Natalia Zarembina. Auschwitz. The Camp of Death

Natalia Zarembina. Auschwitz. The Camp of Death

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The book "The Camp of Death" was first published anonymously in occupied Warsaw in December 1942. It was the first documentary report on the early history (up the beginning of 1942) of the German concentration camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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Moreover, "The Camp of Death" was the first documentary book on Auschwitz published in eight languages in the free world in 1943-1945. This edition is the first publication of Natalia Zaremniba's book in the last sixty years.

Natalia Zarembina nee Lipszyc "Wita Marcinowska" (1895-1973), journalist and writer, wife of Zygmunt Zaremba, leading activist of the Polish Socialist Party. During World War II, active in the underground, in the Polish Socialist Party and the "Żegota" Council for Aid to Jews. She left her country for political reasons in 1946. Three years after her husband's death (he died 1967 in France), she returnded to Poland. Died in Warsaw in 1973.

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Title Auschwitz. The Camp of Death
Author Zarembina Natalia
Publisher No
ISBN 83-89571-77-3
Year No
Cover No
Inne języki No
Width 17 cm
Height 24 xm
Additional Informations Publisher: Edipresse Książki, Warsaw 2005
Editor: Andrzej Krzysztof Kunert
Translation into English by: Barbara Gadomska
86 p., in hardback

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