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This page contains an assortment of sources related to Nazism and the Holocaust that were not placed into a specific category. These resources are still valuable primary sources like the sources that were categorized.
Assorted Sources related to Nazi Germany
Hitler's Exiles: Personal Stories of the Flight from Nazi Germany to America by Anderson, Mark M. (Editor)
Publication Date: 2000-05-01
From forgotten archives and obscure published sources, Hitler's Exiles brings to life the unknown voices of that harrowing time by focusing on the ordinary people who underwent a most extraordinary voyage. Also included are little-known writings by such major figures as Thomas Mann, Hannah Arendt, and Bertolt Brecht.
Showing Our Colors: Afro-German Women Speak Out by Opitz (Ayim), May (Editor); Katharina Oguntoye (Editor); Dagmar Schultz (Editor)
Publication Date: 1991-12-04
This is an English translation of the German book Farbe bekennen edited by author May Ayim, Katharina Oguntoye, and Dagmar Schultz. It is the first published book by Afro-Germans. It is the first written use of the term Afro-German.
A Soldier of the Reich: an Autobiography by Beetz, Günter Horst
Publication Date: 2019-07-26
This is an account by an ordinary man caught up in war. He wasn't a Nazi, just someone who was called up to fight for his country, like so many others.
Belgion, Montgomery. Victors’ Justice; a Letter Intended to Have Been Sent to a Friend Recently in Germany. Hinsdale, Ill: Regnery Co., 1949.
Ebenstein, William. The Nazi State. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, incorporated, 1944.
The Dual State: a Contribution to the Theory of Dictatorship by Fraenkel, Ernst; E. A. Shils (Translator); Edith Lowenstein (Translator); Klaus Knorr (Translator)
Publication Date: 2010-08-01
Reprint. Originally published: New York: Oxford university press, 1941.
In the Shadow of the Reich by Frank, Niklas
Publication Date: 1991-08-27
Gangulee, Nagendranath. The Mind and Face of Nazi Germany / an Anthology Selected and Edited by N. Gangulle, with a Foreward by Edward Beneš. London: J. Murray, 1942.
My German Question: Growing up in Nazi Berlin by Gay, Peter
Publication Date: 1999-11-10
In this poignant book, a renowned historian tells of his youth as an assimilated, anti-religious Jew in Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1939.
The Brown Plague: Travels in Late Weimar & Early Nazi Germany by Guérin, Daniel; Robert Schwartzwald (Introduction by, Translator)
Publication Date: 1994-07-29
In 1932 and 1933, during the months surrounding the Nazi seizure of power, Daniel Guérin, then a young French journalist, made two trips through Germany. The Brown Plague, translated here into English for the first time, is Guérin's eyewitness account of the fall of the Weimar Republic and the first months of the Third Reich. Originally written for the popular French left press and then revised by the author into book form, The Brown Plague delivers a passionate warning to French workers about the terror and horror of fascism.
Invisible Walls: a German Family Under the Nuremberg Laws by Hecht, Ingeborg; J. Maxwell Brownjohn (Translator)
Publication Date: 1985-10-01
The Language of the Third Reich: LTI, Lingua Tertii Imperii: a Philologist’s Notebook by Klemperer, Victor
Publication Date: 2006-07-01
Victor Klemperer (1881-1960) was Professor of French Literature at Dresden University. As a Jew, he was removed from his university post in 1935, only surviving thanks to his marriage to an Aryan. First published in 1957, The Language of the Third Reich arose from Klemperer's conviction that the language of the Third Reich helped to create its culture. As Klemperer writes: 'It isn't only Nazi actions that have to vanish, but also the Nazi cast of mind, the typical Nazi way of thinking, and its breeding ground: the language of Nazism.'
I Will Bear Witness: a Diary of the Nazi Years by Klemperer, Victor; Martin Chalmers (Introduction by)
Publication Date: 1999-11-15
The publication of Victor Klemperer's secret diaries brings to light one of the most extraordinary documents of the Nazi period. A Dresden Jew, a veteran of World War I, a man of letters and historian of great sophistication, Klemperer recognized the danger of Hitler as early as 1933. His diaries, written in secrecy, provide a vivid account of everyday life in Hitler's Germany.
Forever in the Shadow of Hitler?: Original Documents of the Historikerstreit, the Controversy Concerning the Singularity of the Holocaust by Knowlton, James (Translator); Truett Cates (Translator)
Publication Date: 1993-02-01
This work offers an English translation of primary documents that contributed to a debate in Germany in 1987 before the General Election in the Federal Republic on the need to reassess the historical interpretation of the Holocaust and the legacy of the Third Reich.
