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After visiting Cambodia I wanted to understand genocide, so I bought this book. This book makes a significant contribution toward understanding genocide.Published 10 days ago by Misha Spal
Perhaps anti semitism was part and parcel of German cultural makeup and was accentuated during the NAZi years. JG maybe right about that . Read morePublished 17 days ago by liberty man
Fantastic insight into every day Germans who took up the genocide cause with a second thought or an remorse or guilt for their actions.Published 3 months ago by Mirium Dangerfiels
Difficult to read because of all the gruesome and overwhelming descriptions.Published 4 months ago by Jack Perman
Would be informative if author discussed the origins of antisemitism and its relation to western culture.Published 4 months ago by JHP
I consider myself an avid reader and I'm OCD about finishing books....... This is the only book I never finished (finally gave up on page 310). Read morePublished 8 months ago by TheDudeAbides