The Holocaust Reading List

The Holocaust

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reading List For The National Socialism And The Holocaust Study Group

I have tried to include books with a broad scope and have tried to order them in a meaningful way and disperse the subjects.

Study Group Reading List

  1. The History of the Third Reich by Richard J. Evans (3 vols)
    The Coming of the Third Reich 
    The Third Reich in Power 
    The Third Reich at War 
  2. The History of Europe in the Interwar Years by Zara Steiner (2 vols)
    The Lights that Failed 
    The Triumph of the Dark 
  3. Nazi Germany and the Jews by Saul Friedlander (2 vols)
    The Years of Persecution 1933-1939

    The Years of Extermination, 1939-1945
  4. I Will Bear Witness by Victor Klemperer (2 vols)
    Volume 1: A Diary of the Nazi Years: 1933-1941 

    Volume 2: A Diary of the Nazi Years: 1942-1945
  5. Hitler: A Biography by Ian Kershaw (2 vols)
    Volume 1: Hubris
    Volume 2: Nemesis
  6. KL: A History of the Nazi Concentration Camps by Nikolaus Wachsmann
  7. Hitler’s Beneficiaries: Plunder, Racial War, and the Nazi Welfare State by Götz Aly
  8. Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin by Timothy Snyder
  9. The German War: A Nation Under Arms, 1939–1945 by Nicholas Stargardt
  10. The Jewish Enemy: Nazi Propaganda during World War II and the Holocaust by Jeffrey Herf
  11. Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany by Robert Gellately
  12. The Wages of Destruction: The Making and Breaking of the Nazi Economy by Adam Tooze
  13. The Dark Heart of Hitler’s Europe: Nazi Rule in Poland under the General Government by Martin Winstone
  14. Masters of Death: The SS-Einsatzgruppen and the Invention of the Holocaust by Richard Rhodes
  15. Marching into Darkness: The Wehrmacht and the Holocaust in Belarus by Waitman Wade Beorn
  16. Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning by Timothy Snyder
  17. The Third Reich in History and Memory by Richard J. Evans
  18. Germans into Jews: Remaking the Jewish Social Body in the Weimar Republic by Sharon Gillerman
  19. Dachau and the SS: A Schooling in Violence by Christopher Dillon
  20. Networks of Nazi Persecution: Bureaucracy, Business and the Organization of the Holocaust by Gerald D. Feldman
  21. Ravensbruck: Life and Death in Hitler’s Concentration Camp for Women by Sarah Helm
  22. Hitler’s Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields by Wendy Lower
  23. Chełmno and the Holocaust: The History of Hitler’s First Death Camp by Patrick Montague
  24. Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland by Christopher R. Browning
  25. Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka: The Operation Reinhard Death Camps by Yitzhak Arad
  26. Hitler’s Compromises: Coercion and Consensus in Nazi Germany by Nathan Stoltzfus
  27. Auschwitz: A New History by Laurence Rees
  28. Nazi Policy on the Eastern Front, 1941: Total War, Genocide, and Radicalization by Alex J. Kay, Jeff Rutherford and David Stahel
  29. Nazi Hunger Politics: A History of Food in the Third Reich by Gesine Gerhard
  30. Combat and Genocide on the Eastern Front: The German Infantry’s War, 1941-1944 by Jeff Rutherford
  31. Hitler’s Ostkrieg and the Indian Wars: Comparing Genocide and Conquest by Edward B. Westermann
  32. Hitler’s Geographies: The Spatialities of the Third Reich by Paolo Giaccaria (Editor), Claudio Minca (Editor)
  33. Holocaust City: The Making of a Jewish Ghetto by Tim Cole
  34. Holocaust Landscapes by Tim Cole
  35. Geographies of the Holocaust by Anne Kelly Knowles (Editor), Tim Cole (Editor), Alberto Giordano (Editor)
  36. The American West and the Nazi East: A Comparative and Interpretive Perspective by Carroll Kakel
  37. Between Dignity and Despair: Jewish Life in Nazi Germany by Marion A. Kaplan
  38. The Order of Terror by Wolfgang Sofsky
  39. The Nazi Party 1919-1945: A Complete History by Dietrich Orlow
  40. Jewish Forced Labor Under the Nazis: Economic Needs and Racial Aims, 1938–1944 by Wolf Gruner
  41. The Third Reich: Politics and Propaganda by David Welch
  42. Female SS Guards and Workaday Violence: The Majdanek Concentration Camp, 1942-1944 by Elissa Mailänder
  43. The Deutsche Bank and the Nazi Economic War against the Jews: The Expropriation of Jewish-Owned Property by Harold James

