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The bitch of Buchenwald a history of Buchenwald Death Camp & its notorious commandante, Ilse Koch

Publication | Library Call Number: DVD-0276

Describes the most famous German accused of having committed atrocities during World War II. Ilse Koch has won a diabolic kind of immortality as the lady with the lampshade made from human skin. Puts her career in context of the German Nazi era. As the wife of a concentration camp commander, she was to grow accustomed to a privileged existence. Her lifestyle was financed mainly through embezzlement. Her activities saw her brought before a court of the SS and later in front of the American Military Tribunal, and finally the German High Court, were she would be found guilty of crimes against humanity.

Format
Projected medium
Published
[United Kingdom] : Artsmagic, c2009
Language
English
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