Birkenau: The Camp of Death

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BIRKENAU
The Camp of Death

Marco Nahon, M.D.

Translated from the French by Jacqueline Havaux Bowers

Edited and with an Introduction by Steven Bowman

The University of Alabama Press Tuscaloosa and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Translator's Introduction xiii
  • Introduction - The Agony of Greek Jewry 1
  • 1 - The Invasion 17
  • 2 - Rumors of Deportation 21
  • 3 - The Arrest 25
  • 4 - The Transport Dimotika-Salonika 27
  • 5 - The Ghetto of Salonika 30
  • 6 - The Transport Salonika-Birkenau 33
  • 7 - Arriving at Birkenau 36
  • 8 - The Uniforms 40
  • 9 - The Food Rations 42
  • 10 - The Bucks 44
  • 11 - The First Torments 45
  • 12 - The Lagers of Birkenau 48
  • 13 - The Work 51
  • 14 - Sterilization 53
  • 15 - Music in the Camp 55
  • 16 - The S.K. 57
  • 17 - The Kapos 59
  • 18 - The Black Market 61
  • 19 - Looking for a Good Kommando 68
  • 20 - Nazi Pastimes 73
  • 21 - The Roll Call 76
  • 22 - The Zigeunerlager at Birkenau 77
  • 23 - The Nazi Concept of Sports 79
  • 24 - The Zahnekontrolle: Dental Inspection at Echterdingen 81
  • 25 - The Krankenbau, or Hospital 84
  • 26 - The Selections 94
  • 27 - Nazi Courtesy 97
  • 28 - The Cremas and the Sonderkommandos 99
  • 29 - The Last Transports 109
  • 30 - The Liberation 116
  • Postscript 119
  • Appendix the Israelite Communities of Dhidhimoteichon and Orestiás 122
  • Selected Bibliography 148
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