Written without recourse to sensationalist language which emphasises the chilling ordinariness of the transition a human being can undergo in the wrong circumstances. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Annecam
This is a pretty bland book does not really contain any detail about the death camps, you can get better detail from GooglePublished 5 months ago by KMH
Very good value for money. An interesting book for students who are studying the Final Solution from a historical point of view.Published 9 months ago by daisy lou
Reading any book about the Holocaust is naturally a disturbing experience. The book does not spare graphic descriptions of the horror, the pure, abject, terrifying horror of the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nick Lincoln
A book in which Gitta gets access to her Stangl and asks the question Why?
Stangl meanwhile cannot see what has happened, shut down and shut off, he puts up a huge... Read more
I found this book both fascinating and well written. The title is well described as it shows the steady decline of the man to the monster making a little more of a moral compromise... Read morePublished 20 months ago by TP
The book was,as expected, a good piece of journalism with the facts well presented. Occasional flashes of personal opinion from the author stops it being a sterile history class.Published on 25 Aug 2012 by RHS