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Konzentrationslager Auschwitz: 6,500.000 Tote klagen an !

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Published by Stern, Wien, 1946
Condition: Good Soft cover
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Octavo. 39, [1]pp. Original illustrated wrappers with red lettering on front cover. Gripping account of the daily horrors and massacres committed by the Nazis at Auschwitz. This work is illustrated throughout with 13 b/w in-text photographic reproductions. Minor sunning and sporadic creasing along edges of wrappers. Pages slightly age-toned along edges. Text in German. Wrappers and interior in overall good condition. Laid in a two-page autograph letter signed by Paul Roman, an Auschwitz inmate. 6" x 8 3/4" , with information and address leaf on the integral leaf verso. Letter dated Auschwitz, Dec. 10, 1944. Auschwitz was the most notorious of the Nazi concentration camps. Some prisoners were killed immediately upon arrival. Others became slave laborers for nearby factories, and most of those were worked to death. The writer of this letter was a slave, as appears from the required use of the word Schutzhäftling before his name in the return address. The word meant a "protected detainee," one in "protective custody " of the most notorious terms in Nazi law. Unlike a judicial prison sentence, protective custody was open ended and was administered by the Gestapo rather than by the courts. A victim was held at the Gestapo's pleasure. The letter was written by Paul Roman (dob 16.12.1908) and sent to Rosa Roman in Vienna. It is stamped with a red German 12 Pfennig stamp bearing the likeness of Adolf Hitler and postmarked in Berlin on 23. 01. 1945. There are normal mailing folds, upper edge of leaf at verso partly chipped with some text missing. Letter in overall fair to good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 34275

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Title: Konzentrationslager Auschwitz: 6,500.000 ...

Publisher: Stern, Wien

Publication Date: 1946

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:Good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First edition.

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