The Holocaust is one of the most thoroughly documented events in human history. The physical evidence, documentary evidence, eye witness accounts and the confessions of many of the perpetrators leave absolutely no doubt that it occurred and that Hitler and the Nazis intentionally and methodically were responsible for it. The Holocaust as a fact of history in which Nazis attempted the complete genocide of the Jewish people and the mass murder of millions of others. This is beyond dispute. I will not respond to information or communication that denies, excuses or disputes the Holocaust.

What we know today about the details of Holocaust is much greater than what was known in previous generations. This is due to the diligent and painful research of historians and archaeologists and access to documents and sites that became available with the fall of the German Democratic Republic. The inclusion of older books here that have some inaccuracies due to a lack of information should not be viewed as an endorsement of those inaccuracies. A diligent student should be cautious of using older books understanding the context of the time they were written.

Since the definition of terms is important and sometimes uncertain I offer the follow explanation of how I use certain terms:

  • The definition of the word “Holocaust” is a subject of serious discussion. For the purpose of this site the Holocaust is broadly defined as encompassing the victims of the Nazi euthanasia program, victims of the various Nazi and Nazi allied pogroms, the murder or attempted murder of civilians in occupied nations, political and religious opponents of the Nazis, individuals labeled by the Nazis as “life unworthy of life” or “anti-socials”, homosexuals, prisoners of war, the victims of the 1945 death marches and the genocide of the Jewish, Roma and Sinti people, regardless of the time, method or location of the murder or attempt.
  • I use the phrase “attempted genocide” not to minimize genocide, but in recognition of the survivors of genocide.
  • A more narrow definition of the Holocaust as referring solely to the Jewish genocide is widely used but I do not feel it is accurate. This is because the broader campaign of dehumanization and mass murder of individuals and groups by the Nazis created the necessary psychological and physical preparation (foundation) for the Jewish genocide. The Holocaust was an event but it is important to remember it was also a process driven by both choices and circumstances which eventually reached a climax and whose echo continues today.
  • Using the broader definition is not intended in any way to diminish or minimize the attempted Jewish genocide.
  • When specifically referencing the Jewish Holocaust I will use the term “Shoah”. When referring to the different processes of the Shoah I will use the terms “Shoah by Bullets”, “Shoah by Slave Labor” or “Shoah by Gas”. Please see Yad Vashem for additional information.
  • The term “concentration camp” is used as the generic term for the system of Nazi KL (KZ) slave labor camps, prison camps, punishment and torture centers. While brutality and murder was widespread and intentional in these camps, immediate murder was not the primary purpose of these camps. Victims here could survive for months or even years.
  • The terms “extermination camp” or “killing centers” is used to denote the Nazi facilities where the primary purpose was immediate murder, and slave-labor was a secondary purpose. Victims here would normally survive for a day or less. These are Chelmno, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Treblinka, Sobibor, Belzec, and Majdanek in occupied Poland and the Aktion T4 killing centers at Bernburg, Brandenburg, Grafeneck, Hadamar, Hartheim, and Sonnenstein.
  • The term “sub camp” is used to denote an auxiliary facility to one of the main facilities.
  • The term “transit camp” is used to denote a temporary prison camp used to house victims during transportation to a final destination.
  • The term “ghetto” is used to denote a physically or legally defined area within an urban region where specific populations were segregated usually preliminary to deportation to concentration or extermination camps.

The books in BOLD below should be considered the essential recent scholarship on the Holocaust. These books should be the first you read on the subject and these books I have placed in the order I believe they are best read.

  • The first two books by Whittock and Fritzsche provide background and an overview of the Third Reich and the Holocaust
  • Richard Evans works provides an excellent in depth study of Nazi Germany and overview of the Holocaust.
  • The works by Wachsmann and Gilbert provides an excellent study specifically of the Holocaust as an event.
  • The works by Gellately and Koonz provide a good German social history of the Holocaust.
  • The four works by Weale, Beorn, Rhodes and Delarus provide a study of the main agents of the Holocaust.
  • The final works by Longerich and Kershaw are biographies of the principle persons responsible for developing and implementing the Holocaust.

