Auschwitz (Paperback)
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Paperback 400 Pages
Published: 01/09/2005
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THE SUNDAY TIMES AND INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER

'Superb' ANDREW ROBERTS

In this classic book, highly acclaimed author and broadcaster Laurence Rees tells the definitive history of the most notorious Nazi institution of them all. We discover how Auschwitz evolved from a concentration camp for Polish political prisoners into the site of the largest mass murder in history - part death camp, part concentration camp, where around a million Jews were killed.

Auschwitz examines the mentality and motivations of the key Nazi decision makers, and perpetrators of appalling crimes speak here for the first time about their actions. Drawing on Rees's landmark documentary and material from the Russian archives, which challenged many previously accepted arguments, this book reveals significant and disturbing facts - from the operation of a brothel to the corruption that was rife throughout the camp.

This is the story of murder, brutality, courage, escape and survival, and a powerful account of how human tragedy of such immense scale could have happened.

Publisher: Ebury Publishing
ISBN: 9780563522966
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 295 g
Dimensions: 198 x 126 x 25 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

Thank God that occasionally books of the stature of Laurence Rees's superb Auschwitz: The Nazis and the Final Solution are published... Fascinating. - Evening Standard

Excellent - The Independent

A key to understanding man's inhumanity to man - The Guardian

Well-written with striking testimonies from bystanders, perpetrators and victims. The interviews with SS men, and sundry European Fascists, are genuinely revealing, and must have been exceptionally difficult to negotiate - Daily Telegraph

Devastating. Rees's research is impeccable and intrepid. Ultimately he does at the gut level what Hannah Arendt achieved some 40 years ago at the level of philosophy: he forces the reader to shift the Holocaust out of the realm of nightmare or Gothic horror and acknowledge it as something all too human. Scrupulous and honest, this book is utterly without illusions - Washington Post, USA

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“Auschwitz”

Having rarely been someone who gains pleasure in reading, and someone whose interest in history was killed at an early age, I saw this book ata friend's house. After a few mins I was hooked and had to go and buy... More

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“An excellent read for scholars of history”

Using eyewitness accounts from both SS guards and inmates alike, the history of Auschwitz is tracked from its creation to its eventual demise.
Information that is seldom known about the camp is used to give a glimpse... More

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