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THE AUSCHWITZ - BIRKENAU KZ By MIGUEL SUAREZ
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AUSCHWITZ KZ (a travel photo book) publishes 45 color photographs on 23 pages with English explanations of the seventh NAZI killing camp erected in Poland during WW II. After you see these... More > photographs and read the text, you do not need to travel to Poland. **An emotional experience!< Less
THE REVERSE DECALOGUE My Visit to Auschwitz & Birkenau By Elizabeth Keimach
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The story of my visit to Auschwitz and Birkenau. The book is about my visit illustrated by the photos I took and supplemented by research. It is A4 size Many of the pictures I took in the museums are... More > in black and white however the others are in colour.< Less
Auschwitz şi Birkenau între trecut şi prezent By Cristinel Patrachioiu
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Auschwitz rămâne, începând de la crearea sa, în 1940, pentru întreaga omenire, mărturia vie a răului uman manifestat faţă de aproapele său.... More > Aici, acest rău a cunoscut apogeul, fiind prezent în multiple forme care merg de la dorinţa de a ucide din plăcere până la nevoia de a ucide pentru a supravieţui. Cartea de faţă tratează sistemul de construcţii din jurul actualului oraş Oswiecim dintr-un punct de vedere dual, redând atât aspectele ce alcătuiau complexul de lagăre la momentul respectiv, cât şi pe cele ce fac obiectul momentului actual.< Less
Auschwitz şi Birkenau între trecut şi prezent By Cristinel Patrachioiu
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Auschwitz rămâne, începând de la crearea sa, în 1940, pentru întreaga omenire, mărturia vie a răului uman manifestat faţă de aproapele său.... More > Aici, acest rău a cunoscut apogeul, fiind prezent în multiple forme care merg de la dorinţa de a ucide din plăcere până la nevoia de a ucide pentru a supravieţui. Cartea de faţă tratează sistemul de construcţii din jurul actualului oraş Oswiecim dintr-un punct de vedere dual, redând atât aspectele ce alcătuiau complexul de lagăre la momentul respectiv, cât şi pe cele ce fac obiectul momentului actual.< Less
Owning Auschwitz By Zypora Frank
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My friend Jad suggested this project, he initiated it. -Your story is unique- he said -'the search and the findings will be interesting not only to you and your family, but this is a story to be... More > told and written.'- He made the contact between me and the TV crew who will accompany me on this journey. They will film and record all my wanderings around the towns where my family had lived for so many generations, had their properties there, the town where I was born and spent my first years there. I am not too happy about the cameras following me all the time, I feel as if the lenses are probing into my soul, reading my inner thoughts and feelings. They tell me I shall get used to the cameras, in time I shall forget about their existence. ...Zypora Frank, an Israeli teacher, returns to Poland to find out if it’s really true, that the Auschwitz death camp was built on her family’s land.< Less
The Tourist By Nicholas Hedges
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Drawings made following a visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau, exhibited as part of the author's 'Mine the Mountain' exhibition in 2008.
The Tourist By Nicholas Hedges
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Drawings made following a visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau, exhibited as part of the author's 'Mine the Mountain' exhibition in 2008.
The Horror of My Thoughts By Nat Crosby
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The Horror of My Thoughts -A visit to Auschwitz and Birkenau- by Nat Crosby and published by Winnisimmet Press. Using photo illustrations, poetry, and history, Nat Crosby presents his reactions to... More > visiting Auschwitz. Nat’s short descriptions show the rise and fall of the most notorious Nazi death camp of the Holocaust. The photo illustrations show the graphic nature of the museum dedicated to preventing the Shoah from ever being forgotten. Like black and white, his poetry expresses the divide between the reality of the death camp and the physicality of the place. The poetry is a call to discover for oneself what should not be discovered. The history and illustrations are a reminder of the horrors that should never forgotten.< Less
So You Can Tell By Faiga Burman, Simon Wajcer
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… I am seventeen years old, huddling with my sister and her seven year old daughter, my niece Felunia, beside the rail road tracks at Maydanek. We have barely crawled out of the fetid cattle... More > car that has brought us here from the Umschlagplatz and now my sister is pushing me away, crying, begging me to leave them, to line up in the last labor unit being formed from our transport. To live while they died. Through her tears she is saying, “Do whatever you can to survive, so you can tell.” … Faiga Burman was 13 years old when the first bombs fell. She was the only one of her family to survive the bombing of Warsaw, the Warsaw Ghetto and the death camps of Maydanek and Auschwitz. When liberated from the death march she was an emaciated 19 year old. ‘So You Can Tell’ is her testament. Only a handful of people in this world have survived such cruelty and evil and were able to witness it. This is the story of a young girl in the middle of twentieth century Europe, in the vortex of history.< Less
So You Can Tell By Faiga Burman, Simon Wajcer
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… I am seventeen years old, huddling with my sister and her seven year old daughter, my niece Felunia, beside the rail road tracks at Maydanek. We have barely crawled out of the fetid cattle... More > car that has brought us here from the Umschlagplatz and now my sister is pushing me away, crying, begging me to leave them, to line up in the last labor unit being formed from our transport. To live while they died. Through her tears she is saying, “Do whatever you can to survive, so you can tell.” … Faiga Burman was 13 years old when the first bombs fell. She was the only one of her family to survive the bombing of Warsaw, the Warsaw Ghetto and the death camps of Maydanek and Auschwitz. When liberated from the death march she was an emaciated 19 year old. ‘So You Can Tell’ is her testament. Only a handful of people in this world have survived such cruelty and evil and were able to witness it. This is the story of a young girl in the middle of twentieth century Europe, in the vortex of history.< Less