Historama presente un dossier choc sur les nazis- les fillieres d'evasion nazies - medecins nazis et cobayes humains - le tresor nazi - "Historama" presents a shock file on the Nazis - the Nazi escape networks - Nazi doctors and human guinea pigs - the Nazi robbery. Three bound "Historama" issues (No. 29, 30, 31), all devoted to documenting Nazi crimes, Nazi war criminals who managed to escape after the war, the theft of Jewish property committed by the Nazis during the war, and the fate of this property. Editors: Aziz Philippe, Michard Philippe Didier Gérard. France, 1970s.
Three bound issues dealing with the Nazis and their crimes. The first issue features extensive articles about the escape network of war criminals, sponsored by the Church in Rome, to South America. The magazine presents buildings that served as hiding places for Nazi war criminals after the war in various places such as a hotel in Strasbourg, the Christian asylum near Genoa and other places, Louvois Castle near Marne, and details about Nazi war criminals who were still not found in the 1970s, including senior Gestapo commanders such as Martin Bormann, Dr. Mengele, the war criminal and Gestapo commander Müller who escaped and hid in the Soviet Union, the head of Nazi intelligence Walter Schellenberg, Colonel Walter Brunner, who was responsible for the extermination of Jews in Eastern Europe, as well as those who led the Hitler Youth movement, which indoctrinated young people into the Nazi ideology, in an attempt to trace their escape routes.
Also appears a special chapter dealing with the Jewish organizations that pursued Nazi war criminals immediately after the war and managed to find some of them, as well as Tuvia Friedman's successes in locating Nazi war criminals, Simon Wiesenthal's role in capturing Adolf Eichmann, and more.
The second booklet deals with the most terrible crimes committed since the dawn of history - the experiments carried out by the Nazis on human beings - prisoners of Auschwitz, Buchenwald, Ravensbrück and others. There are extensive articles about how these experiments were carried out, the locations, and the bitter fate of the prisoners on whose bodies those experiments were performed. This section is accompanied by horrifying photographs of death camp inmates with severe bodily harm.
The third booklet deals with Nazi looting - who devised the plan to loot Jewish property, what the Nazis planned to do with it, how the Nazis robbed Jewish property in ghettos and death camps, systematic robbery of museums in the occupied territories of the Reich, the trade route of the Jews' stolen property, the finding of stolen property after the war by the Allies and its return, and more.
160 + 161 + 160 p. A separate title page for each part. Colored title pages, black and white photographs, Very good condition.