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A Selected Bibliography of Materials in English
Anti-Jewish Agitation in Poland: A Documentary Report. Bonn: R. Vogel, 1969.
Every Day Remembrance Day: A Chronicle of Jewish Martyrdom. New York: Henry Holt, 1987.
Justice Not Vengeance. New York: Grove-Weidenfeld, 1989.
"Justice: Why I Hunt Nazis." Jewish Observer and Middle East Review 21, no. 12 (March 24, 1972): 16.
"Latvian War Criminals in USA." Jewish Currents 20, no. 7 (July/August 1966): 4-8. Also in 20, no. 10 (November 1966): 24.
"Mauthausen: Steps beyond the Grave." In Hunter and Hunted: Human History of the Holocaust. comp. Gerd Korman, 286-295. New York: Viking Press, 1973.
Max and Helen: A Remarkable True Love Story. New York: William Morrow, 1982.
The Murderers Among Us. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967.
"Nazi Criminals in Arab States." Israel Horizons 15, no.7 (September 1967): 10-12.
Sails of Hope: The Secret Mission of Christopher Columbus. New York: Macmillan, 1973.
The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness. With a Symposium, edited by Harry James Cargas and Bonny V. Fetterman. Rev. and expanded paperback ed. New York: Schocken Books, 1998.
"There Are Still Murderers Among Us." National Jewish Monthly 82, no. 2 (October 1967): 8-9.
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Ashman, Chuck, and Robert Wagman. The Nazi Hunters: Behind the Worldwide Search for Nazi War Criminals. New York: Pharon Books, 1988.
Aspler, T. "Simon Wiesenthal - the Hunter." Jewish Digest 17, no. 11 (August 1972): 75-77.
Barad, Rhonda. "The Man Who Would Not Let the World Forget." Amit Women 58, no. 4 (March/April 1986): 34-35, 37.
Simon Wiesenthal Center-Museum of Tolerance Library & Archives 50. The Holocaust, 1933 – 1945 Educational Resources Kit
Berkley, George. Vienna and Its Jews: The Tragedy of Success 1880s-1980s. Cambridge, MA: Abt Books, 1988.
Bligh, David Ben-Mordechay. "They Hunt Nazis." Congress Weekly 24, no. 17 (May 13, 1957): 11-12.
Butts, William. "Simon Wiesenthal: A Conversation." Midstream 35, no. 3 (April 1989): 22-25.
Forsyth, Frederick. The Odessa File. New York: Viking Press, 1972.
Hoelzel, Alfred. "Forgiveness in the Holocaust." Midstream 24, no. 8 (October 1978): 65-70.
Italia, Robert. Courageous Crime-Fighters. Minneapolis: Oliver Press, 1995.
*Jeffrey, Laura. Simon Wiesenthal: Tracking Down Nazi Criminals. Springfield, NJ: Enslow, 1997.
Levy, Alan. The Wiesenthal File. London: Constable, 1993.
*Noble, Iris. Nazi Hunter: Simon Wiesenthal. New York: J. Messner, 1979.
Pick, Hella. Simon Wiesenthal: A Life in Search of Justice. Boston : Northeastern University Press, 1996.
Rosenbaum, Alan S. Prosecuting Nazi War Criminals. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1993.
Salomon, N. "Tracking Nazi War Criminals: A Conversation with Simon Wiesenthal." Midstream 13, no. 9 (November 1967): 19-27.
Stein, Richard A. Documents against Words: Simon Wiesenthal's Conflict with the World Jewish Congress. Rotterdam: STIBA, 1992.
* Written for young adult readers.
Videorecording: Art of Remembrance: Simon Wiesenthal. New York, NY: River Lights Pictures, 1995.
Videorecording: Max and Helen. CA: Turner Home Entertainment, 1990.
Videorecording: Murderers Among Us: The Simon Wiesenthal Story. Culver City, CA: Zenger Video, 1993.
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