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Holocaust to Resistance, My Journey

by Suzanne Berliner Weiss Roseway Publishing (November 13, 2019)

Holocaust to Resistance, My Journey is a powerful, awe-inspiring memoir from author and activist Suzanne Berliner Weiss. Born to Jewish parents in Paris in 1941, Suzanne was hidden from the Nazis on a farm in...

Why Did Hitler Hate the Jews?

by Peter den Hertog Frontline Books (September 30, 2020)

What do we really know about the sources of Adolf Hitler’s anti-Semitism? What led him to become such a genocidal anti-Semite?

It is often said that the strongly anti-Semitic atmosphere in pre-war Vienna, in...


by Meyer Levin Burtyrki Books (January 30, 2020)

Eva: A Novel of the Holocaust, first published in 1959, is a fictionalized account of Ida Loew, a young Jewish girl from Poland who survived the Jewish pogroms of the Nazis and the Auschwitz camp. The book opens...

Eva's Story

by Eva Schloss & Evelyn Julia Kent Eerdmans (February 22, 2010)

Many know the tragic story of Anne Frank, the teen whose life ended at Auschwitz during the Holocaust. But most people don’t know about Eva Schloss, Anne’s playmate and stepsister. Though Eva, like Anne,...

Those Who Forget

by Géraldine Schwarz & Laura Marris Scribner (September 22, 2020)

Those Who Forget, published to international awards and acclaim, is journalist Géraldine Schwarz’s riveting account of her German and French grandparents’ lives during World War II, an in-depth history...

Surviving the Angel of Death

by Eva Mozes Kor & Lisa Rojany Buccieri Tanglewood (October 13, 2020)

Eva Mozes Kor was just ten years old when she arrived in Auschwitz. While her parents and two older sisters were taken to the gas chambers, she and her twin, Miriam, were herded into the care of the man known...

The Unanswered Letter

by Faris Cassell Regnery History (September 01, 2020)

In 1939, as the Nazi closed in, Alfred Berger mailed a desperate letter to an American stranger who happened to share his last name. He and his wife, Viennese Jews, had found escape routes for their daughters....

Tragedy at Évian

by Tony Matthews Big Sky Publishing (September 02, 2020)

In July 1938 the United States, Great Britain and thirty other countries participated in a vital

conference at Évian-les-Bains, France, to discuss the persecution and possible emigration of the European Jews,...

The Other Side of Absence

by Betty O'Neill Impact Press (August 05, 2020)

Betty O’Neill grew up knowing very little about her father, Antoni. She knew that he had fled Poland after World War Two, that he had disappeared overnight when she was just an infant, and that his brief reappearance...

Panzer General

by Kenneth Macksey Skyhorse (February 06, 2018)

Kenneth Macksey’s highly regarded biography of Generaloberst Heinz Guderian gives clear insight into the mind and motives of the father of modern tank warfare. Panzer General shows Guderian as a man of ideas...

The Mechanic

by Alan Gold Yucca (June 28, 2016)

A story of justice through the ages . . . and revenge.

Germany, 1945. The bloodiest war in history is at an end. Now the retribution and search for justice begins. In a series of Nuremberg trials, war criminals...


by Rupert Matthews Skyhorse (July 03, 2018)

A comprehensive examination of Hitler’s military strategies.

As Führer of the Third Reich, Hitler was responsible for deciding the German war aims in 1939. As head of the Armed Forces from February 4th, 1938,...

Hitler's Commando

by Otto Skorzeny, Dan Raviv & Charles Messenger Skyhorse (September 27, 2016)

Otto Skorzeny, Germany?s top commando in the Second World War, is one of the most famous men in the history of special forces. His extraordinary wartime career was one of high risk and adventure and here he...

Walter's Welcome

by Eva Neisser Echenberg & Judy Sklar Rasminsky Skyhorse (January 02, 2018)

**Number 47 on Book Authority's 94 Best Nazi Germany Books of All Time!**

Walter’s Welcome is the story of Walter Neisser and the more than fifty members of his family he helped to escape Nazi Germany. The...

In the Name of Humanity

by Max Wallace Skyhorse (May 01, 2018)

Shortlisted for the 2018 RBC Taylor prize for literary nonfiction

“A riveting tale of the previously unknown and fascinating story of the unsung angels who strove to foil the Final Solution.”?Kirkus starred...

At the Heart of the Reich

by Gerhard Engel Skyhorse (October 18, 2016)

A revealing account of Hitler?s thoughts and actions throughout World War II from one of his closest aides.

