The History of a Forgotten German Camp

Un libro in lingua di Tomasz Ceran edito da Tauris Academic Studies, 2015

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Although often overlooked, anti-Polish sentiment was central to Nazi ideology. At the outset of World War II, Hitler initiated a process of 'depolonization' (Entpolonisierung) that resulted in the death and dislocation of a significant number of Polish people living in Nazi-occupied territories. By examining Nazi policies of indirect extermination through a detailed study of Szmalcówka, a 'displacement' camp located in Torun in Reichsgau Danzig-West Prussia, Tomasz Ceran adds to the understanding of how it was possible for such atrocities to occur. This book provides both an in-depth historical account of a little-known camp and an important analysis of Nazi practices and policy-making in the Polish territories which they annexed. A strong addition to World War II literature, Ceran's book is essential reading for anyone interested in World War II, Polish History, Nazi Ideologies and the nature of violence and resilience.

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