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    This book is about the frailty of being human.

    The atrocities relating to the Holocaust are too numerous to count. Dr. Ana Rubio Serrano has taken a very different approach to this time in history. Her writing dares the reader to put aside the actual brutal acts found with the usual telling of Nazi history and offers instead a reasonable understanding of how and why such an atrocity occured. This is not another account of the "bad guy" Nazi. It is far more than that. It is all of it; the doctors who still believe they kept their hippocratic oath, the Jews within the concentration camps who killed their own for another day of life themselves, the seemingly little resistance of the prisoners, and the soulless beings the Nazis became. This book is about the frailty of every human being with a desire and a need to belong to the human race; and the inability or unwillingness at first to realize they have come away from their own thoughts and have been assimilated into a collective reasoning. I would highly recommend this book.
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    Great book you won’t be able to put down.

    The author analyzes the core reasons of Evil in the Third Reich. The book shows how ordinary people may become faceless murderers. For Dr. Rubio-Serrano, Nazis carried out their terrorist acts as banal choices by justifying themselves through their situation, identity and beliefs. Violence, crimes were all socialized in a society who nobody was safe. Evil against the Other was possible because the Other was not a “human being” anymore. Victims are given their own voices in this book as well: surprising behaviors and responses. Incredibly well-written and well documented. Highly recommended.
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