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Choices Under Duress of the Holocaust Benjamin Murmelstein and the Fate of Viennese Jewry Volume I: Vienna, 1938-1942

L e o n a r d H . Eh r l i c h a n d E d i t h Eh r l i c h $65.00 pb 978-1-68283-034-5 | 2019 Choices under Duress of the Holocaust is most certainly a historical work, but it is also a philosophical work, in which “duress” and “choice” are considered fully in their relevant contexts.

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Contesting Histories

German and Jewish Americans and the Legacy of the Holocaust Michael Schuldiner

$34.95 hc 978-0-89672-698-7 | 2011 Schuldiner provides readers with a longer historical context and a deeper study of the Holocaust’s reception and place in American historiography.

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Dachau 29 April 1945 The Rainbow Liberation Memoirs Ed. by Sam Dann

$24.95 pb 978-0-89672-960-5 | 2016 This book is by and about the American liberators, who have since discovered that no one who was involved in any capacity can ever be truly free of the past that was Dachau.

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East of the Storm Outrunning the Holocaust in Russia

H a n n a D av i d s o n P a n ko w s k y $21.95 pb 978-0-89672-627-7 | 2008 As recounted by Hanna, the Davidsons’ journey into the Soviet interior makes for an extraordinary story. More than a memoir of survival, their story is clearly one of a family whose spirit could not be destroyed by persecution, war, famine, or political oppression.

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The Jewish Women Prisoners of RavensbrĂźck Who Were They?

J u d i t h B u b e r A g a ss i $29.95 pb 978-0-89672-872-1 | 2014 From 1939 to 1945, more than 130,000 women from twenty-seven countries were confined in a Nazi concentration camp in northern Germany. Jewish Women Prisoners of Ravensbruck reclaims the lost identities of these victims.

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“Non-Germans” under the Third Reich

The Nazi Judicial and Administrative System in Germany… Diemut Majer

$45.00 pb 978-0-89672-837-0 | 2014 “Non-Germans” under the Third Reich traces the establishment and evolution of these laws from the beginnings of the Third Reich through the administration of annexed and occupied eastern territories during the war.

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Pillar of Fire

A Biography of Stephen S. Wise A. James Rudin

$39.95 pb 978-0-89672-910-0 | 2015 Pillar of Fire goes behind the headlines and the onceclosed archives of the White House and the State Department to reveal the complex and controversial personal relationship between Stephen S. Wise and President Franklin D. Roosevelt when millions of lives hung in the balance during the Holocaust.

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The Tailors of Tomaszow A Memoir of Polish Jews

R e n a M a r g u l i e s Ch e r n o f f a n d All a n Ch e r n o f f $24.95 pb 978-0-89672-879-0 | 2014 Seven decades after the Nazis annihilated the Jewish community of Tomaszow Mazowiecki, Poland, comes a gripping eyewitness narrative told by one of the youngest survivors of the Holocaust, as well as through first-hand accounts of other Tomaszow survivors.

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Transcending Darkness

A Girl’s Journey out of the Holocaust Es t e ll e Gl a s e r L a u g hl i n

$26.95 hc 978-0-89672-767-0 | 2012 $21.95 pb 978-0-89672-980-3 | 2017 Estelle’s memoir, published sixty-four years after her liberation from the Nazis, is a narrative of fear, hope, and resiliency. While it is a harrowing tale of destruction and loss, it is also a story of the goodness that still exists in a dark world, a testament of survival and renewal.

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Unwanted Legacies

Sharing the Burden of Post-Genocide Generations

Gottfried Wagner and Abraham J. Peck $39.95 pb 978-0-89672-835-6 | 2014 Rejecting the notion that they are either victims or perpetrators, both authors examine the “unwanted legacies� they inherited and have had to confront and overcome.

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NEW TITLES

Hanna, I Forgot to Tell You A Novel

Es t e ll e Gl a s e r L a u g hl i n $29.95 hc 978-1-68283-068-0 | JULY 2020 $9.95 ebook 978-1-68283-069-7 A beautiful and solemn story of survival, Hanna, I Forgot to Tell You counts the costs for those who made it to the other side of an impossibly dark moment of history.

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