Secaucus, NJ: L. Stuart, c1985. First Edition. First? Printing. 24 cm, 261, illus., bibliography, index.
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London: Paul Elek, 1974. First U.K. Edition. 970, maps, notes, bibliography, index, some soiling to edges and a few pages, DJ worn and soiled, some tears to DJ.
New York, NY: Harper, 2012. First edition [stated]. Third printing [stated]. Hardcover. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 480 p. Illustrations. Guide to Personalities. Time Lines. Notes. Index.
New York: Atheneum Books/Young Readers, c1995. First Edition. First Printing. 22 cm, 244, illus., references, index.
New York: Little, Brown and Company, 1994. Reprint. later printing. Trade paperback. xv, 109.  p. Illustrations [some in color]. Chronology. Suggestions for Further Reading. Glossary. Index. Name of previous owner present. Cover has some wear and soiling, some corner curling. A photo-history of the Holocaust. Sidebars throughout the text focus on the experiences of 20 individuals who, as children, were victims of the Nazis. Illustrated with black and white and color images from the collection of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, c1997. 25 cm, 214.
New York, NY: Weinstein Books, 2008. First edition. First edition [stated]. First printing [stated]. Hardcover. Glued binding. Paper over boards. With dust jacket. 307 p. Illustrations, black & white, Maps. Index.
W Owiecimiu: Publications of Pastwowe Muzeum, 1978. Second edition (revised). Wraps. Text in English, German. 330 p.,  fold. leaves of plates: ill.; 21 cm.
New York: The Viking Press, 1981. First Edition. Presumed first printing. Hardcover. xii, 218,  pages. Illustrations. Footnotes. Bibliography. DJ somewhat scuffed and some edge wear. Inscribed by the author. John David Bierman, journalist and author, born January 26 1929; died January 4 2006. John Bierman was one of the last of a generation of buccaneering reporters and writers who pursued successful careers across the media. Newspaper reporter, editor, radio correspondent, television "fireman", documentary maker and, finally, acclaimed historian, Bierman excelled at each, in a working life that reached back to the days of plate cameras and reporters in trilbies. Bierman's breakthrough book was Righteous Gentile: The Story of Raoul Wallenberg (1981), which brought to international attention the then largely neglected story of the Swedish diplomat who rescued Hungarian Jews from the Nazis. Bierman's words are inscribed on Wallenberg's statue in central London: "The 20th century spawned two of history's vilest tyrannies. Raoul Wallenberg outwitted the first but was swallowed up by the second. His triumph over Nazi genocide reminds us that the courageous and committed individual can prevail against even the cruelest state machine. The fate of the six million Jews he was unable to rescue reminds us of the evil to which racist ideas can drive whole nations. Finally, his imprisonment reminds us not only of Soviet brutality but also of the ignorance and indifference which led the free world to abandon him. We must never forget these lessons."
New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000. First Edition [stated]. First printiing [stated]/. Hardcover. , 258 pages. Chronology. Glossary of Terms. Name of former owner noted in ink.
New York: The Rutledge Press, 1981. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Hardcover. Format is 9.25 inches by 12.25 inches. 272 pages. Illustrations (some in color). Endpaper map. Historical Introduction by Henry Friedlander. Preface by Irving Home. Abbreviations. Artists Biographies. Sources for Text Quotations. Museums and Memorials. Bibliography. DJ has slight wear, soiling and is price clipped. Over 350 artworks created in ghettos, concentration camps, and in hiding by victims of the Nazis. The artists worked in various media -- watercolors, oils, charcoal, pen and ink, wood, pencil. They worked on whatever materials were available -- the finest canvas, artist's paper or the backs of work orders and scraps rescued from trash barrels. They created in compliance with Nazi orders as well as clandestinely, at great risk to their lives. The more than 30, 000 works that survive represent hundreds of artists. It is an incredible collection, whose power is undeniable and whose overall impression is one of beauty. Includes reproductions of more than 350 of these works, over 60 in color.
New York: Grove Press, 1989. First edition. First Edition [stated]. First Printing [stated]. Hardcover. xiv, 476,  p. Illustrations. Bibliography and Sources. Index.
New York: Knopf, 1991. First Edition. First? Printing. Hardcover. 25 cm, 335 pages. References, index. Signed by the author.
New York: Hill and Wang, 1998. First Edition. First? Printing. 24 cm, 325, panel discussion ephemera on book laid in. Inscribed by the author.
Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company, 2001. Fifth printing. Hardcover. xii, 756 p. Chronology. Notes. Bibliography. Index.
Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Company [A Mariner Book], 2001. First Paperback printing. Trade paperback. xii, 756 pages. Chronology. Notes. Bibliography. Index. Novelist James Carroll has compiled a sweeping history of anti-Semitism in the Christian tradition. Carroll, himself once a priest, describes incidents of both active and passive aggression against the Jewish faithful from the Crusades to the Inquisition to the Holocaust. A New York Times Notable Book for 2001. James P. Carroll (born January 22, 1943) is an American author, historian, and journalist. A Roman Catholic reformer, he has written extensively about his experiences in the seminary and as a priest, and has published, besides novels, books on religion and history. Carroll's plays have been produced at the Berkshire Theater Festival and at Boston's Next Move Theater. In 1976 he published his first novel, Madonna Red, which was followed by nine others. He has written for numerous publications and his op-ed column appears weekly in The Boston Globe. He won the 1996 National Book Award for Nonfiction for An American Requiem: God, My Father, and the War That Came Between Us, a memoir about the Vietnam War and his relationships with his father, the American military, and the Catholic Church.
Washington, DC: The Washington Post, 1983. First? Edition. First? Printing. 66, wraps, illus., covers somewhat worn and soiled.
New York: Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, 1995. Presumed first edition/first printing thus. Hardcover. xxi, 23-376 p. Map. Glossary of Terms. Index.
Stroud, Gloucestershire, England: The History Press Ltd, 2010. First paperback Edition [stated]. Presumed First printing. Trade paperback. 264 p. Illustrations. Index.
New York: Doubleday, 1999. First Printing. 384, illus., footnotes, notes, bibliography, index.
New York: Doubleday, 1999. First Edition. First Printing. 325, illus., footnotes, notes, bibliography, index, some wear and small tears to top/bottom DJ edges. Inscribed by the author.
New York: Harmony Books, c2002. First Edition. First Printing. 25 cm, 282, illus., references.
New York, NY: Atheneum, 1984. First American edition [stated]. Presumed first printing. Hardcover. xii, 342 p. Illusatrations. Source apparatus. Index.
Notre Dame, IN: Univ. of Notre Dame Press, c2001. First U.S.? Edition. 23 cm, 100, illus., references, publisher's ephemera laid in, pencil erasure on front endpaper. Preface by Alberto Moravia.
Place_Pub: Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1980. 218, wraps, bibliography, pencil and ink underlining and notations, covers somewhat worn and soiled.