The Incomparable Crime: Mass Extermination in the Twentieth Century: The Legacy of Guilt

By: Manvell, Roger; Fraenkel,

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The Incomparable Crime: Mass Extermination in the Twentieth Century: The Legacy of Guilt by Manvell, Roger; Fraenkel, Heinrich
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London: Heinemann, 1967. Discusses the significance of the crime of genocide that the third reich perfected, mechanised, and finally commercialised. Does this reflect the condition into which one particular nation allowed itself to degenerate, or does it reveal to a unique degree the dark side of human nature which could at any time emerge elsewhere? CONDITION red bds with crisp gilt title (not worn) Red pub staining to top edge, name inked to ffep, pp 339 with 5 maps of camps layouts, appendices of documents showing the attitude of the SS (except for name condition is PRISTINE) Original wrapper is age yellowed with small chips, in Brodart protective cover.. First Edition. Cloth. Near Fine/Very Good++. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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