Holocaust- the documentary Holocaust by Robert Wolfe -1993 - PDF ebook

Holocaust-  the documentary evidence by Robert Wolfe

Holocaust-  the documentary evidence

The book contains rare illustrations 

Excerpt from the introduction:

The other day I visited a German internment camp. I never dreamed that such cruelty, bestiality, and savagery could really exist in this world! It was horrible.

 — Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower to Mamie Eisenhower Reims, April 15,1945 

I made the visit [to a German internment camp near Gotha] deliberately, in order to be in a position to give firsthand evidence of these things if ever, in the future, there develops a tendency to charge these allegations merely to “propaganda.” 
—Eisenhower to Gen. George C. Marshall April 15,1945

" Secret” When I found the first camp like that I think I never was so angry in my life. ... I think people ought to know about such things. It explains something of my attitude toward the German war criminal. ... I think the people at home ought to know what they are fighting for and the kind of person they are fighting. 
—Eisenhower to Pentagon Press Conference June 18, 1945,

World War II is an event so massive in scale and so far-reaching in effect that we still live with its consequences and struggle to grasp its meaning. Nazi Germany called into question not only territorial boundaries and the world balance of power but also Western concepts of progress, democracy, and the definition of humanity itself. 

War has always involved death, most obviously of military combatants, but the documents in this booklet reveal something very different: the heart of a campaign of planned genocide, the intentional destruction of deliberately selected groups of people. 

The documents record decisions and policies that were part of a larger plan to create a new European social order based on race, a society that was being built by military force, mass resettlement, mass enslavement, and mass murder. 

Because this aspect of World War II raises profoundly troubling questions about human nature and modern society, it is important to understand these documents in their political and ideological context and in relation to the nature of the war and who died and why. It is helpful to start with the numbers of deaths in the war because they reveal significant disparities among countries. The total number of deaths worldwide is estimated to be from 35 million to 60 million. Examples of Estimated Deaths by Country of Origin in World War II.

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