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    The Story of the SS

    Unbelievable that the people who helped carry out the most heinous crimes ever committed were set free or had their convictions overturned after spending only 1-2years in prison. No wonder the victims felt and still feel today they and what happened to them and their families have been forgotten and no one longer cares. What an international tradgedy!!
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    The name speaks loudly of terror

    It's hard to imagine just what happened but I was alive and remember the horrors of the extermination camps/ factories But to learn that the Catholic Church actually helped these bastards escape takes some coming to terms with and disgusts me
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    very good read

    I thought is it was very Historical accurate, and told the story very comprehensibly of the SS and its inception and the part in played it World War Two. It was an engrossing read which i enjoyed very much
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    The Story of the AS

    Chilling, frightening. Could it happen again?
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    Excellent view on the horror of what is humanity

    Excellently researched, perhaps the following quote from the book, sums it up: "I hope that this execution is the last act of the tragedy of the second world war and that the lessons taken from this world war will be that peace and understanding should exist between peoples." - Arthur Seyss-Inquart at his own execution after being convicted of planning, initiating and waging wars of aggression, war crimes and crimes against humanity at the Nuremberg trials.
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