Suggested reading related to Auschwitz, from the Encyclopedia of the Holocaust and elsewhere:
Brugioni, Dino A., and Robert G. Poirier. The Holocaust Revisited: A Retrospective Analysis of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Extermination Complex. (Central Intelligence Agency, Washington, D.C.) February 1979.
The paper includes aerial photographs of the Auschwitz-Birkenau complex in operation during WWII. A summary of their analysis is included in the paper. These photos corroborate eyewitness accounts/Nazi documentation on camp operations.
You can obtain a copy from the US gov't through the following sources:National Technical Information Serviceor:
5285 Port Royal Road
Springfield, VA 22161Photoduplication Service
Library of Congress
Washington, D.C. 20540
Use the report number(#st 79-10001) and the document number (NTISUBE28002) to speed service along. The document # is particularly important.
Brewster, Eva. Vanished in Darkness : An Auschwitz Memoir. Edmonton: NeWest Publishers, Limited, 1984 [amazon.com 1993] (First-person account of life within Auschwitz).
Friedman, P. "Crimes in the Name of Science," in Friedman, Philip. Ed. Roads to Extinction: Essays on the Holocaust. PA: Jewish Publication Society, 1980.
Gutman, Y., and A. Saf, eds. The Nazi Concentration Camps: Structure and Aims; The Image of the Prisoner; The Jews in the Camps. Proceedings of the Fourth Yad Vashem International Historical Conference. Jerusalem, 1984.
Kudlien, F., ed. Ärzte im Nationalsoczialismus. Cologne, 1985.
Langbein, H. Auschwitz-Prozess: Eine Dokumentation. 2 Vols. Vienna, 1965.
Langbein, H. Menschen in Auschwitz. Vienna, 1972.
Lukowski, J. Bibliografia obozu koncentracyjnego Oswiecim- Brzezinka. 5 vols. Warsaw, 1970.
Mitscherlich, A., and F. Mielke. Doctors of Infamy: The Story of Medical Crimes. New York, 1949.
Nauman, Bernd. Auschwitz: A Report on The Procedings Against Robert Karl Ludwig Mulka and Others Before the Court at Frankfurt. NY: Frederick A. Praeger, 1966.
Social Studies School Services offers an extensive list of teaching materials dealing with the Holocaust, and Auschwitz. For a list of books, videotapes, and photo histories, see Holocaust Research and Materials. Of particular interest are the videotapes "Kitty: Return to Auschwitz," "Nazi Concentration Camps," the official film record of the Nazi death camps as photographed by Allied liberation forces in 1945, and "Holocaust: Liberation of Auschwitz."
Source: The Nizkor Project