 

THE HOLOCAUST SUGGESTED READING

If you are looking for suggested reading on other aspects of World War II click visit our World War II Reading Page

For suggested reading on the Third Reich and National Socialism in general, please click here.

For suggested reading on Genocide Studies please click here

RECOMMENDED BOOKS FOR THOSE STARTING HOLOCAUST STUDY

  1. A Brief History of the Third Reich by Martyn Whittock
  2. Life and Death in the Third Reich – by Peter Fritzsche
  3. The Coming of the Third Reich – by Richard Evans
  4. The Third Reich in Power – by Richard Evans
  5. The Third Reich at War – by Richard Evans
  6. KL: A History of the Nazi Concentration Camps By Nikolaus Wachsmann
  7. The Holocaust – by Martin Gilbert
  8. Backing Hitler: Consent and Coercion in Nazi Germany by Robert Gellately
  9. The Nazi Conscience by Claudia Koonz
  10. An Army of Evil – by Adrian Weale
  11. The Gestapo – by Jacques Delarus
  12. Marching into Darkness: The Wehrmacht and the Holocaust in Belarus by Waitman Wade Beorn
  13. Masters of Death: The SS-Einsatzgruppen and the Invention of the Holocaust by Richard Rhodes
  14. Heinrich Himmler: A Life by Peter Longerich
  15. Adolf Hitler – by Ian Kershaw

