We do however provide an English version of the Volunteer Work Stay Reader:
In 2009, a reader was compiled containing texts that provide an initial overview of the history of the Uckermark Youth Concentration Camp, the volunteer work stays and their political context, as well as other relevant actors.
The reader (in both German and English) can be downloaded as a pdf (980MB)
This text is on National Socialist euphemisms and their continued usage today. One example is the debate around the naming of the Uckermark Youth Concentration Camp. It was originally published in: "Edinburgh German Yearbook 8: New Literary and Linguistic Perspectives on the German Language, National Socialism, and the Shoah". The "German Yearbook" is put out annually by the University of Edinburgh and is mostly geared towards an English-speaking audience that is studying German. Every year the "German Yearbook" handles a different topic, and in 2014 it was "The German Language, National Socialism, and the Shoah".
The publishers have kindly granted us permission to make a slightly modified draft version available here as a pdf file (approx. 20 pages).