The Auschwitz Concentration Camp – History, Biographies, Remembrance

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This book on the Auschwitz Concentration Camp provides a chronological account from the camp's beginning in 1940 right up to its liberation in January 1945, and beyond. Chris Webb manages to find a balance between detailing the sufferings of the victims and the actions, characters, and fates of the perpetrators. He gives, in a concise form, a thorough and deeply disturbing overview of all aspects of Auschwitz and its many satellite camps. In addition, the book contains a vast collection of photographs and documents, some of them never shown in public before. It ends with the 2017 recollections by students who visited Auschwitz from Teesside University.
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ISBN-13: 9783838211060
ISBN-10: 3838211065
Pagini: 420
Dimensiuni: 148 x 213 x 27 mm
Greutate: 0.63 kg
Ediția: Nouă
Editura: Columbia University Press

Notă biografică

Chris Webb has been researching the Holocaust for over forty-five years. He made his mark by the publication of his remembrance trilogy on the Aktion Reinhardt camps, i.e. Treblinka, Belzec, and Sobibor. In recent years, he has founded a number of Holocaust websites, such as the Holocaust Historical Society, the Holocaust Education and Archive Research Team. He was also involved in the BBC program Auschwitz ¿ The Nazis and the Final Solution in 2005 and a number of other Holocaust-related documentaries, and has donated images from his extensive private archive. He has lectured in a number of universities and given talks at Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations for well over ten years. He has guided study groups in Auschwitz and the former Krakow ghetto and other Holocaust sites in Poland. Webb is also a Research Associate for the Centre of Fascist, Anti-Fascist, and Post-Fascist Studies at Teesside University, and is a member of the Tiergarten4Association e.V. in Berlin. He is married with one daughter and lives in Hampshire.