GENERAL BOOKS ON THE HOLOCAUST

  1. Human Smoke – by Nicholson Baker
  2. Moral Combat: Good and Evil in World War II by Michael Burleigh
  3. Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning by Timothy Snyder
  4. A Moral Reckoning: The Role of the Church in the Holocaust and Its Unfulfilled Duty of Repair by Daniel Goldhagen
  5. Auschwitz: A New History by Laurence Rees
  6. The Gestapo: Power and Terror in the Third Reich by Carsten Dams
  7. Nazi Terror – by Eric Johnson
  8. What We Knew: Terror, Mass Murder, and Everyday Life in Nazi Germany by Eric A. Johnson
  9. Resistance: Jews and Christians Who Defied the Nazi Terror by Nechama Tec
  10. How Could This Happen: Explaining the Holocaust by Dan McMillan
  11. Why the Germans? Why the Jews?: Envy, Race Hatred, and the Prehistory of the Holocaust by Götz Aly
  12. A World Without Jews: The Nazi Imagination from Persecution to Genocide by Alon Confino
  13. The Final Solution: A Genocide by Donald Bloxham
  14. The Origins of Nazi Genocide: From Euthanasia to the Final Solution by Henry Friedlander
  15. Nazi Empire Building: The Ukrainian Holocaust – by Wendy Lower
  16. Sexual Violence against Jewish Women during the Holocaust by Sonja M. Hedgepeth (Author, Editor), Rochelle G. Saidel (Author, Editor)
  17. The Nuremberg Trial – by Ann Tulsa
  18. The Scourge of the Swastika: A History of Nazi War Crimes During World War II – By Lord Russell of Liverpool
  19. Rising ’44: The Battle for Warsaw by Norman Davies
  20. The Farhud: Roots of the Arab-Nazi Alliance in the Holocaust by Edwin Black
  21. The Polish Deportees of World War II by Tadeusz Piotrowski
  22. Odilo Globocnik, Hitler’s Man in the East by Joseph Poprzeczny
    (Please note there is some controversy about this book)
  23. Forgotten Holocaust: The Poles Under German Occupation 1939-1944 by Richard C. Lukas
  24. Warsaw 1944: Hitler, Himmler, and the Warsaw Uprising by Alexandra Richie
  25. Hitler’s Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields by Wendy Lower
  26. We Are Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust by Ellen Cassedy
  27. Hitler’s Prisons by Nikolaus Wachsmann
  28. Dachau: The Harrowing of Hell by Marcus J. Smith
  29. The Society of Terror: Inside the Dachau and Buchenwald Concentration Camps by Paul Neurath
  30. Ravensbruck: Life and Death in Hitler’s Concentration Camp for Women by Sarah Helm
  31. The Order of the Death’s Head: The Story of Hitler’s SS by Heinz Zollin Höhne and Richard Barry
  32. The Dark Heart of Hitler’s Europe: Nazi Rule in Poland under the General Government by Martin Winstone
  33. The Jewish Enemy: Nazi Propaganda during World War II and the Holocaust by Jeffrey Herf
  34. War of Annihilation: Combat and Genocide on the Eastern Front by Geoffrey P. Megargee
  35. Holy Hatred: Christianity, Antisemitism, and the Holocaust by Robert Michael
  36. Ostkrieg: Hitler’s War of Extermination in the East by Stephen G. Fritz
  37. A Century of Genocide: Utopias of Race and Nation by Eric D. Weitz
  38. Shanghai Refuge: A Memoir of the World War II Jewish Ghetto by Ernest G. Heppner
  39. Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland by Christopher R. Browning
  40. The Good Old Days: The Holocaust as Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders by Ernst Klee (Editor)
  41. Understanding the Holocaust: An Introduction by Dan Cohn-Sherbok
  42. Kristallnacht 1938 by Alan E. Steinweis
  43. Lest Innocent Blood Be Shed by Philip Paul Hallie
  44. Nazi Germany and the Jews by Saul Friedländer
  45. Refuge Denied: The St. Louis Passengers and the Holocaust by Sarah A. Ogilvie
  46. Waiting for Anya by by Michael Morpurgo
  47. The Book of the Just: The Silent Heroes Who Saved Jews from Hitler by Eric Silver
  48. There Is A Place On Earth: A Woman In Birkenau by Giuliana Tedeschi Brunelli
  49. Re-Examining the Holocaust Through Literature by Aukje Kluge
  50. Reading the Holocaust by Inga Clendinnen
  51. War Against the Weak: Eugenics and America’s Campaign to Create a Master Race by Edwin Black
  52. Nazi Nexus: America’s Corporate Connections to Hitler’s Holocaust by Edwin Black
  53. IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance Between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation by Edwin Black
  54. Henry Ford and the Jews: The Mass Production Of Hate by Neil Baldwin
  55. The American Axis: Henry Ford, Charles Lindbergh, and the Rise of the Third Reich by Max Wallace
  56. FDR and the Jews by Richard Breitman
  57. The Holocaust, the French, and the Jews by Susan Zuccotti