Major Gerhard Engel was Hitler's army adjutant from 1938 to 1943. During his years with Hitler, Engel...

Tank Rider

by Evgeni Bessonov Skyhorse (January 31, 2017)

A sobering account of conflict on the Eastern Front of World War II told from the perspective of a Russian soldier.

Honest and irrepressibly frank, these are the dramatic memoirs of a Russian officer on the Eastern...

Secret Germany

by Michael Baigent & Richard Leigh Skyhorse (May 17, 2008)

By July of 1944, the Third Reich's days were numbered. Colonel Claus von Stauffenberg, a general staff insider with open eyes (and access to the Führer), was convinced that assassinating Hitler was the only...

Witness to Nuremberg

by Richard W. Sonnenfeldt Arcade (April 01, 2011)

In Witness to Nuremberg, the chief interpreter for the American prosecution at the Nuremberg trials after World War II offers his insights into dealing directly with Hermann Goering, a leading member of the...

Last of the Few

by Max Arthur Skyhorse (August 01, 2011)

After the fall of France in May 1940, the British Expeditionary Force was miraculously evacuated from Dunkirk. Britain now stood alone to face Hitler?s inevitable invasion attempt. For the German army to land...

Lone Assassin

by Helmut Ortner & Ross Benjamin Skyhorse (September 08, 2015)

Living as a carpenter who had spent time working in a watch factory, Georg Elser was just an ordinary member of society living in Munich. That is, however, until he took it upon himself to attempt to assassinate...

The Inventory

by Gila Lustiger & Rebecca Morrison Arcade (November 17, 2015)

Combining the authenticity of reportage with the emotional intensity of an extraordinary imagination, The Inventory is a profoundly unsettling account of the effects of Nazi paranoia upon every segment of German...

Letters and Dispatches 1924-1944

by Raoul Wallenberg Arcade (October 01, 2011)

The best way to hear the story of Raoul Wallenberg is through his own words. Put together from three different collections, Letters and Dispatches is the most thorough book of Wallenberg?s writings and letters....

My Longest Night

by Genevieve Duboscq Arcade (January 12, 2012)

"So direct and unaffected that the mot juste is 'amateur' in the original sense of the one who embarks on a project motivated by love and conviction rather than for gain.?Los Angeles Times Fifty years have passed...

Roman's Journey

by Roman Halter & Martin Gilbert Arcade (March 01, 2012)

Roman Halter was a spirited, optimistic schoolboy in 1939 when he and his family gathered behind the curtains to watch the Volksdeutsche (German Polish) neighbors of their small town in western Poland greet...

Verdict on Vichy

by Michael Curtis Arcade (June 06, 2003)

This masterful book is the first comprehensive reappraisal of the Vichy France regime for over 20 years. France was occupied by Nazi Germany between 1940 and 1944, and the exact nature of France's role in the...

The Cover-Up at Omaha Beach

by Gary Sterne & Don Mann Skyhorse (May 06, 2014)

A New York Times bestseller! The untold story of what really happened on D-Day.

The Rangers? mission was clear. They were to lead the assault on Omaha Beach and break out inland. Simultaneously, other Ranger...

The Memoirs of Field-Marshal Kesselring

by Albert Kesselring & Kenneth Macksey Skyhorse (January 26, 2016)

One the great military autobiographies of World War II.

Field Marshal Albert Kesselring was one of Germany?s most capable military strategists. Originally a Bavarian army officer, he transferred to the Luftwaffe...

Reign of Terror

by Valdemar Langlet, Graham Long, Sune Persson & Pieter Langlet et al. Skyhorse (September 22, 2015)

The memoirs of a man who saved thousands from the Nazi death camps.

Although not as well-known as Raoul Wallenberg, Valdemar Langlet was the savior of thousands of Jews in Budapest in the last two years of World...

The Anvil of War

by Erhard Rauss, Oldwig von Natzmer & Peter G. Tsouras Skyhorse (March 22, 2016)

An unprecedented look at German operations on the Russian Front during World War II.

The Anvil of War collects U.S. Armycommissioned reports by two highly ranked German officers who served on the disastrous Russian...

Staying Human

by Katharina Stegelmann Skyhorse (January 06, 2015)

During World War II, Heinz Drossel saved Soviet prisoners of war and several Jews, including Marianne Hirschfeld. Again and again, he wasn?t afraid to risk his own life when others? safety was at risk. Nearly...

From Holocaust to Harvard

by John Stoessinger Skyhorse (September 02, 2014)

A true and touching human tale of survival and achievement.

