Walter Poller, Ballantine Books, NY, 1964, Softcover with 240 pages + 16 pages of photographs.


Back cover blurb:

BUCHENWALD... the very name has come to epitomise the lowest vilest depths of man's inhumanity to man.

There have been many books about the horror of Hitler's concentration camps, but this is the first inside report on the infamous medical block at BUCHENWALD. Walter Poller was a prisoner assigned as secretary to the Nazi camp doctor. In this book he describes the ghastly "experiments" performed-often without anasesthetics on living prisoners. He tells of horrors even the Nazi officials tried to hide in their private reports.

Burningly sincere, profoundly moving this is the story of a survivor of BUCHENWALD, where 56,000 men, woman and children died of disease, deliberate starvation, sadistic brutality and cold-blooded mass murder. Illustrated with 8 pages of photographs taken in the camp.


Condition: Good + Book has tinting to pages and a light crease on spine, very good solid copy.

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