I had to read some of Nightmare Memoir in American history and that was pretty decent. Its from the perspective of a French (?) POW, I really liked the part where he described the march to the camp itself, I had never read about that.
It really depends which area you want to cover. Especially since the 1970's hundreds of memoirs have been written so you have memoirs of simple workers to people working in kitchens or tooth extraction centres (each with its own respective historical value of course).
If you've never read anything then Primo Levi's 'if this is a man' is a good start by any means. Two other good books are 'Eyewitness Auschwitz' by Filip Müller and 'Auschwitz: A doctor's eyewitness account' by Miklos Nyiszli.
I always advise people to read 'around' Auschwitz because it's not the only camp that deserves reading about. Two fascinating books about survivors from Sobibor and Treblinka respectively are 'From the Ashes of Sobibor ' by Thomas Blatt and 'Treblinka' by Chil Rajchman.
On a closing note: Don't listen to bullshit like this >>7645374.
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