Majdanek un camp d'extermination - The Majdanek extermination camp - by Constantin simonov - a report issued by the Polish - Soviet Commission of Inquiry at the end of the war, about the atrocities of the Nazis in the Majdanek death camp. Paris .
An early report by the Polish - Soviet Commission of Inquiry into the Majdanek extermination camp, its methods of operation by the Nazis, and the mass extermination. In the first part, Simonov describes how the camp is constructed by Jewish and Poles captives, the extermination process - the disinfection, the use of the cyclone B gas for mass destruction - Many details first revealed about the size and structure of the room and the way in which the gas was injected into the murdered, the crematorium and cremation (including horrific descriptions of how it was cremated, the number of cremations burned in a day and more), Hanging, shooting, the various methods of torture of the Nazis within what was called the "Evening Order", and in other ways. Simonov describes in detail the mass execution that took place in the camp in November 1943 - in which 18,000 prisoners were killed in one day by firing with shooting machines into pre-prepared pits in which the prisoners were executed and more. In the second part, testimonies of inmate survivors of Majdanek describe the atrocities of the camp, mentioning the names of their murdered comrades, and many details about their murder.
The report is based on internal documents of the SS chiefs of the camp commanders from 1941-1944 that were found during and after the war, as well as the testimonies of prisoners.
Rare. Not in the National Library.
40 p. 21 cm. very good condition.