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Shelter from the Holocaust

Rethinking Jewish Survival in the Soviet Union

Edited by Mark Edele, Sheila Fitzpatrick, and Atina Grossmann

The first book-length study of the survival of Polish Jews in Stalin’s Soviet Union.

Paperback
Available December 2017
ISBN: 9780814342671
Hardback
Available December 2017
ISBN: 9780814344408
eBOOK
Available December 2017
ISBN: 9780814342688

American Jewry and the Holocaust

The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, 1939-1945

Yehuda Bauer

Focus on the efforts made to aid European victims of World War II by the New York-based American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee.

Paperback
Available December 2017
ISBN: 9780814343487
eBOOK
Available December 2017
ISBN: 9780814343470

The Genocidal Gaze

From German Southwest Africa to the Third Reich

Elizabeth R. Baer

Examines literature and art to reveal the German genocidal gaze in Africa and the Holocaust.

Paperback
Available November 2017
ISBN: 9780814343852
Hardback
Available November 2017
ISBN: 9780814344385
eBOOK
Available November 2017
ISBN: 9780814343869

Reconstructing the Old Country

American Jewry in the Post-Holocaust Decades

Edited by Eliyana R. Adler and Sheila E. Jelen

Interdisciplinary overview of American Jewish life post-Holocaust.

Paperback
Available November 2017
ISBN: 9780814341667
Hardback
Available November 2017
ISBN: 9780814344378
eBOOK
Available November 2017
ISBN: 9780814341674

The Seven, a Family Holocaust Story

Ellen G. Friedman

A literary memoir of exile and survival in Soviet prison camps during the Holocaust.

Paperback
Available November 2017
ISBN: 9780814344132
Hardback
Available November 2017
ISBN: 9780814344392
eBOOK
Available November 2017
ISBN: 9780814344149

Witnessing Unbound

Holocaust Representation and the Origins of Memory

Edited by Henri Lustiger Thaler and Habbo Knoch

Voices of the Holocaust and the act of memory.

Paperback
Available September 2017
ISBN: 9780814343012
eBOOK
Available September 2017
ISBN: 9780814343029

From Things Lost

Forgotten Letters and the Legacy of the Holocaust

Shirli Gilbert

An intimate history of the Holocaust that casts new light on our understanding of victimhood and survival.

Paperback
Published: May 2017
ISBN: 9780814342657
Hardback
Published: May 2017
ISBN: 9780814343982
eBOOK
Published: May 2017
ISBN: 9780814342664

Surviving the Gulag

A German Woman’s Memoir

Ilse Johansen
Edited by Heather Marshall
Translated by Hans Rudolf Gahler
Introduction by Michael Seadle

Personal narrative of a German woman surviving five years in Russian prison camps.

Paperback
Published: November 2016
ISBN: 9781772120387

The Little Third Reich on Lake Superior

A History of Canadian Internment Camp R

Ernest Robert Zimmermann, Michel S. Beaulieu & David K. Ratz, Editors

Accessible history of controversial POW camp run during World War II in northern Ontario, Canada.

Paperback
Published: September 2015
ISBN: 9780888646736
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Jewish Honor Courts

Revenge, Retribution, and Reconciliation in Europe and Israel after the Holocaust

Edited by Laura Jockusch and Gabriel N. Finder

A transnational and interdisciplinary look at Jewish trials of fellow Jews accused of collaborating with the Nazis.

Paperback
Published: June 2015
ISBN: 9780814338773
eBOOK
Published: June 2015
ISBN: 9780814338780
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Survivors and Exiles

Yiddish Culture after the Holocaust

Jan Schwarz

Studies the variety, scope, and character of Yiddish culture in different geographical centers after the Holocaust.

Hardback
Published: May 2015
ISBN: 9780814339053
eBOOK
Published: May 2015
ISBN: 9780814339060

The New Life

Jewish Students of Postwar Germany

Jeremy Varon

Investigates the Jewish Displaced Persons who studied in German universities in the U.S. Occupied Zone of Germany immediately following World War II.

Paperback
Published: June 2014
ISBN: 9780814339619
eBOOK
Published: June 2014
ISBN: 9780814339626

The Origins and Onset of the Romanian Holocaust

Henry Eaton

Explores the Romanian government's role in the initial killing operations of the Holocaust in 1941.

Paperback
Published: May 2013
ISBN: 9780814338728
eBOOK
Published: May 2013
ISBN: 9780814338568

"We Are Here"

New Approaches to Jewish Displaced Persons in Postwar Germany

Edited by Avinoam J. Patt and Michael Berkowitz

Collects groundbreaking research on displaced persons (DPs) in Europe in the period after World War II and before the establishment of Israel.

Paperback
Published: March 2010
ISBN: 9780814333501

Finding Home and Homeland

Jewish Youth and Zionism in the Aftermath of the Holocaust

Avinoam J. Patt

An inspiring examination of young survivors of the Holocaust and their role in the creation of the state of Israel.

Hardback
Published: March 2009
ISBN: 9780814334263
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Sister in Sorrow

Life Histories of Female Holocaust Survivors from Hungary

Ilana Rosen

A compassionate and insightful study of Hungarian women who lived through the Holocaust, with an appendix containing their complete stories.

Paperback
Published: March 2008
ISBN: 9780814331293
eBOOK
Published: March 2008
ISBN: 9780814338889

Inside a Gestapo Prison

The Letters of Krystyna Wituska, 1942-1944

Edited and Translated by Irene Tomaszewski

A compelling firsthand account of life behind bars in Nazi Germany, from the point of view of a young member of the Polish Underground.

Paperback
Published: May 2006
ISBN: 9780814332948
eBOOK
Published: May 2006
ISBN: 9780814338872

And Life Is Changed Forever

Holocaust Childhoods Remembered

Edited by Martin Ira Glassner and Robert Krell
Sponsored by the Holocaust Child Survivors of Connecticut

Looking at the Holocaust through the eyes of children who lived through it, this collection offers an inspiring assortment of perspectives on survival.

Paperback
Published: April 2006
ISBN: 9780814331736

Words from Abroad

Trauma and Displacement in Postwar German Jewish Writers

Katja Garloff

Examines the responses of German Jewish writers to the geographical and cultural displacement that is one of the lasting consequences of the Holocaust.

Hardback
Published: September 2005
ISBN: 9780814332450
eBOOK
Published: September 2005
ISBN: 9780814335772

Facing the Glass Booth

The Jerusalem Trial of Adolf Eichmann

Haim Gouri
Translated by Michael Swirsky
With a Foreword by Alan Mintz

A detailed historical account of Adolf Eichmann’s trial that changed attitudes toward Holocaust survivors in Israeli society.

Paperback
Published: November 2004
ISBN: 9780814330876

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