Král, Václav. Lesson from History, Documents Concerning Nazi Policies for Germanisation and Extermination in Czechoslovakia. Compiled with Introd. and Notes, by Václav Král. Documents Assembled by Karel Fremund and Václav Král. [Translated by P. Eisler and K. Rotter]. Prague: Orbis, 1961.
Lips, Eva, and Caroline Newton. Savage Symphony; a Personal Record of the Third Reich / by Eva Lips, Translated from the German by Caroline Newton, with an Introduction by Dorothy Thompson. New York: Random house, 1938.
The Naked Years: Growing up in Nazi Germany by MacKinnon, Marianne
Publication Date: 1991-01-01
Destined to Witness: Growing up Black in Nazi Germany by Massaquoi, Hans
Publication Date: 2001-02-06
This is a story of the unexpected. In Destined to Witness, Hans Massaquoi has crafted a beautifully rendered memoir – an astonishing true tale of how he came of age as a black child in Nazi Germany. The son of a prominent African and a German nurse, Hans remained behind with his mother when Hitler came to power, due to concerns about his fragile health, after his father returned to Liberia. Like other German boys, Hans went to school; like other German boys, he swiftly fell under the Fuhrer's spell. So he was crushed to learn that, as a black child, he was ineligible for the Hitler Youth. His path to a secondary education and an eventual profession was blocked. He now lived in fear that, at any moment, he might hear the Gestapo banging on the door – or Allied bombs falling on his home.
Metternich, Tatiana. Purgatory of Fools : a Memoir of the Aristocrats’ War in Nazi Germany. New York: Quadrangle/New York Times Book Co., 1977.
Black German: an Afro-German Life in the Twentieth Century by Michael, Theodor; Eve Rosenhaft (Translator)
Publication Date: 2017-03-13
This is the first English translation of an important document in the history of the black presence in Germany and Europe: the autobiography of Theodor Michael. Theodor Michael is the last surviving member of the first generation of "Afro-Germans": Born in Germany in 1925 to a Cameroonian father and a German mother, he grew up in Berlin in the last days of the Weimar Republic. As a child and teenager he worked in circuses and films and experienced the tightening knot of racial discrimination under the Nazis in the years before the Second World War. He survived the war as a forced labourer, founding a family and making a career as a journalist and actor in post-war West Germany.
The Nazi State and German Society: a Brief History with Documents by Moeller, Robert G.
Publication Date: 2009-08-21
Explaining the factors that led millions of ordinary Germans to sacrifice individual rights in the interest of collective goals and national security, Nazi State and German Society explores the most infamous totalitarian regime of the twentieth century.
Moore, Stephen. Six Anti-Nazi One Act Plays / Edited by Stephen Moore. New York: Contemporary play publications, 1939.
Murphy, Raymond E., Francis Bowden Stevens, Howard. Trivers, and Joseph Morgan Roland. National Socialism; Basic Principles, Their Application by the Nazi Party’s Foreign Organization, and the Use of Germans Abroad for Nazi Aims. Prepared in the Special Unit of the Division of European Affairs by Raymond E. Murphy, Francis B. Stevens, Howard Trivers [and] Joseph M. Roland. Washington: U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1943.
Newman, Bernard. The Captured Archives; the Story of the Nazi-Soviet Documents. London: Latimer House, 1948.
Documents on Nazism, 1919-1945 by Noakes, Jeremy; Geoffrey Pridham
Publication Date: 1975-03-21
Soaring Underground: a Young Fugitive's Life in Nazi Berlin by Orbach, Larry; Vivien O. Smith; Compass Press Staff
Publication Date: 1996-02-01
"Now in book form, this is the intensely moving first-person account of "the Auschwitz Memoirist's extraordinary manuscript" described in Philip Roth's Patrimony: A True Story." "This is the true story of a young man born at the wrong time in the wrong place. Lothar Orbach's family proudly traces its German heritage back to the fifteenth century, but that is no help to a Jewish boy coming of age in Hitler's Berlin.
The Nazi Years: a Documentary History by Remak, Joachim
Publication Date: 1990-08-01
The ideology of National Socialism is described by way of documents written by people who lived during the period when the Nazis were in power.
