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"My name is Howard W. Campbell, Jr. I am an American by birth, a Nazi by reputation, and a nationless person by inclination." Chapter 1, pg. 1

"After two years of hearing that call over the loudspeakers, between the music," Gutman said to me, "the position of corpse-carrier suddenly sounded like a very good job." Chapter 2, pg. 9

"After we finished hanging Hoess," Mengel said to me, "I packed my clothes to go home. The catch on my suitcase was broken, so I buckled it shut with a big leather strap. Twice within the hour I did the very same job - once to Hoess and once to my suitcase. Both jobs felt about the same." Chapter 4, pg 16

"And I, hiding from many people who might want to hurt or kill me, often longed for someone to give that cry for me, to end my endless game of hide-and-seek with a...

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