New York: Holocaust Library, 1979. Revised and Expanded Edition. Trade paperback. xiv, 350,  pages. Footnotes. Appendix: Sources and Documents Cited. Notes. Index. Foreword by Reinhold Niebuhr. Léon Poliakov (25 November 1910 – 8 December 1997) was a French historian who wrote extensively on the Holocaust and antisemitism. Born into a Russian Jewish family, Poliakov lived in Italy and Germany until he settled in France. He cofounded the Center of Contemporary Jewish Documentation, established to collate documentation on the persecution of Jews during World War II. He also assisted Edgar Faure at the Nuremberg Trial. Poliakov went on to serve as director of research at the National Centre for Scientific Research (Centre national de la recherche scientifique) from 1954 to 1971. Poliakov was the first scholar to assess the disposition of Pope Pius XII critically on various issues connected to the Holocaust. In Nov. 1950, Poliakov wrote "The Vatican and the 'Jewish Question'-The Record of the Hitler Period-And After" in the journal Commentary.
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Secaucus, NJ: Lyle Stuart, 1987? Trade paperback. .277.  pages. Illustrations. Introduction to the English Edition. Trade paperback. Slightly cocked. Some cover and edge soiling. In 1933 Walter Poller was organizing illegal resistance groups against the Nazis. After being arrested several times, he was convicted of treason against Hitler's Reich and condemned to four years with hard labor.
London: Queen Anne Press (a division of Macdonald & Co.), 1986. First U.K. Edition, Presumed First Printing. Hardcover. xix, , 364 pages. Illustrations. Notes. Bibliography. Index. DJ has minor wear and soiling. Based on exclusive and unrestricted access to more than 5,000 pages of personal writings and family photos, this definitive biography of German physician and SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer Josef Mengele (1911-1979) probes the personality and motivations of Auschwitz's "Angel of Death." From May 1943 through January 1945, Mengele selected who would be gassed immediately, who would be worked to death, and who would serve as involuntary guinea pigs for his spurious and ghastly human experiments (twins were Mengele's particular obsession). With authority and insight, Posner and Ware examine the entire life of the world's most infamous doctor.
New York: The Viking Press, 1960. Presumed First Edition/First Printing. Hardcover. x, 246 pages. Illus. (62 photographs)., DJ scuffed: small tears, small pieces missing. Quentin James Reynolds (April 11, 1902 – March 17, 1965) was a journalist and World War II war correspondent. As associate editor at Collier's Weekly from 1933 to 1945, Reynolds averaged twenty articles a year. He also published twenty-five books, including The Wounded Don’t Cry, London Diary, Dress Rehearsal, and Courtroom, a biography of lawyer Samuel Leibowitz. He also published an autobiography, By Quentin Reynolds. Katz and Aldouby were both ex-members of an Israeli underground movement, devoted for many years to the compilation of the most complete dossier of Eichmann in existence. Photographs, affidavits, testimonies, were gathered together; secret Nazi documents, even Eichmann’s tape-recorded ‘memoirs’, were traced, ‘borrowed’, copied and studied – and, on the capture of their subject, were placed in the hands of Quentin Reynolds. The result is this most authoritative and unique book. A biography which traces the life from schooldays to a well guarded prison in Israel of an insignificant Nazi who became Hitler's Minister of Death.
Place_Pub: New York: The Linden Press, 1981. Advanced Proof Edition. Wraps. 233 pages. Wraps, covers somewhat worn and soiled, pencil erasure on title page. Signed by the author. What does it mean to be a modern Jew in an age of assimilation, a time when many Jews find their identities and beliefs in doubt? The author weighs the loss of group comfort against the freedoms of the modern world.