Memoirs of a Wartime Interpreter: from the Battle for Moscow to Hitler's Bunker by Rzhevskaya, Elena
Publication Date: 2018-07-12
On May 2,1945, Red Army soldiers broke into Hitler's bunker. Rzhevskaya, a young military interpreter, was with them. Almost accidentally the Soviet military found the charred remains of Hitler and Eva Braun. They also found key documents: Bormann's notes, the diaries of Goebbels and letters of Magda Goebbels. Rzhevskaya was entrusted with the proof of the Hitler's death: his teeth wrenched from his corpse by a pathologist hours earlier. The book includes her diary material and later additions, including conversations with Zhukov, letters of pathologist Shkaravsky, who led the autopsy, and a new Preface written by Rzhevskaya for the English language edition. Rzhevskaya writes about the key historical events and everyday life in her own inimitable style. She talks in depth of human suffering, of bittersweet victory, of an author's responsibility, of strange laws of memory and unresolved feeling of guilt.
At the Heart of the White Rose: Letters and Diaries of Hans and Sophie Scholl by Scholl, Hans; Sophie Scholl; Inge Jens (Editor); J. Maxwell Brownjohn (Translator)
Publication Date: 2017-05-09
Personal letters and diaries provide an intimate view into the hearts and minds of a brother and sister who became martyrs in the anti-Nazi resistance during World War II. Idealistic, serious, and sensible, Hans and Sophie Scholl joined the Hitler Youth with youthful and romantic enthusiasm. But as Hitler's grip throttled Germany and Nazi atrocities mounted, Hans and Sophie emerged from their adolescence with the conviction that at all costs they must raise their voices against the murderous Nazi regime. As their letters and diaries reveal, the Scholls were not primarily motivated by political beliefs, but rather came to their convictions through personal spiritual search that eventually led them to sacrifice their lives for what they believed was right.
Days of Masquerade: Life Stories of Lesbians During the Third Recih by Schoppman, Claudia; Allison Brown (Translator); Claudia Schoppmann
Publication Date: 1996-08-22
Through a series of interviews Schoppmann presents the life stories of ten lesbians who lived through the Nazi era. This book is a bold reminder of the "forgotten victims" of the Third Reich.
Schuman, Frederick L. The Nazi Dictatorship; a Study in Social Pathology and the Politics of Fascism. New York: Knopf, 1935.
Inside the Third Reich: Memoirs by Albert Speer by Speer, Albert
Publication Date: 1997-04-01
Speer, the Minister of Armaments and War Production under Hitler, the man who had kept Germany armed and the war machine running even after Hitler's mystique had faded, takes a brutally honest look at his role in the war effort, giving readers a complete view of the inside of the Nazi state.
Spitzy, Reinhard. How We Squandered the Reich; Translated from the German by G.T. Waddington. Wilby, Norfolk: Michael Russell, 1997.
Tempel, Gudrun. The Germans: An Indictment of My People; a Personal History & a Challenge. Translated from the German by Sophie Wilkins. With an Introd. by Kay Boyle. New York: Random House, 1963.
The Nazi Conspiracy in Spain / by the Editor of The Brown Book of the Hitler Terror. Translated from the German Manuscript by Emile Burns. London: V.Golancz, 1937.
Tomi: a Childhood Under the Nazis by Ungerer, Tomi
Publication Date: 1998-11-01
Tomi Ungerer grew up in Strasbourg, and led an idyllic childhood until the arrival of the Nazis in 1940. They renamed him Hans, forced him into the Hitler Youth, and for the next five years his life was consumed by Nazi doctrine. Now they are the basis for this visual memoir which describes the Nazi phenomenon up close from a child's innocent but discerning perspective.
Ziemer, Gregor. Education for Death, the Making of the Nazi. London: Oxford University Press, 1941.
Assorted Sources on the Holocaust
Documents on the Holocaust: Selected Sources on the Destruction of the Jews of Germany and Austria, Poland, and the Soviet Union by Arad, Yitzhak (Editor); Yisrael Gutman (Editor); Avraham Margaliot (Editor)
Publication Date: 2000-01-01
The Holocaust: an Encyclopedia and Document Collection by Bartrop, Paul R.; Michael Dickerman
Publication Date: 2017-09-15
This four-volume set provides reference entries, primary documents, and personal accounts from individuals who lived through the Holocaust that allow readers to better understand the cultural, political, and economic motivations that spurred the Final Solution.
