Into That Darkness: An Examination of Conscience - Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Gitta Sereny
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Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 8 Summary and Analysis

Part 2 concludes with the spread of knowledge of the Extermination sites in Poland. Jews are being rounded up from the ghettos, taken and killed, either shot or gassed. The numbers are so vast that plans to use parts of the corpses the same way that parts of horses get used after death are put into practice. The British and Americans are called upon to bring a stop to this. There are new pleas to the Catholic Church from the Americans. The peak slaughter period of Jews in Poland is in 1942. Part 3: Gitta Sereny shares knowledge of these horrific atrocities, having visited both the sites of Sobibor and Treblinka that were killing points in Poland. Some effort is made so that the victims might not see their bitter ends coming and to shield at...

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