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by Eugen Kogon,Hermann Langbein,Adalbert Ruckerl,Caroline Lloyd-Morris,Mary Scott,Pierre Serge Choumoff
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    Eugen Kogon,Hermann Langbein,Adalbert Ruckerl,Caroline Lloyd-Morris,Mary Scott,Pierre Serge Choumoff
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The mass gassing of victims by the Nazi Germans is commonly associated only with Jews, and some people erroneously think .

The mass gassing of victims by the Nazi Germans is commonly associated only with Jews, and some people erroneously think that gassing was a murderous tactic specifically chosen for use only on Jews. Actually, as this work makes clear, the Nazis used mass gassing against various peoples, and that in many different settings. This work begins with the 1930's Nazi gassing of the German mentally and physically handicapped, and others who were "a burden to society".

Home Kogon, Eugen (1903-87), Hermann Langbein and Adalbert Rückerl . Translated by Scott and Caroline Lloyd-Morris. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details

Home Kogon, Eugen (1903-87), Hermann Langbein and Adalbert Rückerl . . Kogon, Eugen (1903-87), Hermann Langbein and Adalbert R ckerl - eds. Published by Yale University Press. Bibliographic Details Publisher: Yale University Press. Publication Date: 1993.

The authors set out the historical situation, provide new details about the dimensions of the gassings, and consider how it was possible for the Holocaust to have happened. Maps of extermination centres, plans of gas chambers and crematoria, and facsimile reproductions of secret Nazi documents are also included. Previously published in German and French, the book has now been translated and revised for English-speaking readers.

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Nazi Mass Murder book. He was considered one of the "intellectual fathers" of the Fed Eugen Kogon (February 2, 1903 – December 24, 1987) was a historian and a survivor of the Holocaust

Nazi Mass Murder book. He was considered one of the "intellectual fathers" of the Fed Eugen Kogon (February 2, 1903 – December 24, 1987) was a historian and a survivor of the Holocaust. A well-known Christian opponent of the Nazi Party, he was arrested more than once and spent six years at Buchenwald concentration camp. Kogon was known in Germany as a journalist, sociologist, political scientist, author, and politician.

KOGON, EUGEN (Author) LANGBEIN, HERMANN (Author) RUCKERL, ADALBERT (Author) Yale University Press (Publisher). What we knew : terror, mass murder, and everyday life in Nazi Germany : an oral history. Democide : Nazi genocide and mass murder. How has war in the air changed over time? KS3-4.

Caroline Lloyd- Morris, Caroline Lloyd-Morris, Mary Scott. Yet revisionist historians have recently attempted to deny the Nazi's systematic gassing of millions. This remarkable book refutes these revisionists by confirming indisputably the grim historical truth about gassings. The volume was written by twenty-four authors from six countries (including Germany and Israel), most of them historians or jurists and many of them survivors.

Bibliographic Details Publisher: Yale University Press 1993.

Fine hardback in a very if slightly soiled (jacket is white) but complete pictorial dust wrapper. Sketch maps and some black and white ills. Bibliographic Details Publisher: Yale University Press 1993. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included.

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Eugen Kogon, Hermann Langbein, and Adalbert R?ckerl, Nazi Mass Murder: A Documentary History of the Use of Poison Gas, trans. Mary Scott and Caroline Lloyd-Morris (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1993), p. 139. 15. Friedlander, Origins of Nazi Genocide, p. 287. 16. Harry W. Mazal, Zyklon-B: A Brief Report on the Physical Structure and Composition, ww. olocaust-history.