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What Buchenwald Really Means - London, 1945 - First Edition

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What Buchenwald Really Means, By Victor Gollancz – London, April, 1945. A rare publication that discusses the part of the 'silent German majority' in the Nazi extermination machine, as well as the part of other nations as collaborators in the 'Final Solution' program and their response to the mass killing, and tries to check whether Hitler's silent supporters or those who opposed him from the beginning joined the extermination machine in silence due to the fact of being Germans, or whether the mechanism of the he extermination worked with such efficiency, that it simply included those who opposed it at the beginning and not precisely because of the fact that they were Germans. The author also checks the number of non-Jews who were exterminated in the death camps.

The author, one of the first to identify the goals of the Nazi regime and as early as 1933 published the 'Brown Book' in which he exposed Hitler's terrorism. He then published the "Yellow Dot" in which he exposed the Nazi crimes against the Jews, and the important essay: "Let My People Go" - all those essays were published by him in the 1930s even before the Nazis set up mass concentration and extermination camps, and in all of them the author Warn of the approaching danger. Likewise, all those years the author published many articles in the press of the period, in which he reveals the real goals of the Nazi regime. At the time the publication before us was published, the data in the author's possession spoke about 4 million Jews being murdered.

16 p. Very good condition.

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