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The Horror of My Thoughts -A visit to Auschwitz and Birkenau- by Nat Crosby and published by Winnisimmet Press. Using photo illustrations, poetry, and history, Nat Crosby presents his reactions to visiting Auschwitz. Nat’s short descriptions show the rise and fall of the most notorious Nazi death camp of the Holocaust. The photo illustrations show the graphic nature of the museum dedicated to preventing the Shoah from ever being forgotten. Like black and white, his poetry expresses the divide between the reality of the death camp and the physicality of the place. The poetry is a call to discover for oneself what should not be discovered. The history and illustrations are a reminder of the horrors that should never forgotten.