History of the Camp

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  1. P. Setkiewicz. The Histories of Auschwitz IG Farben Werk Camps

    P. Setkiewicz. The Histories of Auschwitz IG Farben Werk Camps

    $13.19

    In the 1930s IG Farben was Germany's largest industrial concern and on account of its business profile it played an extremely important role in the Third Reich's preparations for war. Learn More
  2. Auschwitz-Birkenau. The past and the present

    Auschwitz-Birkenau. The past and the present

    $3.50

    The second, expanded edition of the guide conveys, in 8 language versions (PL, EN, DE, IT, FR, NOR, PT, CZ); the essential information about the history of the Nazi German concentration camp, and describes the founding and ongoing work of the Museum. Learn More
  3. Auschwitz. Nazi Death Camp

    Auschwitz. Nazi Death Camp

    $15.88

    The book is an outline history of Auschwitz concentration camp for a general readership. LANGUAGE: EN, DE, FR, IT, SWE, PL Learn More
  4. Auschwitz The Nazis & The Final Solution. Laurence Rees

    Auschwitz The Nazis & The Final Solution. Laurence Rees

    $13.46

    In his highly acclaimed bestseller 'Auschwitz', author and broadcaster Laurence Rees tells the definitive history of the most notorious Nazi institution of them all. we discover how Auschwitz evolved from a concentration camp for Polish political prisoners into the site of the largest mass murder in history - part death camp, part concentration camp, where around a million Jews were killed. Learn More
  5. Auschwitz-Birkenau. The Place Where You Are Standing...

    Auschwitz-Birkenau. The Place Where You Are Standing...

    $9.42

    A unique album depicting the most tragic chapter of the history of Auschwitz — the extermination of Jews. Learn More
  6. Auschwitz from A to Z. An Illustrated History of the Camp

    Auschwitz from A to Z. An Illustrated History of the Camp

    $14.81

    More than 300 concise articles, in alphabetical order, covering topics in the history of the largest Nazi German concentration camp and extermination center, Auschwitz. Photographs, archival documents, and reproductions of art works by prisoner eyewitnesses supplement and enrich the text. Learn More

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