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Click on title to read more about it and order. Deathly Still : Pictures of Concentration Camps; Dirk Reinartz, et al; Hardcover; $44.96

The Devil’s Arithmetic; Jane Yolen; Paperback; $3.59

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Virtual Tour of Auschwitz

Adobe Awards Social Change in Media for the Virtual Tour of Auschwitz: A Joint Project Between Remember.org and Auschwitz Museum

Remember.org — Founded April 1995. funded by our own non-profit and our own pockets *(including lots of time updating), we

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Holocaust Survivor Books in Education

Do you know survivors from France, who may have been saved by Adolfo Kaminsky and his work?

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Check out 4 new books to the collection, including Anne Frank: The Biography, plus Official Secrets: What the Nazis

Learn About Yad Vashem’s International Conference on Holocaust Education

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Yad Vashem’s International Conference on Holocaust Education

This conference was held October 14-17, 1996 at Yad Vashem in Israel.

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  1. We hope to have a report from

Gypsies in Auschwitz

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Gypsies in Auschwitz

“For Nazi Germany the Gypsies became a racist dilemma. The Gypsies were Aryans, but in the Nazi mind there were contradictions between what they regarded as the superiority of the Aryan race …

Gypsies in Auschwitz Part 2

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Gypsies in Auschwitz Part 2

“Gypsies were officially defined as non-Aryan by the Nuremberg laws of 1935, which also first defined Jews; both groups were forbidden to marry Germans. Gypsies were later labeled as asocials …

Homosexuals

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Homosexuals

“A few remarks are in order about the various sex relationships in concentration camps. I start out with the homosexuals since they were accorded a special category among the inmates and `merited’ a separate, …