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The SS and the Final Solution (Hardback)
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The SS and the Final Solution (Hardback)

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Hardback 256 Pages / Published: 01/10/2013
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This book is not a running narrative; it is a comprehensive and chilling catalogue, camp by camp, with frightening detail, chronicling the death camps and the officers that manned them. The Jewish Question, cleansing, liquidation, resettlement, the Final Solution and the Holocaust are the names given for the greatest mass murder of the twentieth century. There is no sound judgement when it comes to discussing the deaths of more than 11 million people just in the death camp system alone. The SS, fuelled by Hitler's hunger to eliminate the Jewish people in Europe during the Second World War, enforced his racial policies, especially towards enemies of the Reich and the much hated Jews. As the Third Reich expanded its war machine into Eastern Europe, the SS was once again used to gather Jews within ghettos and establish concentration camps for forced labour and genocide. Auschwitz, Birkenau, Bergen-Belsen, Buchenwald and Dachau are infamous for their mass murder. However, The SS and the Final Solution, an exhaustive and compelling account of such atrocities and how they happened, documents every concentration camp as well as the many satellite sub-death camps. From the chilling process of who was to live and those die in the gas chambers, this compelling book also chronicles the grisly human experiments by Dr Josef Mengele and the 'Bitch of Buchenwald', Ilse Koch, who had a fetish for skin. Thick in comprehensive detail and ghastly in how the Nazis operated with clinical efficiency, The SS and the Final Solution explains all. From a mass of unpublished photographs and a complete list of all SS operatives, their histories and fates, this book is unique and masterful in its execution of masterful writing that documents the brutality that was to leave an eternal scar upon Germany and the Jewish people.

Publisher: Fonthill Media
ISBN: 9781781553275
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 700 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 21 mm

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