Bielecki, Tadeusz and Szymanski, Leszek.
Polamerica Press, Los Angeles. 1973.
A history of the Polish and Jewish resistance, including the Warsaw Uprising. Contains many photographs.
Chartuck, Rosalie and Spencer, Jack. The
Society on Trial
How It Happened—What It Means
. A Bantam Book, Paperback, No. 12191X.
A collection of readings.
Dawidowicz, Lucy S. (ed.)
A Holocaust Reader
. New York: Behrman House, Inc. Publishers. 1976.
A more extensive collection of translated official and private documents by Germans and Jews. Hitler, Gšring, Heydrich, and Himmler are among the German officials.
Des Pres, Terrence.
The Survivor—An Anatomy of Life in the Death Camps
. New York: Oxford University Press. 1976.
A penetrating look and discussion on the step-by-step physical and mental annihilation of individuals in camps and how some managed to overcome their tribulations and survive.
The Final Solution
Reflections on the Tragedy of European Jewry
. London: The Council Christians and Jews. 1961.
A pamphlet of his lecture at the University of London.
Children of the Holocaust
Conversations with Sons and Daughters of Survivors
. Bantam Book, paperback ed. 1980.
At The Wall in Warsaw
30 years later
. Article, New York Times Magazine, April 15, 1973.
The story of a Warsaw survivor returning to the Jewish ghetto 30 years later, meeting other survivors and seeing how they live today.
A Novel of Survival and Triumph
. Bantam Book, paperback. 1978.
The novel from which the TV film was adapted.
Messengers From The Dead
Literature of the Holocaust
. Philadelphia: The Westminster Press. 1970.
Hilberg, Raul, (ed.).
Documents of Destruction
Germany and Jewry 1933-1945
. Chicago: Quadrangle Books. 1971.
An anthology with commentaries on selected original documents. The selection gives a clear presentation of the historical record of the Holocaust.
Lester, Elenore and Werbell, Frederick E.
The Lost Hero of the
. Article, New York Times Magazine, March 30, 1980.
The Search for Sweden’s Raoul Wallenburg, a story of a diplomat who saved Hungarian Jews, during World War II.
Never To Forget
The Jews of the Holocaust
. New York: Harper & Row, Publishers. 1976.
An easy-to-read book.
Mosse, George L.
Toward the Final Solution
A History of European Racism
. New York: Howard Fertig. 1978.
Reck-Malleczewen, Friedrich Percyval.
Diary of a Man in Despair
. London: The MacMillan Company. 1970.
Personal reflections of a German anti-Nazi, who was arrested and liquidated.
Monument to the Vvictims of Tyranny
. New York: Frederick A. Praeger, Publishers. 1969.
Photographs of camp sites and monuments from all over Europe.
The Stroop Report
The Jewish Quarter of Warsaw Is No More
! New York: Pantheon Books. 1979.
The German Commander’s report to Himmler on his task of destroying the Jewish ghetto. Facsimile reproduction and English translation. Includes daily reports and a personal photographic report.
Wiesel, Elie et al.
Dimensions of The Holocaust
. Lectures. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University. 1977.