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  • Waiting For Hitlerby Midge Gillies

    Hodder & Stoughton 2012; Not Available

    In late summer 1940, Hitler told his army to prepare to invade England. The nation waited, breathless with tension, for the Nazi threat to become real. Acclaimed author Midge Gillies gathers together the personal accounts of those who still remember this time, with written sources from contemporary press reports, to diaries and letters, to illustrate... more...

  • How Could This Happenby Dan McMillan

    Basic Books 2014; US$ 27.99

    The Holocaust is the defining event of the twentieth century – and perhaps all of modern history. Yet for too long, we have ignored the vital question of how and why such a monstrous event could have happened at all. Now, in How Could This Happen , historian Dan McMillan distills the existing Holocaust research into a cogent explanation of the genocide?s... more...

  • Motherlandby Rita Goldberg

    Halban 2014; US$ 13.11

    Like Anne Frank, Hilde Jacobsthal was born in Germany and brought up in Amsterdam, where the two families became close. Unlike Anne Frank, she survived the war, and Otto Frank was to become godfather to Rita, her first daughter. “I am the child of a woman who survived the Holocaust not by the skin of her teeth but heroically. This book tells the... more...

  • Four Thousand Livesby Clare Ungerson

    The History Press 2014; US$ 27.69

    In November 1938 about 30,000 German Jewish men had been taken to concentration camps where they were subject to torture, starvation and arbitrary death. This book tells the remarkable story of how the grandees of Anglo Jewry persuaded the British Government to allow them to establish a transit camp in Sandwich, in East Kent, to which up to 4,000... more...

  • My Wounded Heartby Martin Doerry; John Brownjohn

    Bloomsbury Publishing 2008; US$ 8.99

    An international sensation already sold in fifteen languages, this heartbreaking collection of recently discovered letters captures the destruction not only of a life but also of an entire nation. Born in 1900 to wealthy Jewish parents, Lilli Jahn stood firmly among the German bourgeoisie. A doctor by training, she married a young Protestant physician.... more...

  • Hiding in Plain Sightby Sarah Lew Miller; Joyce B. Lazarus

    Chicago Review Press 2012; US$ 15.99

    Hiding in Plain Sight: Eluding the Nazis in Occupied France is an unusual memoir about the childhood and young adulthood of Sarah Lew Miller, a young Jewish girl living in Paris at the time of the Nazi occupation. more...

  • Letter from my Fatherby Dasia Black

    Brandl & Schlesinger 2012; US$ 8.99

    Ester was a four-year-old child during the Holocaust in Poland when she was told that both her parents had been killed. In 'Letter from my Father' Dasia Black (born Ester Hadasa) tells of her struggle as a child to survive the loss of her family, her name and identity. more...

  • Helga's Diaryby Helga Weiss

    Penguin Books Ltd 2013; Not Available

    'The most moving Holocaust diary published since Anne Frank' Daily Telegraph First they led us to the baths, where they took from us everything we still had. Quite literally there wasn't even a hair left. I didn't even recognize my own mother till I heard her voice . . . In 1941, aged 12, Helga Weiss, her mother and father were... more...

  • The Lostby Daniel Mendelsohn

    HarperCollins 2006; US$ 12.99

    The author describes how his family was haunted by the disappearance of six relatives during the Holocaust and how he embarked on a determined search to find the remaining eyewitnesses to his lost ancestors' fates. more...