A milestone in Holocaust historiography. (Christopher Browning, New York Review of Books
absorbing ... a precise and moving account (Jane Caplan, Times Literary Supplement
The readers of this book will obtain a new and different perspective on the Holocaust as its central figure serves as an example of the vast number of Nazis in administrative positions who made the process of systematic killing possible by their dedicated and diligent commitment to a murderous regime. (Gerhard L. Weinberg, History Book Club
About the Author
Mary Fulbrook is Professor of German History at University College London. She has written widely on modern German history, including A Concise History of Germany; A History of Germany 1918-2000: The Divided Nation; German National Identity after the Holocaust; Anatomy of a Dictatorship: Inside theGDR; and The People's State: East German Society from Hitler to Honecker. Her most recent book is Dissonant Lives: Generations and Violence through the German Dictatorships. A fellow of the British Academy, she is former Chair of the German History Society and a member of the Academic Advisory Board of the Foundation for the former Concentration Camps at Buchenwald and Mittelbau-Dora.