Hitler's Death Camps: The Sanity of Madness

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Holmes & Meier Publishers, Jan 1, 1981 - History - 547 pages
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Sheds the light of understanding on one of the most horrifying and inhuman episodes in history. Drawing on her first hand visits to all 19 primary concentration camps, on her contact with survivors and former Nazis, and on 20 years of study, the author brings the perspective of a historian and scholar to her quest for the meaning of the holocaust.

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User Review  - JDHomrighausen - LibraryThing

I had the good fortune to take two courses from Dr. Feig at Foothill College, not on modern Europe but on ancient Greek and Rome. Her book is simply amazing, mixing her personal encounter with these atrocities and her tour of the death camps with lots of information. A definite read. Read full review

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Imagine a nightmare you can't awake from, this was the reality for millions of people, and the "monsters" in the nightmare were some of our kind. Interestingly millions of others thought like the ... Read full review

Contents

THE NAZI STRUCTURE
7
INVASIONTHE EINSATZGRUPPEN
20
THE PREWAR CAMPS
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