Title: Auschwitz, A New History by Laurence Rees
Category: Nonfiction, History, War World II
Review: This was a very well written book. When we think about Auschwitz, we think about the gas chambers, the many of Jews and political prisoners who were executed, and the concentration camp. The author gives us a complete and updated history on Auschwitz. There are six chapters that start from the conception of Auschwitz to it’s closing. The chapters cover the years 1938-1945. The author included a lot of stories from not only Jewish prisoners, but political prisoners. What made me enjoy this book was the fact that it was well researched. The Holocaust is denied often and this book is just another validation that there were concentration camps and that Auschwitz was real. If you are a particularly interested in concentration camps and the history of Auschwitz, then this is the book for you. It is a complete history. You will find this book a wonderful addition to your library. I know I do.