Kurt Gerstein, the ambiguity of good
Knopf, 1969 - 228 pages
The first full story of the S.S. officer who risked his life to alert the Pope and the neutral countries to Hilter's extermination drive.
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The Weight of Tradition
A Christian at the Start of the Nazi Regime
Belzec and Treblinka
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