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Eyewitness To Holocaust.

By: Herzberger, Magda.

Price: $49.95

Publisher: USA, Modern Images: 1990

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 868C5355

ISBN: 0938138545

Condition: Very Good


0938138545 38 pages. Signed and inscribed by author upon first blank leaf. "An autobiographical essay consisting of prose and poetry in which the author conveys the horrors she experienced as a young girl held captive in the concentration camps during World War II... she was born in Cluj, Rumania, the capital of Transylvania." - from back cover. Clean and unmarked with very light wear. A nice copy. View more info

The East Came West

By: Huxley-Blythe, Peter J.

Price: $99.95

Publisher: Caldwell, Idaho, The Claxton Printers, Ltd.: 1968

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 73404002

Condition: Good


225 pages. "When the war in Europe ended, millions of Russian men, women and children sought sanctuary and freedom in the west. They met terror face-to-face. They were physically beaten into submission, and then shipped like cattle back to the U.S.S.R. to face Stalin's executioners or to serve long sentences in concentration camps... The author claims that this brutal appeasement... was initiated and carried out by the Allied Supreme Commander, General Dwight Eisenhower. From Survivors the author obtained the details of the Cossacks' fight for freedom from 1941 to 1945, and from them h... View more info

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Russian Unlawfulness in Ukraine: The Life of a Martyr

By: Ivan Kandyba

Price: $350.00

Publisher: Munich, Germany, Ukrainisches Institut fur Bildungspolitik: 1980

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 545H3990

ISBN: B01MS1CKO2

Condition: Good


B01MS1CKO2 Author was a Ukrainian lawyer, a founder of the Ukrainian Helsinki Group, and a long-term inmate of Russian prisons and concentration camps. He was arrested for intent to present the question concerning the secession of Ukraine from the Soviet Union in 1961. In this 40-page pamphlet he describes his ordeal after his arrest in 1961, which involved constant surveillance and tampering with his mail. He concludes by stating he would rather starve himself to death than "endure the total persecution, discrimination, cruel treatment, insult to my human dignity, and ideological and p... View more info

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Innocent at Dachau

By: Joseph Halow [Signed]

Price: $750.00

Publisher: USA, Inst for Historical Review: 1993

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 545H4030

ISBN: 0939482401

Condition: Very Good


0939482401 Signed [Joe] and inscribed by author upon front free endpaper. iv, 337 pages. Footnotes. Index. Black and white photographic plates. Halow [1927-2014] " Worked as a court reporter during the U.S. Army's courts-martial at Dachau where he witnessed some of the most gripping testimony from some of the most sensational trials of the postwar years. He soon saw the flaws and abuses of these trials: reliance upon ex post facto law and broad conspiracy theories; abuse of prisoners during interrogation; and the encouragement of perjured testimony by concentration camp survivors. Four... View more info

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Gulag: Life and Death Inside the Soviet Concentration Camps

By: Kizny, Tomasz

Price: $495.00

Publisher: Canada, Firefly Books: 2004

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 818H3083

ISBN: 1552979644

Condition: Very Good


1552979644 496 pages. Glossary. Index. Over five hundred black and white photos. A chilling historical photographic record of the Soviet Gulag and its legacy. "Kizny spent more than fifteen years researching this work by collecting eyewitness accounts from former Polish prisoners who had returned to their country after Stalin's death. The collapse of the Soviet Union allowed him to see for himself what remained of the dreaded Gulag, take photos and interview witnesses. Each chapter covers a key camp or work project and includes a detailed chronology of the camp, personal accounts of... View more info

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In fear of the barbed wire fence: Canada's first national internment operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1914-1920

By: Luciuk, Lubomyr Y

Price: $199.95

Publisher: Canada, Kashtan Press, in co-operation with the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association: 2001

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 711A2736

ISBN: 189635422X

Condition: Good


189635422X 170 pages. "Professor Luciuk relates, and the photographs - with at times an almost unbearable poignance - depict, what was a shameful and unnecessary decision made many decades ago by the Government of Canada, a decision for which neither the Government of the day, or any of its successors in office to the present day, has seen fit to apologize for." - from Foreward. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. A quality copy. View more info

