The Camp of Disappearing Men: A Story of The Oswiecim Concentration Camp, Based On Reports From The Polish Underground Labor Movement; [Cover Subtitle: “Sponsored by National CIO War Relief Committee”.”

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Groth, John (Illust.)

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Groth, John (Illust.). The Camp of Disappearing Men: A Story of The Oswiecim Concentration Camp, Based On Reports From The Polish Underground Labor Movement; [Cover Subtitle: “Sponsored by National CIO War Relief Committee”.” New York: “Poland Fights” – Polish Labor Group, 1944. First printing. pp. 42. Oblong 8vo., measuring 10″ x 8″. Black and white illustrations, drawings. Very light rubbing to the covers, contents remain bright, clean and unmarked with tight, sound binding; near fine. A harrowing account of Nazi persecution and massacre of Poles at Oswiecim (Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp) during the Nazi occupation of Poland as described by members of the Polish underground and subsequently by Polish groups operating in the United States and elsewhere. “Based on a pamphlet issued by the Polish Undergound Labor Movement, Tanslated and Published by the Polish Labor Group under the title, “Oswiecim – Camp of Death”. All personal names in the text are fictitious.” OCLC #: 937971491. Stapled Wraps. (#1033) $150.00