National Gedenkstätte Buchenwald auf dem Ettersberg bei Weimar: n/a

National Gedenkstätte Buchenwald auf dem Ettersberg bei Weimar

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Published by VEB Volkskunstverlag, Reichenbach, 1958
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Oblong Octavo. 47 (1)pp. Original gray quarter cloth over gray paper-covered boards with red and gray lettering on cover. Collection of documents, sketches and maps with detailed description of everyday life and the facilities of the concentration camp Buchenwald near Weimar. A publication published on the occasion of the dedication of Buchenwald as a National Memorial of the GDR. Profusely illustrated with at times gruesome b/w photographs of the camp, prisoners, the gas bannisters and ovens, syringes, confiscated weapons, torture equipment, labor sites and housing for prisoners. Also included are reproductions of artwork depicting the misery at the camp, diagrams elucidating the profits of the IG Farben, a chemical corporation supplying the bulk of the gas used to kill the prisoners, a plan of the infamous horse stable where 7,000 Russian prisoners of war were murdered and other details relating to this horrendous death-camp. Walter Bartel, one of the inmates, describes the activities of the resistance in Block 38 and the publication concludes with a detailed description of the layout of the concentration camp. Text in German. Binding rubbed with minor stains and light wear along edges, minor chips. Binding in overall good, interior in very good condition. General wear, otherwise very good. Bookseller Inventory # 37274

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Title: National Gedenkstätte Buchenwald auf dem ...

Publisher: VEB Volkskunstverlag, Reichenbach

Publication Date: 1958

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: First edition.

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