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The New York Times Magazine, March 14, 1965

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: New York, The New York Times Company: 1965

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 827A4507

Condition: Good


Features: Cover photo of Senator Kirksen cross-legged; Excerpts from "Moscow Summer 1964" by Yugoslav essayist Mihajlo Mihajlov who documented the astonishing Russian outpouring of literature and songs about Stalin's concentration and work camps; Civil Right No. 1 - The Right to Vote, by Martin Luther King; The Huks bring terror to the Philippines; The Oil Can is Mightier than the Sword - Everett McKinley Dirksen - one of the real pillars of today's Senate; The U.N. of Dag Hammarskjold is Dead - Can it be reborn?; He loves things to be beautiful - I.M. Pei; On the rounds with an Afric... View more info

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Newsweek Magazine, May 28, 1945 *PRESIDENT TRUMAN - THE FIRST 40 DAYS*

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $249.95

Publisher: USA, Newsweek: 1945

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 823A4851

Condition: Good


Contents: color Parker pen ad inside front cover; interesting ad for the Curtiss Commando aircraft; Great International Harvester Truck/War Bonds ad; Pullman railcar ad with returning vets bearing swastika emblazoned souvenirs; Colour Cadillac ad; nice color ad for White Trucks - military theme; Does Truman lean left or right? - clues appear in the first 40 days; Are Japs Wanted? - article with interesting poster demanding fair play for America's Japanese; Congressional committee tours Concentration camps; Miami dogs killed after they kill Doretta Zinke; Blockade and bombs hit Japan as prelude... View more info

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Auschwitz - A Doctor's Eyewitness Account

By: Nyiszli, Dr. Miklos; Bettelheim, Bruno [Foreword]; Kremer, Tibere; Seaver, Richard [Translators]

Price: $2,500.00

Publisher: New York, Frederick Fell Inc.: 1960

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 864H4378

Condition: Good


xviii, 222 pages. Black and white photographic plates. "When the Germans invaded Hungary in 1944, they immediately shipped virtually the entire Jewish population to Auschwitz. Separated from his family, Dr. Miklos Nyiszli [1901-1956] was chosen to direct the medical pathology work carried on among the prisoners by the Nazis for the purpose of 'scientific research' in that most infamous of all concentration camps. Through the doctor's eyes, we relive not only the day-to-day horrors of life in the KZ but also witness the slow disintegration of an empire built to last a thousand years. What ... View more info

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Dangerous Patriots: Canada's Unknown Prisoners of War

By: Repka, Kathleen; Repka, William

Price: $49.95

Publisher: Canada, New Star Books: 1982

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 846H0529

ISBN: 091957307X

Condition: Good


091957307X 249 pages. "Few Canadians have ever heard of Kananaskis, but it has a primary place in any honest history of this country. It was there in 1940, in a camp designed for prisoners-of-war, that left-wing Canadians were interned without trial for two years. One of them was William Repka."- June Callwood. Gift greetings atop half-title page, otherwise unmarked with moderate wear. Minor moisture exposure to lower corner. A sound copy. View more info

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COMMANDANT OF AUSCHWITZ the Autobiography of Rudolf Hoess

By: WITH AN INTRO. BY LORD RUSSELL

Price: $99.95

Publisher: USA, THE WORLD PUB. CO.: 1959

Edition: Second Printing

Seller ID: 517H3029

ISBN: B00U8ZM1AO

Condition: Fair


B00U8ZM1AO 285 pages. Index. Black and white photographic plates. First published in Polish in 1951 under the title Wspomnienia. "Author was taken prisoner by the British, handed over to the Poles, tried, sentenced to death, and taken back to Auschwitz and there hanged." - from dust jacket (not included with this copy. Somewhat above-average wear to decorated orange cloth-covered boards. Binding intact. Relatively few library markings. A sound reading copy. Bibliographic references: Kehr & Langmaid 6069, Enser p. 113. View more info