Update: 4th Edition - With Even more Content
The Holocaust was a tragic time in world history, and one name that is most closely associated with this era is that of Auschwitz: one of several concentration camps where unspeakable and inhumane acts were committed. In this companion volume to The Holocaust: An Introduction, you will go through a detailed account of the camp, its methods of killing and cruelty, and more. Buy your copy today to become educated in both the far reaches of evil in those responsible and the heights of bravery in those that survived.
Here's a Preview of What You Will Learn
* Origins of Auschwitz
* Witold Pilecki
* Auschwitz I
* First-hand accounts from the camps
Comments From Other Readers
"If you read this author's book on the Holocaust, I would highly suggest making a purchase on this one. This goes into much more detail on one of the bigger aspects of that topic: perhaps the most famous concentration camp. Both Auschwitz I and Birkenau are covered here, with eyewitness accounts of what took place. There is no better way to learn than from the words of someone who was there." - Melinda C. (Bedford, USA)
"It seems wrong to say that the eyewitness parts of the book makes one feel as if they have been in the person's shoes, because for things like this, no one but them can truly know what it was like. I will say, however, that such accounts give one a greater appreciation for the bravery of those poor souls..." - Lars O. (Cologne, Germany)
"You can read the facts about a tragedy or violent event and have a certain amount of detachment from it, but it is entirely another impact to read a personal account of such things. This book provides both a 'just the facts' approach and an equally large volume of individual perspectives. That alone is worth the buy." - Tom G. (Springfield, USA)
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About the Author
By studying our past, we are able to better understand our future. History happened for a reason, and it's our job to identify and fascinate ourselves with our past successes and failures. This is the creed that Ryan Jenkins follows.
Ryan Jenkins is an advocate learner and experienced historian. He has mainly focused his studies on the events and stories of World War 2. Ryan has spent years in the field conducting intensive research, and personally uncovering relics from the past. He enjoys exploring into historical matters himself, which includes combing through past battlefields, or interviewing other well-known historians.
In his books, Ryan provides in-depth, factual historical stories that are both consuming and gripping. Unlike long drawn, boring historical reads, Ryan's content focuses on hitting key points, while keeping it entertaining and enjoyable. Whether you are researching for a history project or looking to learn more about past events, Ryan's books will suck you in from page one.
When not writing, Ryan enjoys the company of his family and exploring unique areas in the world.