Last Letters of Resistance: Farewells from the Bonhoeffer Family by Bethge, Eberhard (Editor); Renate Bethge (Editor); Dennis Slabaugh (Translator)
Publication Date: 1986-07-01
The Holocaust: Essays and Documents by Braham, Randolph L. (Editor); Wolfgang Benz; Arthur Hertzberg
Publication Date: 2010-02-12
This volume reprints two historically crucial documents relating to the so-called Hungarian Gold Train, a freight train that, in 1944, carried stolen or confiscated Jewish valuables from Hungary. Nonhistorical essays concern autobiographical narratives in which survivors and their descendents reflect on the return to former shtetls in East Central Europe and the attitudes of victims toward the perpetrators of Holocaust crimes.
Images from the Holocaust: a Literature Anthology by Brown, Jean E.; Elaine Stephens; Janet Rubin
Publication Date: 1996-02-09
Selecting literature to convey the essence of the Holocaust is difficult because there was no standard Holocaust experience. This title includes fiction (both short stories and excepts from novels), poetry, historical accounts, biographical sketches, and drama.
A Holocaust Reader by Dawidowicz, Lucy (Editor, Introduction by, Notes by)
Nazi Laws and Jewish Lives: Letters from Vienna by Kurzweil, Edith
Publication Date: 2014-01-30
Although the period leading up to the Nazi genocide of Europe's Jews has been well recorded, few sources convey the incremental effect of specific decrees aimed to dehumanize Jews caught in Hitler's net. To illustrate how these decrees transformed their everyday lives, Edith Kurzweil has translated and edited a collection of letters written by and exchanged between her grandmother, Malvine Fischer, and mother, Mimi Weisz.
The Persistence of Youth: Oral Testimonies of the Holocaust by Fisher, Josey G. (Editor)
Publication Date: 1991-10-30
This volume is a collection of fifteen first-person accounts of growing up during the Nazi era. The selections cover a broad range of personalities and circumstances. Included are testimonies from the daughter of an anti-Nazi German family, the son of a mixed marriage in Germany threatened with deportation, a German Gypsy who witnessed Mengele's experiments, a Polish Jewish girl saved by her teacher, a Prague teenager escaping to Denmark and Sweden, a Polish Jewish youth in communist Siberia, a partisan, an eleven-year-old in Auschwitz, a young Yiddish actress exiled to Tashkent, and a Polish Catholic child deported to work camps.
The Diary of a Young Girl by Frank, Anne; B. M. Mooyaart (Translator); Eleanor Roosevelt (Introduction by)
Publication Date: 1993-06-01
Discovered in the attic in which she spent the last years of her life, Anne Frank's remarkable diary has become a world classic–a powerful reminder of the horrors of war and an eloquent testament to the human spirit. In her diary Anne Frank recorded vivid impressions of her experiences during this period. By turns thoughtful, moving, and surprisingly humorous, her account offers a fascinating commentary on human courage and frailty and a compelling self-portrait of a sensitive and spirited young woman whose promise was tragically cut short.
The Coldest Winter: the Holocaust Memoirs of Rabbi Samuel Freilich by Freilich, Samuel
Publication Date: 1989-09-01
Out of the Whirlwind: a Reader of Holocaust Literature by Friedlander, Albert H. (Editor)
Publication Date: 1968-01-13
Anthology of Holocaust Literature by Glatstein, Jacob, Israel Knox and Samuel Margoshes.
Publication Date: 1973-01-01
Witness: Voices from the Holocaust by Greene, Joshua M. (Editor); Shiva Kumar (Editor); Lawrence L. Langer (Foreword by)
Publication Date: 2001-04-03
In Witness: Voices from the Holocaust, Joshua M. Greene and Shiva Kumar weave a single and compelling narrative from the first-person accounts of twenty-seven witnesses, including camp survivors, American military personnel, a member of the Hitler Youth, a Jesuit priest, and resistance fighters. The vivid and detailed memories of these witnesses testify to the continuing impact of this human catastrophe, and their impassioned words lend immediacy to events that resonate to this day.
Messengers from the Dead: Literature of the Holocaust by Halperin, Irving
Publication Date: 1970-01-01
Children in the Holocaust and World War II: Their Secret Diaries by Holliday, Laurel
Publication Date: 1996-06-01
Children in the Holocaust and World War II is an extraordinary, unprecedented anthology of diaries written by children all across Nazi-occupied Europe and in England. Twenty-three young people, ages ten through eighteen, recount in vivid detail the horrors they lived through.
Witnessing the Holocaust: Six Literary Testimonies by Hughes, Judith M.
