KL Auschwitz seen by the SS

KL Auschwitz seen by the SS

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This volume contains reminiscences and a diary by three members of the SS: Rudolf Höss, the first camp commandant, Pery Broad, an SS non-commissioned officer in the camp Gestapo, and the SS physician Johann Paul Kremer.

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This volume contains reminiscences and a diary by three members of the SS: Rudolf Höss, the first camp commandant, Pery Broad, an SS non-commissioned officer in the camp Gestapo, and the SS physician Johann Paul Kremer.

Rudolf Höss wrote his memoirs in a Polish prison, during his trial before the Supreme National Tribunal in Warsaw (the book contains extensive fragments of his memoirs). Pery Broad wrote his memoirs immediately after the war and handed them to a British officer, undoubtedly with the intention of winning the favor of the Allies. Johann Paul Kremer, a professor of medicine in Münster, kept notes on the spot in the camp, when each day’s experiences were still fresh.

These SS memoirs are furnished with copious footnotes, making them an enriching source of knowledge about Auschwitz concentration camp.

 

LANGUAGE: EN, DE, FR, PRT, RU, PL

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Title KL Auschwitz seen by the SS
Author No
Publisher Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum
ISBN 83-85047-32-8
Year 1998
Cover Soft
Width 16
Height 23.5
Additional Informations No

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