TERREUR EN FRANCE LES ATROCITES ALLEMANDES ET VICHYSTES EN FRANCE - Terrorism in France The atrocities of the Germans in Vichy in France. Rare publication published by le centre d'information et de press au Mexique du Gouvernement Provisoire de la Republique Francaise - The Information and Press Center in Mexico of the Provisional Government of the French Republic. Mexico, October 1944 - Only about a month and a half after the liberation of France - Accompanied by harsh and preliminary photographs of Nazi crimes in France. Extremely rare publication. On the page before the title page is a dedication by Nazi Hunter Beate Klarsfeld in French: Pour André de moi, il a lu très attentivement. très important Beate Künzel - "Andre from me, read very carefully very important Beate Künzel" (Künzel is her name from the house - Beate Augusta Kinzel).
The earliest known publication we know that came out after the liberation of France, exposing the crimes of the Nazis in its territory during the war. Nazi crimes in Limoges, Nice, Paris, Lyon, and other French cities. Includes a special chapter on the expulsion, torture, and murder of the French intellectuals in Auschwitz. Detailed and difficult-to-read evidence, accompanied by hard and rare photographs first published here, including photographs of those murdered by the Gestapo in the Nice area, human bones in the Lublin crematorium, the entrance to the gas chambers in Majdanek, The chimney through which cyclone B gas flowed to kill the Jews in the gas chambers, Passports of prisoners from all European countries found in Majdanek, corpses of prisoners tortured and murdered by SS soldiers, corpses killed by the Gestapo hours before the liberation of Paris, the underground room of the Gestapo headquarters in Paris in witch the Germans burned people alive by spilling and igniting a liquid - the photo shows police officers demonstrating how the murdered people grabbed the asbestos walls in an attempt to climb up, and the murdered men's handprints on the wall, a hard-hitting photo taken at the end of the war shows the families of the dead passing by the bodies in an attempt to identify their murdered relatives, and more.
Beata Klarsfeld (born February 13, 1939) is a German-French journalist known for her struggle to expose and punish Nazi war criminals. Together with her husband Serge Klarsfeld, Beate Klarsfeld was able to detect with the help of detailed documentation many war crimes committed by the Nazis and to follow in the footsteps of those who managed to escape punishment at the end of World War II, including Kurt Lishka, Alois Brunner, Klaus Barbie, Ernest Ellers, Kurt Esha and others. In 1974, she received the Ghetto Fighters' Medal of Courage and was nominated several times for the Nobel Peace Prize. In February 2012 she was nominated as a candidate on behalf of the Di Linke party for the presidency of Germany. In 2016, Aryeh Deri - the then Minister of the Interior - granted her Israeli citizenship in recognition of her significant contribution to the State of Israel and the Jewish people.
118  p. A complete copy with the original illustrated dust jacket. Stains. Good condition.