As New in As New jacket. Book Octavo, black paper covered boards. 314pp. including index, chronology, notes and biographical details. Unabashed, first hand accounts of the Nazi concentration camps by the overseers, camp workers etc. A chilling record of casual brutality. A very tight, clean, fresh, bright, unmarked and unread volume in a crisp, sharp, bright dust jacket. Fine in fine dust jacket. Flawless. AS NEW.
Very good in good dust jacket. bright tight unmarked copy. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 336 p., illustrations-see general notes below Chilling account based on primary sources and photographs demnstrating conclusively that brutal acts against the Jews were often caried out openly in front of German spectators, and willingly by SS officers and soldiers
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Not even Holocaust survivor books are as chilling as these written accounts by Nazi officers who perform aktions before lunch and look forward to a fabulous dinner and drink that evening. But even as you read and marvel at the brutality and lack of humanity in these men, you detect in the writing a reluctance or sadness. It seems that brutality is its own executioner.
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