First edition. - Tijuana, B.C., México : El Colegio de la Frontera Norte ; Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, México : Universidad de Ciencias y Artes de Chiapas ; San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, México : Centro de Estudios Superiores de México y Centroamérica, 2018.
Book — 166 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Introduction / Rafael Alonso Hernández López
Notes on the free movement of persons / Juan Artola
Flow crisis and permanency in Cuban emigration in the light of restored relations between Cuba and the United States / María Eugenia Anguiano Téllez and Ernesto Rodríguez Chávez
Mexico's southern border: concept and realities in the 21st century / Daniel Villafuerte Solís
The Pacific railroad route, a look into migration in transit through western Mexico / Rafael Alonso Hernández López
European border control policies: the case of Poland / Stefan Alscher
Final considerations / Rafael Alonso Hernández López.
Los Angeles, California : Doppelhouse Press, 
Book — 212 pages ; 20 cm
The Klagsbrunn Family : a story coming to light
The photographer of Auschwitz
Tschofenig : The name behind the street.
"Erich Hackl's subjects are all actual events, fates and biographies. Often with considerable research and effort, he digs deep into the histories of people whose destiny very often have to do with Nazism and / or with Judaism. In his new collection of short [non-fiction] stories Three tearless histories, two of which are already published in Austria in newspapers and anthologies, Hackl tells of Jewish people and their destinies. [...] These stories get under one's skin." - Winfried Stanzick, Top Ten Review for Bucher.de, July 9, 2015 "Highly recommended, ...a haunting book." - Samuel Moser Neue Zurcher Zeitung, September 13, 2014 "The books of Erich Hackl have now been translated into 25 languages. As a chronicler, he reminds us of the fate of people who were arrested for racial reasons or because of their political convictions, tortured and murdered. Hackl reconstructs the biographies of those who have been erased from history. [...] He takes care to strive for historical accuracy." - Michael Opitz, Deutschlandradio Kultur With characteristic literary reflection, the latest book by award-winning Austrian author Erich Hackl humanizes three great, but little known, historical tragedies. "Tschofenig: The Name Behind the Street" recounts the improbable wedding of resistance fighter Gisela Tschofenig (1917-1945) while she was a prisoner in Dachau; "The Photographer of Auschwitz" offers a fragmented biography of Wilhelm Brasse (1917-2012), who photographed Auschwitz inmates and saved evidence of Mengele's terrible crimes; and "The Klagsbrunn Family" traces the multi-generational story of the Klagsbrunns who, fearing the rise of Nazism in Vienna, fled to Brazil where their grandson was arrested and tortured under that country's fascist dictatorship. (source: Nielsen Book Data)