'the Good Old Days': The Holocaust as Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Ernst Klee
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Foreword, Preface, and Introduction

• The "Foreword" was written by Lord Dacre of Glanton.

• The "Foreword" provides a short background on Nazi occupation of Eastern Europe and the Holocaust.
• Most of the book focuses on accounts from before the initiation of the "Final Solution."

• Nazis first executed Jews with guns, then with gas vans.
• The Nazi government was concerned about the mental well being of the executioners.

• The "Introduction" gives a short account of the creation of the concentration camps.

The brutalization of precious German Manpower

• In "The brutalization of precious German Manpower," the Nazis government was concerned that the murders were dehumanizing the executioners.

• The Wehrmacht lost popularity because of the disorganization of the execution of 10,000 Jews and Poles.
• In 1940, the Jewish population of a Polish town was beaten and killed.

• Survivors were later deported in Auschwitz when the camp was opened.
• The third document is about the...

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