Related Reading

Elizabeth Wein’s Goodreads shelf  “Ravensbruck”

I have to include this image, because I had to ask EWein if this was a serious work of literature or not. The cover is pure pulp fiction, aye? I may possibly have loled quite a bit when I saw it.

But she says, “It’s fabulous. That is my favorite Ravensbruck memoir. Micheline is named after her.”

You can even buy used paperback copies from Amazon for over a hundred bucks and own your very own Real Literature With Pulp Fiction Cover(tm)!

Nonfiction not on Elizabeth’s shelf, turned up via Amazon search:

The Blessed Abyss, Nanda Herbermann

Lindell’s List, Peter Hore

The Jewish Women of Ravensbrück Concentration Camp, Rochelle G Saidel

The Dawn of Hope, Genevieve de Gaulle Anthonioz

From Normandy To The Hell Of Ravensbruck Life and Escape from a Concentration Camp: The True Story of 44667, Francis Pitard

The Seamstress, Sara Tuval Bernstein

The Jewish Women Prisoners of Ravensbrück: Who Were They?, Judith Agassi

The Scarlet Countess, Barry Wynne


Lilac Girls, Martha Hall Kelly


Holocaust: Ravensbruck and Buchenwald

Where Birds Don’t Sing