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Visual representations of Auschwitz Concentration Camp using original wartime photographs, postwar photographs, and artistic works including those by former prisoners, supplemented with eyewitness accounts and commentaries by historians.
A unique album depicting the most tragic chapter of the history of Auschwitz — the extermination of Jews. LANGUAGE: EN, IT, PL. Product Details...
The history of Auschwitz concentration camp in documentary photographs: pictures of the construction and demolition of non-extant or partially extant buildings, photographs of the extermination of the Jews in Birkenau... LANGUAGE: EN. Product Details...
We offer our readers this album about Auschwitz Concentration Camp, which contains both archival material from the years when the camp was in operation and contemporary photographs of what is left. LANGUAGE: EN, DE, FR, IT, ESP, HU, SWE, PL. Product Details...
The album comprises a choice of photographs brought to Auschwitz by Jews, condemned by the Nazis to be exterminated. Around 2400 photographs, a unique collection, were found on the premises of the camp after its liberation. LANGUAGE: EN-DE-PL. Product Details...
An important album about Czech citizens sent to Auschwitz. It contains an historical introduction and a memorial book with all known names — of persons who were deported to the camp. LANGUAGE: EN-CZE. Product Details...
Labyrinths is a catalogue and album from an exhibition by Marian Kołodziej, a painter and prominent Polish stage designer. As prisoner no. 432, he was in the Auschwitz camp from the first day of its existence (June 14, 1940) to the last. LANGUAGE: EN-DE-P Product Details...
Grynberg picked out people at random, photographed them, and interviewed them in an effort to learn why they had come to Auschwitz and what they felt. LANGUAGE: EN-DE-PL. Product Details...
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