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A History of the Dora Camp: The Untold Story of the Nazi Slave Labor Camp That Secretly Manufactured V-2 Rockets Hardcover – May 27, 2003
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Dora survivor and historian Sellier recounts the history of camp Mittelbau. . . . He supplies a detailed . . . treatment of Mittelbau's subcamps and the 1945 evacuations. . . . As the Reich attempted to cope with the effects of Allied bombing, the Mittelwerk's subterranean forced-labor projects continued to proliferate in 1944. This edition contains an excellent illustrative essay and maps. Recommended. (J.R. White CHOICE)
Brilliant...remarkable. (Jens-Christian Wagner)
An event...will continue to be revered as a standard work on the topic. I highly recommend it to all readers. (Michael J. Neufeld)
The definitive and valuable study...a valuable contribution. (John Weiss)
A fresh view of a horrendous scene. (Raul Hilberg)
A full-bodied Holocaust story. . . . Sellier delivers an effective tale of yet another site in the Nazis' system of war-making through terrible exploitation. (Gerard Alexander The Virginia Quarterly Review)
Complex, nuanced, and balanced. . . . Sellier’s book is an important addition to the scholarship on the Holocaust.
(Michael Peterson, University of Maryland H-Net: Humanities and Social Science Reviews Online)
This is an important contribution to the history of the Holocaust and belongs in every library... (Jewish Book World)