Recommended related reading

Association for Jewish Refugee Books of Remembrance: Manchester, Liverpool, South Yorkshire & The Midlands, Scotland, Leeds, Bradford and Harrogate.


Barkow, Ben, Alfred Wiener and the making of the Holocaust Library, (London: Valentin Mitchell & Son, 1997)


Bauman, Zygmunt, Modernity and the Holocaust, (Oxford: Polity Press, 1989)


Eschebach, Insa, Ravensbrück – The cell building, (Berlin: Metropol, 2008)


Günter Morsch ed. Sachsenhausen concentration camp 1936-1945, (Guide book)


Hornstein, Shelly; Jacobowitz, Florence, Image and Remembrance, Representation and the Holocaust, (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003)


Jafiszow, Maja; Kubisztal, Paweł; Szydło, Grzegorz, Ghetto Heroes Square (Kraców: Etiuda, 2010)

Kill, Susanne, The history of the memorial at track 17, Berlin Grunewald Station,  (Germany: Sternberg press, 2009)

Knill, Iby, The Woman without a number, (Leeds: Scratching Shed, 2010)


Kopówka, Edward, Plan of symbolic Stones [Treblinka] guide book (Museum of fighting and martyrdom in Treblinka)


Lee, Stephen (translator) Auschwitz Birkenau State Museum in Oświęcim guide book


Linenthal, Edward T, Preserving memory – The struggle to create America’s Holocaust museum, (New York: Penguin, 1995)


McKim, Joel, Filling in the voids, MA Thesis, Concordia University, Canada


Paulsson, G Steve, The Holocaust exhibition at IWM London guide book, (London: Imperial War museum, 2000)


Peter Steinbach and Johannes Tuchel, Resistance to National Socialism, German Resistance Memorial Centre (Guide Book)

Rees, Laurence, Auschwitz - The Nazis and the final solution, (London: Random House, 2005)
Saidel, Rochelle G, Never too late to remember - Politics Behind New York City's Holocaust Museum, (Holmes & Meier, 1996)
Salmons, Paul, Reflections, Imperial War Museum Education Pack (London: Yale Press, 2000)


Smith, James M (ed), Behind the Rose – stories behind the roses dedicated in the Holocaust Centre’s memorial gardens, (Newark: The Holocaust Centre, 2011)

Smith, Stephen D, Forgotten Places – the Holocaust and remnants of destruction, (Newark: Quill Press, 2002)


Smith, Stephen D, Journeys – Children of the Holocaust tell their stories, (Newark: Quill Press, 2009)


Smith, Stephen D, Making Memory – creating Britain’s First Holocaust Centre, (Newark: Quill Press, 2002)


Speigelman, Art, The Complete Maus, (London: Penguin, 1996)


Tuchel, Johannes, Museum Otto Wiedt’s Workshop Guide book (Berlin: Allprintmedia, 2008)


Witness, The Holocaust Centre ten years on (Newark: The Holocaust Centre, 2005)


Young, James, At Memory’s Edge – After images of the Holocaust in contemporary Art and architecture, (New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 2000)


Young, James, ed. The Art of memory, Holocaust Memorials in History, (New York, 1994)


Young, James, The Texture of Memory, Holocaust Memorials and Meaning, (Yale: Yale University Press, 1994)