  58. A Conspiracy Of Decency: The Rescue Of The Danish Jews During World War II by Emmy E. Werner
  59. The Envoy: The Epic Rescue of the Last Jews of Europe in the Desperate Closing Months of World War II by Alex Kershaw
  60. The Unwritten Order: Hitler’s Role in the Final Solution by Peter Longerich
  61. Belzec, Sobibor, Treblinka: The Operation Reinhard Death Camps by Yitzhak Arad
  62. Lodz Ghetto: A History by Isaiah Trunk
  63. Chelmno and the Holocaust: The History of Hitler’s First Death Camp by Patrick Montague
  64. The Buchenwald Trilogy by Flint Whitlock
  65. Anatomy of the Auschwitz Death Camp by Yisrael Gutman
  66. Sobibor: A History of a Nazi Death Camp by Jules Schelvis
  67. The Riddle Of Babi Yar: The True Story Told by a Survivor of the Mass Murders in Kiev, 1941-1943 by Ziama Trubakov
  68. Notes from the Warsaw Ghetto by Emmanuel Ringelblum and Jacob Sloan
  69. Death and Deliverance: Euthanasia in Germany, 1900 to 1945 by Michael Burleigh
  70. The Originas of the Final Solution by Christopher Browning
  71. Disobeying Hitler: German Resistance After Valkyrie by Randall Hansen
  72. Hitler, the Germans and the Final Solution by Ian Kershaw
  73. Holocaust: The Nazi Persecution and Murder of the Jews by Peter Longerich
  74. Branded by the Pink Triangle by Ken Setterington
  75. I, Pierre Seel, Deported Homosexual: A Memoir of Nazi Terror by Pierre Seel
  76. The Pink Triangle: The Nazi War Against Homosexuals by Richard Plant
  77. Persecution and Resistance of Jehovah’s Witnesses During the Nazi Regime: 1933-1945 by Hans Hesse
  78. The Jehovah’s Witnesses and the Nazis: Persecution, Deportation, and Murder, 1933-1945 by Michel Reynaud
  79. Between Resistance and Martyrdom: Jehovah’s Witnesses in the Third Reich by Detlef Garbe
  80. The Theory and Practice of Hell: The German Concentration Camps and the System Behind Them by Eugen Kogon and Heinz Norden
  81. The Nazi Persecution of the Gypsies by Guenter Lewy
  82. Cleansing the Fatherland: Nazi Medicine and Racial Hygiene by Götz Aly, Peter Chroust, Christian Pross
  83. Inside the Gas Chambers: Eight Months in the Sonderkommando of Auschwitz by Shlomo Venezia
  84. The Butcher’s Tale: Murder and Anti-Semitism in a German Town by Helmut Walser Smith
  85. Doctors From Hell: The Horrific Account of Nazi Experiments on Humans by Vivien Spitz
  86. Eyewitness Auschwitz: Three Years in the Gas Chambers by Filip Muller
  87. Inside Nazi Germany: Conformity, Opposition, and Racism in Everyday Life by Detlev J. K. Peukert
  88. Survival In Auschwitz by Primo Levi
  89. Hitler’s Beneficiaries: Plunder, Racial War, and the Nazi Welfare State by Jefferson Chase and Götz Aly
  90. Explaining Hitler: The Search for the Origins of His Evil by Ron Rosenbaum
  91. Bystanders to the Holocaust: A Re-evaluation David Cesarani and Paul A. Levine
  92. The Final Solution: Origins and Implementation by David Cesarani
  93. Nazi Policy, Jewish Workers, German Killers by Christopher R. Browning
  94. Jewish Forced Labor Under the Nazis: Economic Needs and Racial Aims, 1938-1944 by Wolf Gruner
  95. Networks of Nazi Persecution: Bureaucracy, Business and the Organization of the Holocaust Gerald D. Feldman (Editor), Wolfgang Seibel (Editor)
  96. An Uncompromising Generation: The Nazi Leadership of the Reich Security Main Office by Michael Wildt
  97. The Order of Terror by Wolfgang Sofsky
  98. The Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide by Robert Jay Lifton
  99. Children of the Flames: Dr. Josef Mengele and the Untold Story of the Twins of Auschwitz by Lucette Matalon Lagnado and Sheila Cohn Dekel
  100. Into That Darkness: An Examination of Conscience by Gitta Sereny
  101. Albert Speer: His Battle With Truth by Gitta Sereny
  102. Hitler’s Volksgemeinschaft and the Dynamics of Racial Exclusion: Violence Against Jews in Provincial Germany by Michael Wildt and Bernard Heise
  103. The Third Reich: A New History by Michael Burleigh
  104. The Racial State: Germany 1933-1945 by Michael Burleigh and Wolfgang Wippermann
  105. The Holocaust, the French, and the Jews by Susan Zuccotti
  106. Vichy France and the Jews by Michael Marrus and Robert Paxton
  107. The Italians and the Holocaust: Persecution, Rescue, and Survival by Susan Zuccotti
  108. The Jews in Mussolini’s Italy: From Equality to Persecution by Michele Sarfatti
  109. The Jewish Enemy: Nazi Propaganda during World War II and the Holocaust by Jeffrey Herf
  110. State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda by Susan Bachrach and Steven Luckert
