The bitch of Buchenwald a history of Buchenwald Death Camp & its notorious commandante, Ilse Koch.
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.
- [United Kingdom] : Artsmagic, c2009
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