Hitler's Death Camps: The Sanity of Madness

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

The author and publishers would like to thank the following for permission to reprint their material in this book:

Pergamon Press for excerpts from The Death Factory by Otto Kraus and Erich Kulka ; Georges Borchardt, Inc., for excerpts from Ravensbrück by Germaine Tillion and An Ordinary Camp by Micheline Maurel; Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, for excerpts from International Military Tribunal, Chaim Grade and Midstream for the poem "At the End of the Days", translated by Inna Hecker Grade; Black Sparrow Press for the poem from Holocaust by Charles Reznikoff; Mrs. Leo Schwarz for excerpts from Root and Bough by Leo W. Schwarz; Thomas Yoseloff and A. S. Barnes for excerpts from The Yellow Star by S. B. Unsdorfer; the Czechoslovakian Embassy for excerpts from Terezin; the Polish Embassy for maps and excerpts from German Crimes in Poland.

Excerpts from Ravensbrück by Germaine Tillion, translation copyright © 1975 by Doubleday & Company, Inc., reprinted by permission of the publisher.

"A Year in Treblinka Horror Camp", by Yankel Wiernik, from Jacob Gladstein, ed., An Anthology of the Holocaust, copyright © 1968 by the Jewish Publication Society of America, is used through the courtesy of the Society.

Excerpts from Evewitness Auschwitz, copyright © 1979 by Filip Muller, translation copyright © 1979 by Routledge & Kegan Paul, are reprinted with the permission of Stein & Day Publishers and Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd.

Excerpts from Thy Brother's Blood by Malcolm Hay, copyright © 1975 by Hart Publishing Company, Inc., reprinted by permission of Hart Publishing Co.

Excerpts from Treblinka by Jean-Francois Steiner, copyright © 1967 by Simon and Schuster, Inc., reprinted by permission of Simon & Schuster, a Division of Gulf and Western Corporation.

Poems from Swastika Poems by William Heyen, copyright © 1977 by William Heyen, reprinted by permission of Vanguard Press, Inc.

"Visitor from Buchenwald" reprinted from Bright Winter by Virginia MishnunHardman, copyright © 1977 by Virginia Mishnun-Hardman, by permission of the author and New York University Press.

"If the prophets broke in . . ." from O The Chimneys by Nellie Sachs, reprinted by permission of Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Inc. Translation copyright © 1967 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Inc.

"T. S. Eliot at Bergen Belsen" by Leslie Mittleman is reprinted by permission of the Reconstructionist, published by the Jewish Reconstructionist Foundation.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Camp Names and Locations xiii
  • Preface xix
  • Part One - A Beginning 1
  • Part Two - The Camps 41
  • The Pre-War Camps - Dachau: a Perfect Model 43
  • The Polish Camps 191
  • The German Camps 209
  • The Czechoslovakian Center 234
  • The Killing Centersexclusive Function Camps 266
  • The Labor/ Extermination Complexes 313
  • Liberation 370
  • Poland 394
  • Part Three - The Indifferent the Slaughterérs the Strugglers 405
  • Appendix I - Camp Directions 447
  • Appendix II - The Camps and Commandants 451
  • Appendix III - The Fate of the Commandants 455
  • Notes 461
  • Sources 503
  • Bibliography 506
  • Index 533
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