Hitler's Death Camps: The Sanity of Madness

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INDEX
Each concentration camp has a separate listing. Individual artists are listed only under "Artists." Individual camp commandants are listed only under "Commandants."
Action Reinhardt (Operation Reinhardt), 29-30, 329
Aftermath (of Holocaust), 13-14, 365, 419-20, 436
and the Auschwitz Complex, 333, 365
and Belsen, 386-93
and Belzec, 275
and Buchenwald, 110-14
and Dachau, 62-64
and Theresienstadt, 238-39
and Treblinka, 311
Ahnenerbe Society, 221-25
Allies
and Auschwitz, 363, 365-68
and bombing of Auschwitz, 366- 68, 407, 411, 416
and children, 412-13
and the Evian Conference, 407, 412
and the Final Solution, 418, 487n34, 495-96 n15 and n22
and Jews: immigration of, 409-10, 412-13; indifference to, xx, 12- 13, 16-17, 23, 365-68, 407, 409, 422, 434-35, 445
and knowledge of the Final Solution, 418, 487n34, 495-96 n15, n22
postwar policy of, 365, 407, 419-20
prewar attitudes of, 407, 409, 412, 417, 421
and War Crimes, 419-20
wartime policy of, 407, 410-11, 413- 16
Anti-Semitism, xxi, 419, 421-31
and churches, 421-30
and deicide, 423-29
and Lutheranism, 425
modern, 428-30, 497n36, 498n37
myths about the Jews, 426-29
theological, 421-30
and the Vatican, 425, 427, 436, 499 n39
See also Jews
Architecture, 34-35
Arendt, Hannah, 14-15, 433
Art
by inmates: see Theresienstadt and Majdanek
in Belsen, 373
in Belzec, 276
in Buchenwald, 88-91
in Chelmno, 267
in Dachau, 45
in Dora/ Nordhausen, 227-28
in Mqjdanek, 314-17
in Mauthausen, 117
in Natzweiler, 217
in Neuengamme, 209
in Prague, 234-37
in Ravensbrück, 134-36
in Sachsenhausen, 69-71
in Sobibor, 284
in Stutthof, 193-95
in Theresienstadt, 239-40, 259-62
in Treblinka, 295
in Warsaw, 397-99
Artists
of monuments: Buskievicz, 267; Cremer, Fritz, 89-91, 117-18, 135-36; Dieters, Ludwig, 69, 89; Duszenko, Franciszek, 295; Falke, 372; Fennaux, L., 216-17; Fiwejski, Fjodor, 69; Graetz, René, 69- 70, 91; Grotewohl, Hans, 89; Grzimek, W., 69, 91; Haupt, Adam, 295; Kies, Hans, 91, 136; Kollwitz, Käthe, 136; Kutzat, Horst, 69, 89; Lammert, Will, 135-36;

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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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