The Nazi Death Camps

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World Almanac Library, 2006 - Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945) - 48 pages
Explains how the Nazis put millions of Jews and others to death in the death camps during the Holocaust, describing the building of the camps, the rounding up of the victims, the killing process, the conditions in which those not immediately selected for death suffered, the Nazis' destruction of several camps before the end of the war, and the death marches.

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David Downing is a noted historian of World War II.

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