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Death Dealer is a disturbing yet fascinating book. What I find most disturbing is the idea the Hoss still had some humanity yet still was able to commit the atrocities that he did. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Ben Boulden
Terrible part of history that we can never allow to be denied or forgotten. Need to read to truly comprehend the unimaginable cruelty man can inflict on man. Read morePublished 2 months ago by LuAnne
It's kind of hard to rate the memoirs of a man who was responsible for the deliberate murder of millions of human beings. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DianeM
Hard to read and follow very fragmented writing much space spent on appendixes. Just to hard to follow so bye.Published 4 months ago by Richard Daybell
Not an inspiring book, but a real tale of a real person. It was enlightening hearing about the running of the camp. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dr. Michael Shaner
There are hundreds of proofreading errors in this book. I don't understand how Amazon can release something of this importance with such shoddy preparation.Published 4 months ago by Edwin T. Rywalt
Enough to say this book is repulsive in so many ways. Hoess oversaw the mass extermination of the Hungarian Jews during the Summer of 1944. Read morePublished 6 months ago by steve uk