1. Who narrates this story?
A concentration camp survivor.
2. What is the principal question that the author tries to address?
"How was everyday life in a prison camp reflected in the mind of the average person?"
3. Where does the author claim that most of the extermination took place?
In small camps.
4. Who is this book most concerned with?
The "great army of unknown and unrecorded victims."
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