1. Who wrote the "Foreword" and what does the writer discuss?
Lord Dacre of Glanton wrote the "Foreword" and discusses the historical significance of the book, providing a historical background on the material in the book.
2. What is the question of mass murder raised in the "Foreword"?
The "Foreword" poses the question of how mass murder could be carried out consistently in the public eye without opposition.
3. What does the material start and end with, according to the "Foreword"?
According to the "Foreword," the material starts with the mass execution by shooting, discusses the gas vans, and then ends in 1942 in the concentration camps.
4. What edition was the "Preface" taken from, and what does it include?
The "Preface" was taken from the German language edition and includes biographies on Ernst Klee, Willi Dressen, and Volker Reiss.
5. What problematic juxtaposition was posed regarding organ tissue in the "Introduction"?
In the "Introduction," the problematic juxtaposition was posed regarding an Auschwitz doctor who extracted organ tissues from the living, but also extols the ice cream available at the camp.
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