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Kindle version - riddled with errors
on 20 June 2013
A really interesting read, written by authors who are clearly knowledgeable and who have referenced their work superbly. Not the lightest of reads, but an in-depth study of events leading up to the start of the mass exterminations in the death camps. I have just finished the book and was appalled by the number of errors - admittedly mostly typos and formatting errors, but I have just reported 140 of them. I did not expect to have to work out what the authors meant, and unless the printed version is as bad, the translation to the electronic version has not worked very well. If I hadn't spent so long reporting the errors I would have given the book 5 stars.