occurrence.

Beyond Courage : the Untold Story of Jewish Resistance during the Holocaust 1st ed. Rappaport, Doreen The courage of countless Jews who organized to sabotage the Nazis and help other Jews during the Holocaust.

Smoke and Ashes : the Story of the Holocaust Rogasky, Barbara Examines the causes, events, and legacies of the Holocaust which resulted in the extermination of six million Jews.

Auschwitz Lawton, Clive A description of what happened at Auschwitz, a concentration camp in Poland used during World War II by the Nazis to gather and murder many people, mostly Jews.

Hitler and the Holocaust Wistrich, Robert S A concise and authoritative history of the Holocaust that examines Europe's long history of violence against the Jews and how that tradition manifested itself in Central and Eastern Europe in the early twentieth century. The World Must Know : the History of the Holocaust as told in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Berenbaum, Michael A clear account of the Holocaust and a guide to the memorial museum in Washington.

The Holocaust : the Fire that Raged Rossel, Seymour Discusses the historical background, from the Treaty of Versailles through Hitler's rise to power, that led to the horrible and systematic slaughter of millions of Jews by the Nazis during World War II.

Escape : Teens who Escaped the Holocaust to Freedom Giddens, Sandra Tells the stories of four teenagers who survived the horrors that the Nazis perpetrated on Jews during World War II.

Hitler and the Final Solution Fleming, Gerald An analysis of documentation and personal statements comprise satisfactory proof that the systematic murder of the Jews of Europe was Hitler's decision.

Witnesses to the Holocaust : an Oral History Lewin, Rhoda G Presents 60 oral testimonies capturing the memories of people who survived the Holocaust.

Auschwitz : a New History Rees, Laurence A portrait of Auschwitz with insights from interviews with more than 100 survivors and Nazi perpetrators.

The Holocaust Camps Byers, Ann Describes the establishment of Nazi concentration camps throughout Europe and their eventual use as a means of eliminating the Jews.

The Death Camps Lace, William Describes the establishment of concentration camps throughout Nazi-occupied territory whose sole purpose was to exterminate Jews and other people considered undesirable by Hitler and his followers.

Auschwitz : True Tales from a Grotesque Land Nomberg-Przytyk, Sara Recounts the author's first-hand experiences while imprisoned for two year in the infamous death camp, Auschwitz.