Author: Ernst Klee, Willi Dressen, Volker Riess
This is a fascinating yet very disturbing book which presents documents and personal accounts of the Holocaust from the point of view of the perpetrators. It shows that many of the perpetrators were more than willing to carry out the executions of innocent people, those who refused to do so were not punished, and those traumatized after taking part were well looked after. This book may well be difficult to find. Alternative titles are: Those Were the Days - The Holocaust as Seen by the Perpetrators and Bystanders; and The Good Old Days - The Holocaust as Seen by the Perpetrators and Bystanders.
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