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  • Fresh Woundsby Donald L. Niewyk

    The University of North Carolina Press 2000; US$ 29.99

    Every student of the Holocaust knows the crucial importance of survivors' testimonies in reconstructing the crime. Most such accounts, however, were recorded years or even decades after the end of World War II. The survivor narratives that make up this volume, in contrast, were gathered immediately after the war. In 1946, Russian-born American psychologist... more...

  • The House On Prague Streetby Hanna Demetz

    St. Martin's Press 2016; US$ 8.99

    The House on Prague Street is a story told with translucent simplicity and freshness. It is a story of haunting innocence and terrible devastation, of lost love, of survival. It has an impact we have not felt since The Diary of Anne Frank and John Hersey's The Wall. In pre-World War II Czechoslovakia, Helene Richter's childhood glows with... more...

  • Troubled Memoryby Lawrence N. Powell

    The University of North Carolina Press 2003; US$ 29.99

    Troubled Memory is also a dramatic testament to how the experiences of survivors as new Americans spurred their willingness to bear witness. Perhaps the only family to survive the liquidation of the Warsaw Ghetto as a group, the Skoreckis evaded deportation to Treblinka, by posing as Aryans and ultimately made their way to New Orleans, where they... more...

  • Prelude to Nurembergby Arieh J. Kochavi

    The University of North Carolina Press 2000; US$ 29.99

    Between November 1945 and October 1946, the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg tried some of the most notorious political and military figures of Nazi Germany. The issue of punishing war criminals was widely discussed by the leaders of the Allied nations, however, well before the end of the war. As Arieh Kochavi demonstrates, the policies... more...

  • Nazi Empire-Building and the Holocaust in Ukraineby Wendy Lower

    The University of North Carolina Press 2006; US$ 29.99

    On 16 July 1941, Adolf Hitler convened top Nazi leaders at his headquarters in East Prussia to dictate how they would rule the newly occupied eastern territories. Ukraine, the "jewel" in the Nazi empire, would become a German colony administered by Heinrich Himmler's SS and police, Hermann Goring's economic plunderers, and a host of other satraps.... more...

  • People in Auschwitzby Hermann Langbein

    The University of North Carolina Press 2005; US$ 29.99

    Hermann Langbein was allowed to know and see extraordinary things forbidden to other Auschwitz inmates. Interned at Auschwitz in 1942 and classified as a non-Jewish political prisoner, he was assigned as clerk to the chief SS physician of the extermination camp complex, which gave him access to documents, conversations, and actions that would have... more...

  • Alleged Nazi Collaborators in the United States after World War IIby Christoph Schiessl

    Lexington Books 2016; US$ 89.99

    This thorough account of the postwar search for 150 suspected Nazi collaborators in the United States explains how they immigrated into the United States, why it took so long to locate and apprehend them, and the eventual founding in the 1970s of the investigative body that sought to bring them to justice. more...

  • The Wonder of Their Voicesby Alan Rosen

    Oxford University Press 2010; US$ 27.99 US$ 24.07

    Arguing that early postwar Holocaust testimony was plentiful and significant in its own right, Rosen highlights the Russian-born American psychologist David Boder, who in 1946 was among the earliest to interview Holocaust survivors in DP camps and, as far as we know, the first to audio record their testimony. Examining the origins and implications... more...

  • Jewish Families in Europe, 1939-Presentby Joanna Beata Michlic

    Brandeis University Press 2017; Not Available

    Examining World War II, the Holocaust, and their aftermath through the lens of Central and Eastern European Jewish families more...

  • Dislocated Memoriesby Tina Fr?hauf; Lily Hirsch

    Oxford University Press 2014; US$ 77.99 US$ 67.07

    The first volume of its kind, Dislocated Memories draws together three significant areas of inquiry: Jewish music, German culture, and the legacy of the Holocaust. more...