When John Stoessinger was ten years old, Adolf Hitler annexed his homeland of Austria, ripping the boy from his home and his friends in Vienna. His...

The Seventh Million

by Tom Segev & Haim Watzman Hill and Wang (November 11, 2019)

This monumental work of history, The Seventh Million, shows the decisive impact of the Holocaust on the identity, ideology and politics of Israel.

With unflinching honesty, Tom Segev examines the most sensitive...

A Delayed Life

by Dita Kraus Feiwel & Friends (February 10, 2020)

A Delayed Life is the breathtaking memoir that tells the story of Dita Kraus, the real-life Librarian of Auschwitz.

Dita Kraus grew up in Prague in an intellectual, middle-class Jewish family. She went to school,...

Europe Against the Jews, 1880-1945

by Gotz Aly Metropolitan Books (April 06, 2020)

From the award-winning historian of the Holocaust, Europe Against the Jews, 1880-1945 is the first book to move beyond Germany?s singular crime to the collaboration of Europe as a whole.

The Holocaust was perpetrated...

A Good Place to Hide

by Peter Grose Pegasus Books (April 15, 2015)

Nobody asked questions, nobody demanded money. Villagers lied, covered up, procrastinated and concealed, but most importantly they welcomed.This is the story of an isolated community in the upper reaches of...

The Diary of Mary Berg

by Mary Berg & Susan Lee Pentlin Oneworld Publications (October 01, 2013)

The first eye-witness account ever published of life in the Warsaw Ghetto

Mary Berg was fifteen when the German army poured into Poland in 1939. She survived four years of Nazi terror, and managed to keep a diary...

I Escaped from Auschwitz

by Rudolf Vrba, Robin Vrba & Nikola Zimring Racehorse (April 21, 2020)

The Stunning and Emotional Autobiography of an Auschwitz Survivor

April 7, 1944—This date marks the successful escape of two Slovak prisoners from one of the most heavily-guarded and notorious concentration...

The Last of the Just

by Andre Schwarz-Bart The Overlook Press (January 31, 2000)

On March 11, 1185, in the old Anglican city of York, the Jews of the city were brutally massacred by their townsmen. As legend has it, God blessed the only survivor of this medieval pogrom, Rabbi Yom Tov Levy,...

Si Lewen's Parade

by Si Lewen & Art Spiegelman Abrams ComicArts (October 03, 2016)

Si Lewen?s Parade is a timeless story told in a language that knows no country?a wordless epic that, despite its muteness, is more powerful than the written or the spoken word. First published in 1957, The Parade...

Guilt About the Past

by Bernhard Schlink House of Anansi Press (April 02, 2010)

The six essays that make up this compelling book view the long shadow of past guilt as a German experience as well as a global one. International bestselling author Bernhard Schlink explores the phenomenon of...

Buried Words

by Molly Applebaum The Azrieli Foundation (March 31, 2017)

Hidden away underground, in a box, twelve-year-old Molly has only her older cousin and her diary to keep her company. For two years, she writes of her confinement ?in a grave?: the cold, dark and stuffiness,...

Six Lost Years

by Amek Adler The Azrieli Foundation (March 31, 2017)

"How much longer could we last?" sixteen-year-old Amek Adler laments, after arriving at yet one more concentration camp in the spring of 1945. From the Lodz and Warsaw ghettos to the Radom forced labour camp,...

Hana's Suitcase

by Karen Levine Second Story Press (December 31, 2001)

In March 2000, a suitcase arrived at a children's Holocaust education center in Tokyo, Japan from the Auschwitz museum in Germany. Fumiko Ishioka, the center's curator, was captivated by the writing on the outside...


by Kathy Kacer Second Story Press (March 31, 2010)

The story of the Reesers, a Jewish family who emigrated to Canada from Czechoslovakia on the eve of WWII. They fled the Nazis and left behind four valuable oil paintings. It would take years for the Reeser family,...

No Time to Mourn

by Leon Kahn Ronsdale Press (April 30, 2004)

Growing up Jewish in the little town, or shtetl, of Eisiskes near the Polish-Lithuanian border, Leon Kahn experienced a peaceful childhood until September 1, 1939 when Hitler?s forces attacked Poland. Only sixteen...

Bialystok to Birkenau

by Michel Mielnicki Ronsdale Press (November 15, 2000)

This profoundly honest Holocaust memoir describes the transformation of everyday anti-Semitism into the Holocaust nightmare. Central to the story are the years Mielnicki spent in the camps of Auschwitz-Birkenau,...