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What the slave labor in the concentration camps was really used for.
The author proposes intelligent arguments and is very clear about what is fact and what is supposition and what is speculation.
I don't know if Farrell is right about everything he says--is anyone?--but it sure as hell makes for a good read.
The Kindle version of this book is really poor. It was evidently OCR'd and not proofread. You can't have your device read it to you at any point because so many words are... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Kindle Customer
The book is terrific, but I'm giving 3 stars because the Kindle edition I bought looks like they ran it thru some OCR software and then never bothered to proofread or edit the... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Stephen Kovaka
Highly interesting lecture. I have enjoyed it. A referent text. Hector Luis SpinelliPublished 1 month ago by projecta1
As the controller in Jurassic Park said; "Hold onto your Butts!"
Or as the incoming new POTUS, Harry S. Read more
This book provides a fascinating exploration of Nazi war technology and what happened to it after the end of World War II. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ryan M. Healy
Mr Farrell has again put together a body of work worthy for any intelligent, rational being to read, ponder, question, wonder . and discussPublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer