I was looking up the 2021 date for the Holocaust Remembrance Day (April 8) and discovered another day of remembrance. " Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD), established in 2000, is marked each year on 27th January – the anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi concentration and death camp Auschwitz-Birkenau." The theme this year is ‘Be the Light in the Darkness’, a pretty good reminder in this time of pandemic.
- Auschwitz: A New History by Laurence Rees
In Auschwitz, Laurence Rees reveals new insights from more than 100 original interviews with Auschwitz survivors and Nazi perpetrators who speak on the record for the first time.
- Auschwitz: Not Long Ago. Not Far Away by R. J. van Pelt, Luis Ferreiro, Miriam Greenbaum
The exhibition Auschwitz: Not Long Ago. Not Far Away. uses 600 original objects, 400 images, and 10 stories to provide a comprehensive history of Auschwitz concentration camp and the role it played in the Holocaust.
- Auschwitz: A History in Photographs by Teresa Świebocka, Jonathan Webber, Connie Wilsack
There are 290 black-and-white photographs and 20 color photos from the years during the operation of the concentration camp (the largest extermination center for European Jews) and from the period immediately following the camp's liberation in 1945.
- Auschwitz: A Doctor's Eyewitness Account by Miklós. Nyiszli
Auschwitz was one of the first books to bring the full horror of the Nazi death camps to the American public; this is, as the New York Review of Books said, "the best brief account of the Auschwitz experience available.
- The Boy who Followed His Father Into Auschwitz: A True Story of Family and Survival by Jeremy Dronfield
When Gustav was set to be transferred to Auschwitz--a certain death sentence--Fritz refused to leave his side. Throughout the horrors they witnessed and the suffering they endured, there was one constant that kept them alive: the love between father and son.
- Franci's War: A woman's Story of Survival by Franci Epstein
The engrossing memoir of a spirited and glamorous young fashion designer who survived World War ll, with an afterword by her daughter, Helen Epstein.
- Mengele: Unmasking the "Angel of Death" by David G. Marwell
A gripping account of the infamous Nazi doctor, from a former Justice Department official tasked with uncovering his fate.
- 999: The Extraordinary Young Women of the First Official Transport to Auschwitz by Heather Dune Macadam
Believing they were going to work in a factory for a few months, they were eager to report for government service. Instead, the young women--many of them teenagers--were sent to Auschwitz.