Auschwitz: The Camp of Death / Oboz smierci

 
9788389571779: Auschwitz: The Camp of Death / Oboz smierci

'When did the world know about Auschwitz?' Is a frequent question - this book provides a partial answer to this controversial subject. The book "The Camp of Death" was first published December 1942 anonymously in occupied Warsaw. It was the first in-depth report on the history of the Nazi German Concentration Camp Auschwitz. The book was later published between 1943 and 1945 in eight languages. This publication is a reproduction of the original book, high quality scans - of its Polish and English versions showing what was known and the understanding at the time of the inner workings of the concentration camp. The author, Natalia Zarembina (1895-1973), journalist and writer, was the active during the Second World War in the underground resistance, the Polish Socialist Party (not Communist party), and the "Zegota" Council for Aid to Jews. She fled Poland after the War in 1946 because of the threat of arrest by Communist authorities. She returned to Poland in the late 1960s and died in Warsaw in 1973.

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Natalia Zarembina; Andrzej Krzysztof Kunert (Editor)
Published by Edipresse, Warsaw (2005)
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Book Description Edipresse, Warsaw, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Hardcover, bilingual (Polish & English), 86pp, NOT ex-library. Includes the text originally published in Warsaw in 1942 under the title 'Oboz smierci', excerpts in English originally published in New York (in the periodical 'Free World') in 1944, and a complete English translation originally published in London in 1944 under the title 'The Camp of Death' (all these versions appeared anonymously). - A tiny area of staining with scuffing in lower outer corner of first leaves and front pastedown. Else a very good interior with unmarked text and tight binding, free of readily noticeable creasing. Boards gently shelfworn, with faint marks and scratches. Published without a dust jacket. -- 'When did the world know about Auschwitz?' Is a frequent question - this book provides a partial answer to this controversial subject. The book "The Camp of Death" was first published December 1942 anonymously in occupied Warsaw. It was the first in-depth report on the history of the Nazi German Concentration Camp Auschwitz. The book was later published between 1943 and 1945 in eight languages. This publication is a reproduction of the original book, high quality scans - of its Polish and English versions showing what was known and the understanding at the time of the inner workings of the concentration camp. The author, Natalia Zarembina (1895-1973), journalist and writer, was the active during the Second World War in the underground resistance, the Polish Socialist Party (not Communist party), and the "Zegota" Council for Aid to Jews. She fled Poland after the War in 1946 because of the threat of arrest by Communist authorities. She returned to Poland in the late 1960s and died in Warsaw in 1973. Bookseller Inventory # 003176

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Zarembina, Natalia
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ISBN 10: 8389571773 ISBN 13: 9788389571779
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Book Description Edipresse 2005-01-01, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fair. 8389571773 In very good condition. Clean text. SATISF GNTD + SHIPS W/IN 24 HRS. Sorry, no APO deliveries. Ships in a padded envelope with free tracking. T13F. Bookseller Inventory # 800196167

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