Death Dealer: The Memoirs of the SS Kommandant at Auschwitz

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DEATH
DEALER
THE MEMOIRS
OF THE SS KOMMANDANT
AT AUSCHWITZ

BY RUDOLPH HÖSS

EDITED BY STEVEN PASKULY
TRANSLATED BY ANDREW POLLINGER

Prometheus Books
59 John Glenn Drive
Amherst, NewYork 14228-2197

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Death Dealer - The Memoirs of the Ss Kommandant at Auschwitz *
  • Contents *
  • Preface *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Translator's Note *
  • Introduction *
  • Part I - Memoirs *
  • 1 - The Final Solution of the Jewish Question in Concentration Camp Auschwitz *
  • 2 - Early Years *
  • 3 - An Early Traumatic Experience *
  • 4 - World War I *
  • 5 - Battles of the Free Corps *
  • 6 - On Trial for Murder *
  • 7 - In Prison *
  • 8 - Insights into the Criminal Mind *
  • 9 - Prison Psychosis *
  • 10 - Model Prisoner *
  • 11 - Freedom *
  • 12 - The Artamans *
  • 13 - Again a Soldier *
  • 14 - The Early Concentration Camps *
  • 15 - The Types of Guards *
  • 16 - Experiences in Sachsenhausen *
  • 17 - Kommandant of Auschwitz *
  • 18 - The Russian Prisoners of War *
  • 19 - The Gypsies *
  • 20 - The Jews *
  • 21 - The Women's Camp *
  • 22 - The Gassings *
  • 23 - Chief of the Department of Inspectors of Concentration Camps *
  • 24 - 1945-47 *
  • 25 - Some Final Thoughts *
  • Part II - Final Letters 186
  • 26 - The Final Letters to His Wife and Children *
  • 27 - Epilogue *
  • Part III - Profiles of the Camps *
  • 28 - Rules and Regulations for Concentration Camps *
  • Part IV - Profiles of the Ss *
  • 29 - Profiles of the Ss *
  • 30 - Night and Fog—Meerschaum *
  • 31 - Lebensborn *
  • 32 - Explanation of the Three Concurrent Ss Ranks *
  • 33 - Ss Tattoos *
  • Appendix I - Incident at Budy *
  • Appendix II - Chronology of the Important Events at Auschwitz-Birkenau *
  • Appendix III - Wannsee Conference Minutes *
  • Bibliography *
  • Name Index *
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