978-0-14-100042-8 / 9780141000428

Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland


Publisher:Penguin Group(CA)



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Paperback. Pub Date: 2001 Pages: 304 Publisher: Penguin This detailed and harrowing study of a single group of mostly middle-aged policemen from Provincial Germany has achieved Classic status among histories of the Holocaust. Far from being demonic and hate- filled sadists. most of the group had no history of anti-semitism or of far right politics. owning explores the motivation of these men and the horribly familiar mechanisms of man-management and group solidarity that reduced a team of ordinary men into a bestial instrument of madness. It is a book that offers no comfort to those who seek to explain the Holocaust in terms of German exceptionalism. but it is a significant contribution to the history of World War II.Contents: One morning in Jozefow; the Order Police; the Order Police and the Final Solution - Russia 1941; the Order Police and the Final Solution - deportation...

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