If we choose to ignore this book,
we not only dismiss the author’s life
experiences but we also dismiss
the significance of those who died,
to whom this book is dedicated.
This is a long-awaited book
(until now only available in Polish),
which is an essential read
for Poles and other nationalities alike.
GERMAN CONCENTRATION CAMPS
AND THEIR SUBSIDIARIES
Edited and compiled by
The author, who passed away in 1991, was himself an ex-prisoner of KL Auschwitz, Mauthausen, Dachau and Gross-Rosen. In his extensive work on the German concentration camps and their subsidiaries, he touches upon an issue largely neglected in literature. His book fills an enormous gap with first-hand accounts of his own experience of Hitler’s terror plus detailed reports from other ex-prisoners, many naming their persecutors.
Jan Kosinski’s work has been published by a Polish company in Germany. This is a non-profit edition in memory of the millions of abused and murdered victims of German fascism during the second world war.
The book is 772 pages with 282 illustrations.
Price 56 euros
To place an order,
POLNISCHE DRUCKEREI „KONTRAST“
Proprietor: Waldemar Sobczyk
D – 83071 Stephanskirchen
Tel. 0049 (0)8031 7777
Fax 0049 (0)8031