Soldiers of Evil by Tom Segev
The Commandants of the Nazi Concentration Camps

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Uses interviews and personnel files in an attempt to understand the commandants and members of the SS who oversaw the Nazi concentration camps and tries to explain their participation in the Holocaust
 

About Tom Segev

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Tom Segev is a columnist for "Ha'aretz," Israel's leading newspaper, & the author of "One Palestine, Complete" & "1949: The First Israelis." His book, "The Seventh Million," has also been made into a documentary film. He lives in Jerusalem.
 
Published September 1, 1988 by Mcgraw-Hill. 240 pages
Genres: History, Travel, Biographies & Memoirs, War. Non-fiction

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Segev attempts to bring into focus the men who in WW II ``consented to making terror their profession,'' and show how they implemented the murder of Jews into their daily routine. The attempt does not

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