In the shadow of death: living outside the gates of Mauthausen

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Free Press, 1990 - History - 236 pages
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This disturbing look at the ultimate in moral indifference during the nightmare years focuses on the citizens living near the concentration camps in the heart of civilized Europe. How much did they know of the horror inside those walls? How did they find out? And how did--or didn't--they respond?

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Horwitz has written a useful history of the interaction between the civilian population and the Nazi concentration camp of Mauthausen and its satellite camps, both during and after World War II ... Read full review

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In the Shadow of the Camp
23
The Castle
55
Into the Valley of RedlZipf
83
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