Publications

 

The following publications are available in bookshops or at the Comité International de Dachau (CID).

For book orders you can fill in the form on the CID`s website or write an e-mail to shop@comiteinternationaldachau.com. Please make sure your message to this e-mail address includes your complete contact details (name, address, telephone number and e-mail address).

The CID`s website informs you on further publications by the CID as well as the still available issues of the Dachauer Hefte.

Tour Brochure

tl_files/images/aktuelles/besucher_z/Rundgangsbroschuere_englisch_Web.JPGThe tour brochure provides information for visitors to the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site. It guides readers through the grounds and exhibitions in twenty stations, with a further six stations devoted to important locations near the Memorial Site. Based on the latest research and written in a clear and succinct style, the brochure follows the history of the Dachau concentration camp up until 1945 and the subsequent uses of the grounds from 1945 through to the present day. Numerous photographs, some of them historical, as well as drawings and accounts by survivors complement the text. Overview layouts enable visitors to locate different relicts of the concentration camp and places of remembrance. Aerial photographs allow connections to be made between the historical grounds of the concentration camp and today’s Memorial Site. Not only an invaluable aid for a structured exploration of the Memorial Site, the brochure is also ideal for planning and reviewing a visit.

The 88-page publication is available directly from the publisher at https://www.utzverlag.de/catalog/book/44664 or in the international bookselling trade.

An ebook version (pdf) will be forthcoming.

(also available in German)

€ 8 / ebook € 7

The Dachau Concentration Camp 1933 – 1945: Text and photo documents from the exhibition (228 pages, with CD)

The Dachau Concentration Camp 1933 – 1945: Text and photo documents from the exhibition (228 pages, with CD)

In 2003, a new documentary exhibition was opened that reflects the latest historical research on the history of the Dachau Concentration Camp. The catalogue is comprised of two elements: a book containing the most important photos and documents from the new exhibition, and a CD containing all the texts and documents allowing to search documents with the key-word search function. The catalogue also includes four essays:

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Jürgen Zarusky: From Weimar to Dachau: The Destruction of Democracy and its Consequences
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Stanislav Zámečník: The Dachau Concentration Camp in the System of the National Socialist Dictaturship
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Barbara Distel: The Dachau Concentration Camp after Liberation
 • Wolfgang Benz: Places of Remembrance, Culture of Remembrance

(available in English, French, German, or Italian)

 

€ 18

Stanislav Zámečník: That was Dachau

A presentation of the history of the Dachau concentration camp.

Paperback, 401 pages

€ 19