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Auschwitz : The Nazis & The 'Final Solution': The Nazis and the… (utgåvan 2005)

av Laurence Rees (Författare)

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Auschwitz-Birkenau is the site of the largest mass murder in human history. Yet its story is not fully known. In Auschwitz, Laurence Rees reveals new insights from more than 100 original interviews with Auschwitz survivors and Nazi perpetrators who speak on the record for the first time. Their testimonies provide a portrait of the inner workings of the camp in unrivalled detail-from the techniques of mass murder, to the politics and gossip mill that turned between guards and prisoners, to the on-camp brothel in which the lines between those guards and prisoners became surprisingly blurred. Rees examines the strategic decisions that led the Nazi leadership to prescribe Auschwitz as its primary site for the extinction of Europe's Jews-their "Final Solution." He concludes that many of the horrors that were perpetrated in Auschwitz were driven not just by ideological inevitability but as a "practical" response to a war in the East that had begun to go wrong for Germany. A terrible immoral pragmatism characterizes many of the decisions that determined what happened at Auschwitz. Thus the story of the camp becomes a morality tale, too, in which evil is shown to proceed in a series of deft, almost noiseless incremental steps until it produces the overwhelming horror of the industrial scale slaughter that was inflicted in the gas chambers of Auschwitz. Insights gleaned from more than one hundred original interviews shed new light on history's most famous death camp, with the testimonies of survivors providing a detailed and chilling portrait of the camp's inner workings, in a companion volume to the PBS documentary.… (mer)
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Titel:Auschwitz : The Nazis & The 'Final Solution': The Nazis and the Final Solution
Författare:Laurence Rees (Författare)
Info:BBC Books (2005), Edition: 01, 400 pages
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The history of the development of Auschqitz-Birkenau is one filled with horror, secrets, and often confusion, but this book does an admirable job of exploring many of the topics that get glossed over. I was very impressed particularly with the effort that the author made to examine the mindsets of many of the Nazy leaders who had direct influence over Jewish policy and the development of the death camps, as well as discusses the stories of lesser SS members who were involved in the everyday running of the camps. Much of this type of psychological speculation is just that - speculation - even though we do have many interviews, documents, and memoirs to work with, but by asking these questions we may be able to answer some of the large social questions that surround that time period, and come to realizations about why these events happenned. ( )
  JaimieRiella | Feb 25, 2021 |
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  David.llib.cat | Oct 27, 2020 |
Loved this book. Lots of really detailed information on the history of Auschwitz and the Nazis who ran it. Also dealt briefly at the end what life was like for some of the prisoners who either escaped or who were liberated. All presented in an engaging and entertaining way by Mr Rees. Well done! ( )
  mick745 | Apr 8, 2020 |
Excellent tome on The Final Solution, focusing (of course) on Auschwitz, the foremost concentration camp in The Third Reich, if one counts by the number of dead. Rees has researched the subject for many years, and even facts from the 21st century are included here. Apart from the sheer chronological dealings, Rees exemplifies, factualises and explains everything in lay-person terms, going to great extent to bring out the humanity of it all, i.e. how humans are at their worst and best in a variety of ways, before, during and after WWII. A must-read, as a brilliant accommodation to the likewise brilliant BBC TV series. ( )
  pivic | Mar 20, 2020 |
Quizás la obra definitiva acerca de la solución final de los nazis. Finalmente fue todo para robar. El libro es impresionante y emotivo. Lo más terrible es el relato de quienes vieron a los niños. Auschwitz fue una solución de compromiso entre los nazis que decían que había que matar de inmediato a los judios y quienes decían que había que hacerlos trabajar. Aquí se mataron de inmediato y el resto se puso a trabajar hasta la muerte. Aun así courrieron historias increibles de fugas e incluso romance entre un oficial SS y una prisionera judia. El libro se lee sin descanso y quizás la única parte innecesaria es aquella que hace referencia a los excesos sovieticos, a manera de empate moral. Discute además el rol de los aliados quienes hicieron la vista gorda a los informes que indicaban su existencia. Cuando estuve en Cracovia no tuve el ánimo suficiente como para ir a Auschwitz. El autor indica al final las matanzas y genocidios de Gengis Khan y las cruzadas y se pregunta si algún día todo lo que ocurrió no será más que un vago recuerdo o una nota al pié de página. Ojalá no y este libro hace un buen intento de mantener viva la memoria y recoger el testimonio de los supervivientes.
La pregunta que uno se hace al leer todo es que habría pasado si a mi me hubiese tocado? Hubiese sido un eficiente oficial? Habría aceptado que me llevasen a mi y mi familia a un campo de concentración? Hubiese aceptado vivir en la casa de una familia deportada? Hubiese aceptado un negocio de una familia deportada? Lo que si estoy seguro que no habría hecho es participar d ela serie de sádidos experimentos llevados a cabo de los oficiales médicos, en particular por Mengele. ( )
  sergiouribe | Sep 19, 2019 |
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Auschwitz-Birkenau is the site of the largest mass murder in human history. Yet its story is not fully known. In Auschwitz, Laurence Rees reveals new insights from more than 100 original interviews with Auschwitz survivors and Nazi perpetrators who speak on the record for the first time. Their testimonies provide a portrait of the inner workings of the camp in unrivalled detail-from the techniques of mass murder, to the politics and gossip mill that turned between guards and prisoners, to the on-camp brothel in which the lines between those guards and prisoners became surprisingly blurred. Rees examines the strategic decisions that led the Nazi leadership to prescribe Auschwitz as its primary site for the extinction of Europe's Jews-their "Final Solution." He concludes that many of the horrors that were perpetrated in Auschwitz were driven not just by ideological inevitability but as a "practical" response to a war in the East that had begun to go wrong for Germany. A terrible immoral pragmatism characterizes many of the decisions that determined what happened at Auschwitz. Thus the story of the camp becomes a morality tale, too, in which evil is shown to proceed in a series of deft, almost noiseless incremental steps until it produces the overwhelming horror of the industrial scale slaughter that was inflicted in the gas chambers of Auschwitz. Insights gleaned from more than one hundred original interviews shed new light on history's most famous death camp, with the testimonies of survivors providing a detailed and chilling portrait of the camp's inner workings, in a companion volume to the PBS documentary.

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