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10 thoughts on “Auschwitz

  1. says:

    I can t say I found any use in this book that I haven t found in other books besides a few tidbits about holocaust denial, and some details about post war and historical Auschwitz the town there was nothing new in this book It s the pocket book Auschwitz history, it touches every subject there is to learn about the camp, the guards, the prisoners, the resistance, the factories, everything besides the great Canada corruption scandal which got Rudolf Hoss kicked out of the place but in such sm I can t say I found any use in this book that I haven t found in other books besides a few tidbits about holocaust denial, and some details about post war and historical Auschwitz ...


  2. says:

    Sybille Steinbacher s Auschwitz A History tells the story of the small Polish town of Auschwitz, which was converted into one of the Nazi party s greatest concentration camps during World War II The genre of Steinbacher s book is historical military nonfiction Auschwitz was settled in the late thirteenth century by the Germans as a border town Since it was located close to Poland s border, it was attracted by small and large trade routes Included with the trade routes, Auschwitz acquired d Sybille Steinbacher s Auschwitz A History tells the story of the small Polish town of Auschwitz, which was converted into one of the Nazi party s greatest concentration camps during World War II The genre of Steinbacher s book is historical military nonfiction Auschwitz was settled in the late thirteenth century by the Germans as a border town Since it was located close to Poland s border, it was attracted by small and large trade routes Included with the trade routes, Auschwitz acquired different cultural religious groups, especially Jews Catholics who controlled the town did not force punishment laws on the Jewish people, which contradicted the actions of surrounding towns In the beginning of 1940, the Nazi party had its eye on Auschwitz The town was in a prime location because of being close t...


  3. says:

    A rather remarkable book It looks at Auschwitz from the point of view of the development of the camp over time The start as a resettlement camp for workers moving into the area to get jobs to an internment camp to house undesirables for the Reich to the concentration and extermination camp we are fami...


  4. says:

    Not as good as the mini series about the camp, but a good overview with some facts about the history of the area.


  5. says:

    Um bom estudo sobre o mais famoso campo de morte Bem escrito e de f cil leitura.


  6. says:

    Good solid history just a little short for my purposes But if you are looking for a succinct history of Auschwitz this one is excellent.


  7. says:

    Tells the history of Auschwitz Wasn t long enough for me.


  8. says:

    I can wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand the Holocaust.


  9. says:

    A Short History Of AuschwitzIn this short book, Sybille Steinbacher, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Modern and Contemporary History at Ruhr University, gives a compelling account of Auschwitz Professor Steinbacher, and her able translator, Shaun Whiteside, writes in a concise, stark, understated, and eloquent way She avoids the tendency to sensationalize and overdramatize and allows her material to speak for itself The stylistic, nonsensationalistic excellence of this book adds greatly A Short History Of AuschwitzIn this short book, Sybille Steinbacher, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Modern and Contemporary History at Ruhr University, gives a compelling account of Auschwitz Professor Steinbacher, and her able translator, Shaun Whiteside, writes in a concise, stark, understated, and eloquent way She avoids the tendency to sensationalize and overdramatize and allows her material to speak for itself The stylistic, nonsensationalistic excellence of this book adds greatl...


  10. says:

    The same as a lot of people I know, I have somewhat of a fascination with the Holocaust And perhaps fascination is the wrong word because it s nothing short of horrifying, yet in that horror lies a continued desire for knowledge, perhaps only as a way of understanding enough to prevent anything similar from happening again Because of this interest, I was excited again, it doesn t seem like the right word to pick up the book Auschwitz A History and get a really good in depth look at th The same as a lot of people I know, I have somewhat of a fascination with the Holocaust And perhaps fascination is the wrong word because it s nothing short of horrifying, yet in that horror lies a continued desire for knowledge, perhaps only as a way of understanding enough to prevent anything similar from happenin...


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Auschwitz At The Terrible Heart Of The Modern Age Lies Auschwitz, A Name That Has Become Synonymous With Evil Here The Utopian Twentieth Century Dream Of Employing Science And Technology To Improve And Protect Human Life Was Inverted From The Latter Part Of The 1930s Through The End Of The Second World War, As The Same Systems Were Manipulated In The Cause Of Efficient Mass Slaughter Historian Sybille Steinbacher S Powerful And Eminently Important Book Details Auschwitz S Birth, Growth, And Horrible Mutation Into A Dreadful City How It Came To Be And How What Followed Was Allowed To Occur Is A Story That Everyone Needs To Understand And Remember.