The theory and practice of hell: the German concentration camps and the system behind them

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Berkley Publishing, 1966 - Concentration camps - 328 pages
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Review: The Theory and Practice of Hell: The German Concentration Camps and the System Behind Them

User Review  - Elissa Lawrence - Goodreads

It feels wrong to give this book a star rating, considering its subject. A good broad overview of the inner workings of a concentration camp from a survivor. Because the breadth of the subject is so ... Read full review

Review: The Theory and Practice of Hell: The German Concentration Camps and the System Behind Them

User Review  - Mike Wigal - Goodreads

An important book. Largely overlooked. Gives a more in depth look at the operations of the SS super state in Nazi Germany, not typically discussed in the current day. Read full review

Contents

Chapter Page Publishers Introduction to the American Edition
5
The Aims and Organization of the SS Super State
13
The Purpose Character and Number of the German Concentration Camps
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