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Anatomy of the SS state / Helmut Krausnick ... [et al] ; translated from the German by Richard Barry, Marian Jackson, Dorothy Long ; introduction by Elizabeth Wiskemann.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DD253.6 .A522 1968

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    Uniform Title
    Anatomie des SS-Staates. English
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Institut für Zeitgeschichte (Munich, Germany)
    Published
    New York : Walker, 1968
    Locale
    Germany
    Soviet Union
    Contents
    The persecution of the Jews / by Helmut Krausnick
    The SS : instrument of domination / by Hans Buchheim
    Command and compliance / by Hans Buchheim
    The concentration camps, 1933-45 / by Martin Broszat
    The Kommissarbefehl and mass executions of Soviet Russian prisoners of war / by Hans-Adolf Jacobsen.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Krausnick, Helmut.
    Notes
    Statements prepared by four members of the institute for presentation at the war crimes trials held in Frankfurt am Main beginning Dec. 20, 1963.
    Bibliography: p. [601]-604.
    The persecution of the Jews / by Helmut Krausnick -- The SS : instrument of domination / by Hans Buchheim -- Command and compliance / by Hans Buchheim -- The concentration camps, 1933-45 / by Martin Broszat -- The Kommissarbefehl and mass executions of Soviet Russian prisoners of war / by Hans-Adolf Jacobsen.

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    Language
    English
    Physical Description
    xv, 614 p. ; 22 cm.

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