Ordinary Men

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Harper Collins, Feb 5, 1993 - History - 304 pages
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The shocking account of how a unit of average middle-aged Germans became the cold-blooded murderers of tens of thousands of Jews.
  

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I had to read this for a class and I really enjoyed it! If you are going to read this for school, I highly suggest getting sticky notes and making a lot of highlights. Read full review

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Interesting stories, but the author repeated himself a lot. Read full review

Contents

ONE MORNING IN J6zEF6w
1
DEPORTATION
26
RESERVE POLICE BATTALION 101
38
ARRIVAL IN POLAND
49
REFLECTIONS ON A MASSACRE
71
THE DESCENT OF SECOND COMPANY
78
THE AUGUST DEPORTATIONS TO TREBLINKA
88
THE DEPORTATIONS RESUME
104
THE JEW HUNT
121
AFTERMATH
143
ORDINARY MEN 259
159
Reserve Police Battalion 101
225
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About the author (1993)

Christopher R. Browning is professor of history at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Washington. He is a contributor to Yad Vashem's official twenty-four-volume history of the Holocaust and the author of two earlier books on the subject.

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