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Bibliography

Bibliography

Numerous sources on the Holocaust allow for further research to expose the horrors carried out against the Jews.

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  • Arad, Yitzhak, editor. 1990. The Pictorial History Of The Holocaust. Jerusalem: Yad Vashem.

  • Bauer, Yehuda. 1982. A History Of The Holocaust. Danbury, CT: Franklin Watts, a division of Grolier Publishing.

  • Benisch, Pearl. 1991. To Vanquish The Dragon., Jerusalem / New York: Feldheim Publishers.

  • Birnbaum, Meyer with Yonason Rosenblum. 1993. Lieutenant Birnbaum. Brooklyn, NY: ArtScroll History Series, Mesorah Publications.

  • Blech, Rabbi Benjamin. 1999. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Jewish History and Culture. New York: Alpha Books.

  • Eibeshitz, Jehoshua & Anna. 1993. Women In The Holocaust (A Collection Of Testimonies). Brooklyn, NY: Remember.

  • Eilenberg, Anna. 1992. Sisters In The Storm. Lakewood, New Jersey: CIS Publishers.

  • Eliach, Yaffa. 1982. Chassidic Tales Of The Holocaust. New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Emanuel, Yona. Dignity To Survive. Southfield, MI: Targum Press.

  • Friedenson, Joseph. 1993. Dateline: Istanbul. Brooklyn, NY: ArtScroll History Series, Mesorah Publications.

  • Friedenson, Joseph and Kranzler, David. 1984. Heroine Of Rescue. Brooklyn, New York: ArtScroll History Series, Mesorah Publications.

  • Friedman, Chaim Shlomo. 1992. Dare To Survive. Lakewood, New Jersey: CIS Publishers.

  • Fuchs, Avraham. 1984. The Unheeded Cry. Brooklyn, New York: ArtScroll History Series, Mesorah Publications.

  • Gabel, Dina. 1992. Behind The Ice Curtain. Lakewood, New Jersey: CIS Publishers.

  • Gilbert, Martin. 1993. Atlas Of The Holocaust. (revised edition) William Morrow & Co.

  • Gilbert, Martin. 1997. Holocaust Journey : Travelling in Search of the Past. Columbia University Press

  • Gilbert, Martin. 1985. The Holocaust: A History of the Jews of Europe During the Second World War. New York: Henry Holt.

  • Granatstein, Yechiel. 1978. One Jew's Power - One Jew's Glory. Jerusalem: Feldheim Publishers.

  • Halpern, Sam. 1996. Darkness and Hope. New York: Shengold Publishers, Inc.

  • Harfenes, Yechezkel. 1988. Slingshot Of Hell. Southfield, MI: Targum / Feldheim.

  • Harmatz, Joseph. From The Wings: A Long Journey 1940-1960. Essex: The Book Guild.

  • Hertzman, Elchonon Yosef, translated by Chaim Uri Lipschitz. 1981. Escape To Shanghai. Jerusalem / New York: Maznaim Press.

  • Holczler, Moshe. 1991. Late Shadows. (Abriged Version: Late Memories.) Lakewood, New Jersey: CIS Publishers.

  • Huberband, Shimon. 1987. Kiddush HaShem: Jewish Religious & Cultural Life In Poland During The Holocaust. New York: Yeshiva University Press.

  • Kacenberg, Malka. 1995. Alone In The Forest. Lakewood, New Jersey: CIS Publishers.

  • Kagan, Jack and Cohen, Dov. Surviving The Holocaust With The Russian Jewish Partisans. Valentine Mitchell Publishers.

  • Klein, R.L. 1989. The Scent Of Snowflowers. Jerusalem: Feldheim.

  • Kranzler, David. 1987. Thy Brother's Blood. Brooklyn, New York: Mesorah Publications.

  • Kranzler, David and Gevirtz, Eliezer. 1991. To Save A World. Lakewood, New Jersey: CIS Publishers.

  • Kohn, Nochum and Roiter, Howard. A Voice From The Forest. New York: Holocaust Publications.

  • Lamet, Rosalie. 1996. City Of Diamonds. Southfield, MI: Targum / Feldheim.

  • Lanzmann, Claude. 1985. SHOAH: An Oral History Of The Holocaust (The Complete Text Of The Film). New York: Pantheon Books.

  • Leitner, Yecheskel. 1987. Operation: Torah Rescue. Jerusalem: Feldheim Publishers.

  • Lieblich, Ruthka, translated by Jehoshua and Anna Eibeshitz. 1993. Ruthka - A Diary Of War. Brooklyn, NY: Remember.

  • Maltz, Moshe. 1993. Years of Horror, Glimpse of Hope. New York: Shengold Publishers.

  • Mantel, Chana. 1998. Lidingo. Jerusalem: Machon Yachdav.

  • Marcus-Banet, Chana. 1991. They Called Me Frau Anna. Lakewood, New Jersey: CIS Publishers.

