The Good Old Days: The Holocaust As Seen by Its Perpetrators and Bystanders

Ernst Klee, Willi Dressen, Volker Riess
Free Press, 1991 - 314 sivua
The title "The Good Old Days" comes from a private photo album kept by a concentration camp commandant. This macabre title introduces an equally disturbing collection of diaries, letters home, and confidential reports written by the executioners and sympathetic observers of the Holocaust, and illustrated with numerous photographs they took as "souvenirs" of their work.

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A particularly chilling account of the indifference of average people during the Holocaust. This book consists mostly of letters and diary entries by average people and soldiers during WWII. One ... Lue koko arvostelu

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What makes this book somewhat disturbing, is that these are just people. People who do terrible things. Even if they know in their hearts they are wrong, they do them anyway. Some enjoy their life ... Lue koko arvostelu


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