the mass murder or genocide of approximately six million Jews during World War II.

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Code Name Verity (Code Name Verity, #1)
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The Invisible Bridge
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  • A Rage to Live by Victor Breitburg
    A Rage to Live: Surviving the Holocaust So Hitler Would Not Win
    Release date: Jan 01, 2014
    The story of Victor Breitburg, who was one of the Boys that Sir Martin Gilbert wrote about in his book The Boys. Victor was a survivor of the Lodz Ghe…more View Details »
    Giveaway dates: Oct 01 - Oct 31, 2014
    4 copies available, 192 people requesting
    Countries available: US
  • A Fifty-Year Silence by Miranda Richmond Mouillot
    A Fifty-Year Silence: Love, War, and a Ruined House in France
    Release date: Jan 20, 2015
    A young woman moves across an ocean to uncover the truth about her grandparents' mysterious estrangement and pieces together the extraordinary story o…more View Details »
    Giveaway dates: Sep 22 - Nov 04, 2014
    20 copies available, 377 people requesting
    Countries available: US
  • My Battle Against Hitler by Dietrich von Hildebrand
    My Battle Against Hitler: Faith, Truth, and Defiance in the Shadow of the Third Reich
    Release date: Oct 21, 2014
    One of the great overlooked dramas of the Nazi period! A gripping story of one man’s readiness to risk everything to follow his conscience and stand i…more View Details »
    Giveaway dates: Sep 27 - Nov 11, 2014
    10 copies available, 375 people requesting
    Countries available: US
  • Night (The Night Trilogy, #1)
    The Diary of a Young Girl
    The Book Thief
    Number the Stars
    The Boy in the Striped Pajamas
    Sarah's Key
    Maus, I: A Survivor's Tale: My Father Bleeds History (Maus, #1)
    Schindler's List
    Maus, II: And Here My Troubles Began (Maus, #2)
    The Hiding Place
    The Devil's Arithmetic
    I Have Lived a Thousand Years: Growing Up in the Holocaust
    Man's Search for Meaning
    The Reader
    Those Who Save Us
    The Book Thief by Markus ZusakThe Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John BoyneNumber the Stars by Lois LowryEdelweiss Pirates ‘Operation Einstein' by Mark A. CooperBetween Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys
    YA Holocaust & WWII Novels
    195 books — 439 voters
    The Diary of Dawid Sierakowiak by Dawid SierakowiakThe Boys Who Saved The Children by Margaret BaldwinJackboot Britain by Daniel S. FletcherThe Emperor of Lies by Steve Sem-SandbergIf I Should Die Before I Wake by Han Nolan
    Lodz Ghetto
    32 books — 4 voters

    All My Love, Detrick by Roberta KaganBetween Shades of Gray by Ruta SepetysYou Are My Sunshine by Roberta KaganThe Voyage by Roberta KaganPeople of the Book by Geraldine  Brooks
    To-Read After The Book Thief
    19 books — 6 voters
    The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank1984 by George OrwellTo Kill a Mockingbird by Harper LeeNight by Elie WieselAnimal Farm by George Orwell
    Human Rights
    248 books — 171 voters

    Yann Martel
    Yann Martel Beatrice and Virgil
    War, for example, is constantly being treated by artists, oftentimes with scant regard for the reality of war. Why is this not only permissible but good? Because in doing so we come to a full understanding of what war means to us. I believe the same must apply to the Holocaust.
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    Thomas Keneally
    But then what is the alternative to trying to tell the truth about the Holocaust, the Famine, the Armenian genocide, the injustice of dispossession in the Americas and Australia? That everyone should be reduced to silence? To pretend that the Holocaust was the work merely of a well-armed minority who didn’t do as much harm as is claimed-and likewise, to argue that the Irish Famine was either an inevitability or the fault of the Irish-is to say that both were mere unreliable rumors, and not the g...more
    Thomas Keneally, Searching for Schindler: A Memoir

    Carol Matas
    We are alive. We are human, with good and bad in us. That's all we know for sure. We can't create a new species or a new world. That's been done. Now we have to live within those boundaries . What are our choices? We can despair and curse, and change nothing. We can choose evil like our enemies have done and create a world based on hate. Or we can try to make things better.
    Carol Matas, Daniel's Story

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