  • Maza, Bernard. 1986. With Fury Poured Out (A Torah Perspective On The Holocaust). Hoboken, NJ: Ktav Publishing House.

  • Orbach, Larry and Orbach-Smith, Vivien. Soaring Underground. Andre Deutsch Publishers.

  • Oshry, Ephraim. 1983. Responsa From The Holocaust. New York: Judaica Press.

  • Pekier, Rabbi Alter. 1985. From Kletzk To Siberia (a Bochur's Wandering During the Holocaust). Brooklyn, NY: Mesorah Publications.

  • Pomerantz, Rachel. 1993. The World In Flames (A Short History Of The Holocaust). Lakewood, NJ: CIS Publishers.

  • Pomerantz, Rachel. 1992. Wings Above The Flames. Lakewood, NJ: CIS Publishers.

  • Pomeranz, Yitzchak. 1993. Itzik, Be Strong. Lakewood, New Jersey: CIS Publishers.

  • Prager, Moshe. 1974. Sparks Of Glory. Brooklyn, NY: Mesorah Publications.

  • Rosenbaum, Irving. 1976. The Holocaust and Halakhah. Hoboken, NJ: Ktav Publishers.

  • Sanik, Leibel. 1994. Someday We'll Be Free. Lakewood, NJ: CIS Publishers.

  • Schiff, Avraham Elyakim. 1994. The Five Gates. Southfield, MI: Targum / Feldheim.

  • Schwartz, Yoel and Goldstein, Yitzchak, translated by Shlomo Fox-Ashrei. 1990. Shoah: A Jewish Perspective On Tragedy In The Context Of The Holocaust. Brooklyn, NY: ArtScroll, Mesorah Publications.

  • Shapiro, Chaim. 1989. Go My Son. Jerusalem: Feldheim Publishers.

  • Sokolow, Reha and Al with Debra Galant. Defying the Tide - the true, first-person account of a Jewish woman being hunted by the Nazis, and a German woman willing to risk her life and the lives of her family to save her.

  • Teitelbaum, Eli. 1990. A Living Nightmare (Stories of Faith and Courage).

  • Topas, George. 1990. The Iron Furnace. University Press of Kentucky.

  • Unsdorfer, Simcha Bunem. 1961. The Yellow Star. Jerusalem / New York: Feldheim Publishers.

  • Wahrman, Rabbi Shlomo. 1991. Lest We Forget. Brooklyn, NY: ArtScroll History Series, Mesorah Publications.

  • Weinstock, M.D. 1988. Exodus From Hungary. New York: Bezalel Art.

  • Werdyger, Duvid. 1993. Song of Hope. Lakewood, New Jersey: CIS Publishers.

  • Wieder, Ludvik. 1984. I Promised My Mother. Princeton, NJ: Bristol, Rhein & Englander.

  • Worch, Renee. 1988. Flight. Brooklyn, New York: Mesorah Publications.

  • Worch, Renee. 1992. Survival (Inspiring Accounts Of Heroes And Heroines Of The Holocaust). Brooklyn, New York: Mesorah Publications.

  • Yahil, Leni. 1990. The Holocaust: The Fate of European Jewry. New York / Oxford. Oxford University Press.

  • Zuker, Simon, compiler, Hirschler, Gertrude, editor and translator. 1980. The Unconquerable Spirit. New York: Zachor Institute.

FICTION

  • Firer, Benzion. 1981. The Twins. Jerusalem / New York: Feldheim Publishers.

  • Lazewnik, Libby. 1991. The Search For Miri. Southfield, MI: Targum / Feldheim.

 

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Visitor Comments: 14

(14) Anonymous, February 21, 2011 7:04 PM

You left out a book

You left out a wonderful Holocaust reference book, by the name of "Heroes of Spirit" by Dovid Hoffman, from Israel Book Shop, came out in 2009.

(13) Karen, February 14, 2010 6:52 PM

appropriate ages please

I am looking for appropriate holocaust books for my young teen to read. It would be helpful if you put in some sort of guide to contents, or age appropriateness (or maturity level). Thanks

(12) Daniel Pike, July 8, 2007 10:23 AM

MISSING: a great Holocaust book!

Dear Friends,

You need to add to your list of Holocaust Books: "Through the Eyes of a Survivor", Top Cat Press, by Colette Waddell.

(11) Marlene B Samuels, March 18, 2007 11:58 PM

suggested book for bibliography

In 1997 I edited and co-authored my mother's story - published by G.P.Putnam's, then in paperback by Penguin Berkely and now in German. It was listed on the top 10 list for younger readers. It would be great to see it on the aish.com biblio. Title: THE SEAMSTRESS: A MEMOIR OF SURVIVAL. by Sara Tuvel Bernstein

(10) JorgeUbeda, December 20, 2006 1:19 PM

Missing authros in Holocaust

I´ve missed in this list four names who give each one some light about Holocaust:Primo Levi, Imre Kertesz, Hannah Arendt, Emil Fackenheim.
Thanks, Jorge (Spain)

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