KL : A History of the Nazi Concentration Camps
by Nikolaus Wachsmann
Editor: Little, Brown Book Group
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Winner of the Jewish Quarterly Wingate Literary Prize and the Wolfson History Prize In March 1933, a disused factory surrounded by barbed wire held 223 prisoners in the town of DachauBy the end of 1945, the SS of the system concentration camp had become an overwhelming landscape of terrorTwenty-two large camps and over a thousand satellite camps throughout Germany and Europe have been at the heart of the ongoing campaign of repression and intimidation.The importance of the camps in terms of Nazi history and our modern world cannot be questionedDr Nikolaus Wachsmann, is the first historian to write a complete history of these campsCombining politics and personnel, Wachsmann will examine the organization of such an immense genocidal machine, while drawing a vivid picture of life in the camps for the individual prisonerThe book gives voice to those who are generally forgotten in Nazi history: the’social deviants’, criminals and unwanted, ethnic, all facing the terror of the campsWachsmann, explores institutionalized practices of murder and detained collaboration with the SS selectively ignored by many historiansGathering a wealth of in-depth research, official documents, contemporary studies and evidence from survivors themselves, KL is comprehensive but accessible to narration
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