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“Even in death one could still tell the families – all holding hands”. For a modern generation unaware, immune or indifferent to the horrors of the Holocaust, these simple words throw into sharp relief the very real and very personal tragedy perpetrated by the Nazi regime. Mass murder was systemically exacted on millions of innocent victims regardless of sex, age or understanding of the horrific events unfurling around them. These were not frontline soldiers ready to die in the line of duty. These were men, women and children rounded up like plagued animals and slaughtered on an industrial scale. This fully illustrated hardback book hopes to convey the true tragedy of the Holocaust with detailed accounts of the numerous concentration and death camps, the men and women responsible and the barely comprehensible human cost.

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The Holocaust: Nazi Death Camps
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4.2 / 5
October 1st, 2013
This book is really historically fascinating. I'm only 12.
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Not very convincing .
July 10th, 2013
I read this book with a very sad heart but in some matters the author is very vague and is unable to present an accurate picture of a terrible event in world history.
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Good read
May 25th, 2013
Such an interest in this topic. This book really tells you it first. Very sad but also very true. Never forget.
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