NEW – now available                    being published already in 8 languages

Worse Than War: Genocide, Eliminationism, and the Ongoing Assault on Humanity DE | ES | IT | NL

“A magisterial and profoundly disturbing ‘natural history’ of mass murder.” – New York Times.

“Insightful, often startling analysis of why mass murder occurs and how to stop it…makes a convincing case that preventing genocide requires only a modest effort by leaders of democratic nations and the United Nations, both of which are criminally negligent…A significant achievement…intensely researched and wholly original.” – Kirkus

“A pathbreaking project.” – Die Presse (Vienna)

“His book is masterful.” – Anthony Howard, Daily Telegraph (UK)

#1 international bestseller                                 published in 15 languages

Hitler’s Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust BR | DE | ES | FR | IT | NL | PL | SR

“Masterly…One of those rare new works that merit the appellation Landmark.” – New York Times

“The most important book ever published about the Holocaust…Eloquently written, meticulously documented, impassioned…A model of moral and scholarly integrity.” – Philadelphia Inquirer

international bestseller                                        published in 8 languages

A Moral Reckoning: The Role of the Catholic Church in the Holocaust and Its Unfulfilled Duty of Repair DE | ES | FR | IT | NL | PL

“It’s significance…depends less on immediate reactions and more on what happens 10, 20 or even 100 years after it’s appearance. Goldhagen may be helping to create a new Christianity. It will take time to tell.” – Los Angeles Times

“Breaks important new ground…Not a word is wasted in a book that can only be read with profit by all.” – The Spectator

Briefe an Goldhagen (Letters to Goldhagen) DE

A selection of the range of letters written to Goldhagen in the wake of the publication of Hitler’s Willing Executioners, with a general response by the author.  A fascinating look into the thoughts and emotions that the book’s publication stirred in Germany and around the world.