Publication Date: 2018-07-12
Witnessing the Holocaust presents the autobiographical writings, including diaries and autobiographical fiction, of six Holocaust survivors who lived through and chronicled the Nazi genocide. Drawing extensively on the works of Victor Klemperer, Ruth Kluger, Michal Glowinski, Primo Levi, Imre Kertesz and Bela Zsolt, this books conveys, with vivid detail, the persecution of the Jews from the beginning of the Third Reich until its very end.
Let Him Go : a Danish Child in Ravensbrück and Theresienstadt by Katznelson, Ib
Publication Date: 2019-05-16
"Sold, 21 Jews to the Gestapo for 600 kr." That was the headline on the front page of EkstraBladet in 1945. The article was about two informers who had informed the Gestapo that a Jewish escape to Sweden would take place from the Chemical Factory at Amager Strandvej. Those Jews included two-year-old Ib Katznelson and his family. Katznelson is the first to thoroughly analyze what happened at the Chemical Factory. Ib relates his mother's and father's stories, along with those of others in the camp by means of testimonies, letters, and historical documentation.
Babi Yar: a Documentary Novel by Kuznetsov, Anatoli; David Floyd (Translator);
Publication Date: 1970-01-01
Anatoly Kuznetsov was a twelve-year-old living in Kiev, Ukraine, when the Germans occupied the city in 1941. At fourteen, Kuznetsov began writing about what he had seen, later supplementing his manuscript with survivor and eyewitness testimony, supporting documents, and the efforts of the Soviet government to conceal any trace of the atrocities perpetrated at Babi Yar. The serialized book was published in the USSR only after extensive censorship, but Kuznetsov converted the original full text to film and smuggled it out of Russia when he defected.
Diary of a Witness, 1940-1943 by Lambert, Raymond-Raoul; Richard Cohen (Introduction by); Isabel Best (Translator)
Publication Date: 2007-10-15
For years, the Diary of Raymond-Raoul Lambert has been among the most important untranslated records of the experience of the Jews of France in the Holocaust. It covers three years of the war, terminating on the day before Lambert's arrest in August 1943 and his shipment to Draney. Four months later he and his wife and their four children were deported to Auschwitz, where they all perished.
The History of the Holocaust: a Chronology of Quotations by Langer, Howard J. (Editor)
Publication Date: 1997-03-01
This is a book of quotations about the Holocaust. In this collection - spanning from early anti-Semitic teachings to post-Holocaust observations, and arranged chronologically - Howard Langer attempts to untangle the complexities of the Holocaust through the words of its perpetrators, victims, survivors, rescuers, and diplomats.
Art from the Ashes: a Holocaust Anthology by Langer, Lawrence L.
Publication Date: 1995-08-10
Through the works of men and women, Jews and non-Jews, this anthology offers a vision of the human reality of the catastrophe. Essays by familiarwriters like Primo Levi and Elie Wiesel accompany lesser-known efforts by Yankiel Wiernik and Frantisek Kraus; stories by Tadeusz Borowski and Ida Fink join fiction by neglected authors such as Isaiah Spiegel and Adolf Rudnicki; and extensive selections have been chosen from the works of six poets--the renowned Paul Celan, Nelly Sachs, and Abraham Sutzkever among them.
Witnesses to the Holocaust: an Oral History by Lewin, Rhonda G.
Publication Date: 1991-07-15
The Holocaust: Selected Documents in Eighteen Volumes by Mendelsohn, John; Donald S. Detwiler
Publication Date: 2009-12-01
Each volume is composed of facsimiles of essential records of the Holocaust, in most of its aspects from 1933 to 1945, arranged both topically and chronologically. The set contains over 330 documents in over 5,200 pages.
How It Happened: Documenting the Tragedy of the Hungarian Jewry by Munkácsi, Erno; Nina Munk (Editor); Péter Balikó Lengyel (Translator); Ferenc Laczó (Introduction by)
Publication Date: 2018-10-29
A gripping first-hand account of the devastating "last chapter" of the Holocaust, written by a privileged eyewitness, the secretary of the Hungarian Judenrat, and a member of Budapest's Jewish elite, How It Happened is a unique testament to the senseless brutality that, in a matter of months, decimated what was Europe's largest and last-surviving Jewish community.
Rosen, Czerner. Oral History Interview with Alfred Czerner, January 16, 1990. University of North Texas, 1990.
Rosen, Czerner. Oral History Interview with Inga Czerner, January 4, 1990. University of North Texas, 1990.
