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    Many books and movies have focused exclusively on the more salacious details of the brutality at the "sharp end" of the Holocaust - the death squads and death camps. Through it's examination of the role of German women in "the Final Solution", this book takes a broader perspective, looking into those who were the "desk murderers" - clerks, secretaries and administrators, both male and female - who routinely signed and implemented orders that ultimately killed millions. It delves into the psychology of those involved at all levels - from the mental conditioning that took place during training to the rationalizing and disassociation that took place on a daily basis. In a manner that is chilling in it's implications, this book answers a question that has haunted the post-war generation: how could such a henous act be perpetrated? And unfortunately, the answer is...all too easily.
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    Hitler's Furies

    Shocking read. Yet, it shows the complexity of what was the holocaust; and the madness that corrupted the human spirit. Evil completely demonstrated and an evil that spread like a virus. I recommend this read. May no human being suffer - ever.

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