  111. Nazi Propaganda for the Arab World by Jeffrey Herf
  112. Nazis, Islamists, and the Making of the Modern Middle East by Barry Rubin and Wolfgang G. Schwanitz
  113. Islam and Nazi Germany’s War by David Motadel
  114. The Third Reich: Politics and Propaganda by David Welch
  115. Before Auschwitz: Jewish Prisoners in the Prewar Concentration Camps by Kim Wünschmann
  116. Female SS Guards and Workaday Violence: The Majdanek Concentration Camp, 1942-1944 by Elissa Mailänder and Patricia Szobar
  117. The Liberation of the Camps: The End of the Holocaust and Its Aftermath by Dan Stone
  118. Forgotten Trials of the Holocaust by Michael J. Bazyler and Frank M. Tuerkheimer
  119. The Holocaust and Historical Methodology by Dan Stone
  120. The Historiography of Genocide by Dan Stone
  121. The Historiography of the Holocaust by Dan Stone
  122. Responses to Nazism in Britain, 1933-1939: Before War and Holocaust by Dan Stone
  123. History, Memory and Mass Atrocity: Essays on the Holocaust and Genocide by Dan Stone
  124. The Holocaust, Fascism and Memory: Essays in the History of Ideas by Dan Stone
  125. Colonialism and Genocide by Dirk Moses
  126. An Underground Life: Memoirs of a Gay Jew in Nazi Berlin by Gad Beck and Frank Heibert
  127. Genocide in German South-West Africa: The Colonial War of 1904-1908 and Its Aftermath by Jurgen Zimmerer and Joachim Zeller
  128. The Kaiser’s Holocaust: Germany’s Forgotten Genocide and the Colonial Roots of Nazism by David Olusoga and Casper W. Erichsen
  129. Villa The Lake The Meeting: Wannsee And The Final Solution by Mark Roseman
  130. The Architect of Genocide: Himmler and the Final Solution by Richard Breitman
  131. Official Secrets: What the Nazis Planned, What the British and Americans Knew by Richard Breitman
  132. Mengele: The Complete Story by Gerald L. Posner and John Ware
  133. The Catholic Church and the Holocaust, 1930-1965 by Michael Phayer
  134. The Nazi Doctors: Medical Killing and the Psychology of Genocide by Robert Jay Lifton
  135. Racial Hygiene: Medicine Under the Nazis by Robert Proctor
  136. Doctors Under Hitler by Michael H. Kater
  137. Karl Brandt: The Nazi Doctor: Medicine and Power in the Third Reich by Ulf Schmidt
  138. Holocaust Historiography in Context: Emergence, Challenges, Polemics and Achievements by David Bankier and Dan Michman (Editors)
  139. Holocaust Representations in History: An Introduction by Daniel H. Magilow and Lisa Silverman
  140. The Historiography of Genocide by Dan Stone
  141. German Colonialism: Race, the Holocaust, and Postwar Germany by Volker Langbehn and Mohammad Salama (Editors)
  142. The Path to Genocide: Essays on Launching the Final Solution by Christopher R. Browning
  143. Remembering Survival: Inside a Nazi Slave-Labor Camp by Christopher R. Browning
  144. The Holocaust and the Germanization of Ukraine by Eric C. Steinhart
  145. The Massacre of the Jews of Lithuania by Karen Sutton
  146. Hunt for the Jews: Betrayal and Murder in German-Occupied Poland by Jan Grabowski
  147. The Holocaust in Latvia 1941-1944: The Missing Center by Andrew Ezergailis
  148. Amidst Latvians During the Holocaust by Edward Anders
  149. The ‘Final Solution’ in Riga: Exploitation and Annihilation, 1941-1944 by Andrej Angrick and Peter Klein
  150. The Unknown Black Book: The Holocaust in the German-Occupied Soviet Territories by Joshua Rubenstein and Ilya Altman (Editors)
  151. The Massacre of the Jews of Lithuania by Karen Sutton
  152. A Small Town Near Auschwitz: Ordinary Nazis and the Holocaust by Mary Fulbrook
  153. Black Earth: The Holocaust as History and Warning by Timothy Snyder
  154. Robbing the Jews: The Confiscation of Jewish Property in the Holocaust, 1933-1945 by Martin Dean
  155. Besa: Muslims Who Saved Jews WW II by Norman Gershman
  156. When Courage Was Stronger Than Fear: Remarkable Stories of Christians and Muslims Who Saved Jews from the Holocaust by Peter Hellman
  157. Between Nazis and Soviets: Occupation Politics in Poland, 1939-1947 by Marek Jan Chodakiewicz
  158. Stormtroopers (RLE Nazi Germany & Holocaust): A Social, Economic and Ideological Analysis 1929-35 by Conan Fischer
  159. Concentration Camps in Nazi Germany: The New Histories by Nikolaus Wachsmann (Editor), Jane Caplan (Editor)
  160. Stephan Bandera: The Life and Afterlife of a Ukrainian Fascist: Facism, Genocide, and Cult by Grzegorz Rossolinski-Liebe
  161. To Walk with the Devil: Slovene Collaboration and Axis Occupation, 1941-1945 by Gregor J. Kranjc