Rosen, Eschmann. Oral History Interview with Roy Eschmann, February 23, 1989. University of North Texas, 1989.
Rosen, Friedmann Altman. Oral History Interviews with Brigitte Friedmann Altman, December, 1989. University of North Texas, 1989.
Rosen, Glauben. Oral History Interviews with Max Glauben, January 1990. University of North Texas, 1990.
Rosen, Jacobs. Oral History Interview with Mike Jacobs, November 26, 1989. University of North Texas, 1989.
Rosen, Molner. Oral History Interviews with Edith Molner, February 1990. University of North Texas, 1990.
Rosen, Pataki. Oral History Interview with John Pataki, July 21, 1990. University of North Texas, 1990.
Rosen, Pennock. Oral History Interview with Inga Pennock, January 27, 1990. University of North Texas, 1990.
Rosen, Price. Oral History Interview with Lore Price, December 3, 1989. University of North Texas, 1989.
Rosen, Rubinstein-Green. Oral History Interview with Hilda Rubinstein-Green, January 2, 1990. University of North Texas, 1990.
Rosen, Schiff. Oral History Interview with William P. Schiff, January 12, 1990. University of North Texas, 1990.
Survival: the Story of a Sixteen-Year-Old Jewish Boy by Rosengarten, Israel J. (Translator)
Publication Date: 2000-01-01
The personal story of a teenage boy in the concentration camps of the Holocaust. It begins with his deportation in 1942 to the Belgium concentration camp of Breendonk at the age of 16 and follows his movements through a series of camps until 1945, concluding with the Auschwitz death march and his return to Belgium.
The Kishinev Ghetto, 1941-1942 by Shapiro, Paul A.; Radu Ioanid (Contribution by); Brewster Chamberlin (Contribution by); Angela Jianu (Translator)
Publication Date: 2015-09-15
The Kishinev Ghetto, 1941-1942 offers a wealth of primary sources and insightful commentary about the little-known slaughter of Jewish residents of Kishinev (Chisinau) under the military occupation by Romania under Marshal Ion Antonescu, a Hitler ally.
Renia's Diary by Spiegel, Renia; Elizabeth Bellak (Contribution by); Sarah Durand (Contribution by); Deborah Lipstadt (Introduction by)
Publication Date: 2019-09-24
The long-hidden diary of a young Polish woman's life during the Holocaust, translated for the first time into English. Renia Spiegel was born in 1924 to an upper-middle class Jewish family living in southeastern Poland, near what was at that time the border with Romania. At the start of 1939 Renia began a diary. "I just want a friend. I want somebody to talk to about my everyday worries and joys. Somebody who would feel what I feel, who would believe me, who would never reveal my secrets. A human being can never be such a friend and that's why I have decided to look for a confidant in the form of a diary."
Over the Green Hill: a German Jewish Memoir, 1913-1943 by Strauss, Lotte
Publication Date: 1999-01-01
Originally published in Germany in 1997, Lotte Strauss's Over the Green Hill: Personal Memoir, Germany 1913-43, was begun in 1975 as a letter to her daughter. It took twenty years to write the complete story, and by then, was no longer a letter, but a book.
Writing in Witness: a Holocaust Reader by Sundquist, Eric J. (Editor)
Publication Date: 2018-07-01
The Black Book : the Nazi Crime Against the Jewish People. New York: The Jewish Black Book Committee, 1946.
The Jews in Nazi Germany; the Factual Record of Their Persecution by the National Socialists. New York: American Jewish committee, 1933.
The Rescue of Stricken Jews in a World at War; a Report on the Work and Plans of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, as Contained in Addresses Delivered at Its Twenty-Ninth Annual Meeting, December 4th and 5th, 1943. New York, N.Y: The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, 1944.
Weinstein, Frida Scheps. A Hidden Childhood, 1942-1945. Translated by Barbara Loeb Kennedy. New York: Hill and Wang, 1985.
Salvaged Pages: Young Writers' Diaries of the Holocaust by Zapruder, Alexandra
Publication Date: 2002-03-11
This collection of diaries, written by young people during the Holocaust, reflects a vast and diverse range of experiences - some of the writers were refugees, others were hiding or passing as non-Jews, and some were imprisoned in ghettos. The volume contains extensive excerpts from 15 diaries, ten of which have never before been translated and published in English. The diarists ranged in age from 12 to 22; some survived the Holocaust, but most perished.