'the Good Old Days': The Holocaust as Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders - 'Their soldierly conduct is exemplary'—Kulmhof (Chełmno) extermination camp in the Wartheland Reichsgau Summary & Analysis

Ernst Klee
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The book proper consists of two major divisions, the second one being titled: "Part Two 'Delivered and Killed'—The Extermination Centers". Part Two focuses on events in several concentration camps and is further divided into three named but unnumbered chapters of quite unequal length. These materials do tend to be more concise than the materials presented in Part One of the book. These documents come from a period of the war when genocide was a well-established fact among the Nazi party; the thinly veiled and euphemistic references of roving execution bands gives way to blatant discussion of industrialized mass murder. Chapter 11 is quite brief but includes six sections, the first of which, "Photographs", presents nine photographs...

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