Dachau And The Ss

Author by : Christopher Dillon
Language : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : Dachau and the SS studies the concentration camp guards at Dachau, the first SS concentration camp and a national 'school' of violence for its concentration camp personnel. Set up in the first months of Adolf Hitler's rule, Dachau was a bastion of the Nazi 'revolution' and a key springboard for the ascent of Heinrich Himmler and the SS to control of the Third Reich's terror and policing apparatus. Throughout the pre-war era of Nazi Germany, Dachau functioned as an academy of violence where concentration camp personnel were schooled in steely resolution and the techniques of terror. An international symbol of Nazi depredation, Dachau was the cradle of a new and terrible spirit of destruction. Combining extensive new research into the pre-war history of Dachau with theoretical insights from studies of perpetrator violence, this book offers the first systematic study of the 'Dachau School'. It explores the backgrounds and socialization of thousands of often very young SS men in the camp and critiques the assumption that violence was an outcome of personal or ideological pathologies. Christopher Dillon analyses recruitment to the Dachau SS and evaluates the contribution of ideology, training, social psychology and masculine ideals to the conduct and subsequent careers of concentration camp guards. Graduates of the Dachau School would go on to play a central role in the wartime criminality of the Third Reich, particularly at Auschwitz. Dachau and the SS makes an original contribution to scholarship on the pre-history of the Holocaust and the institutional organisation of violence.


Tolerance Means Weakness The Dachau Concentration Camp S S Militarism And Masculinity1

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Description : Abstract Dachau concentration camp served throughout the pre‐war period of the Third Reich as the national 'school of violence' for S.S. concentration camp personnel. Yet, typically of the pre‐war Nazi camps, its history has been written by former prisoners rather than historians and offers little analysis of the S.S. personnel. This article focuses on these personnel by considering the contribution of the entangled concepts of militarism and masculinity to the 'Dachau School' and to the particularly violent culture of Dachau. It concludes that any attempt to account for the conduct of the guards must incorporate these cultural ideals and their influence on social relationships in the camp.


Legacies Of Dachau

Author by : Harold Marcuse
Language : en
Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : A unified interpretation of the historical, political and remembered culture of Dachau concentration camp, first published in 2001.


Soldiers Of Destruction

Author by : Charles W. Sydnor
Language : en
Publisher by : Princeton University Press
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Description : Surveys the emergence of the Nazi SS and its Death's Head Division, noting the impact of this elite and powerful army upon military history


Dachau Liberated

Author by : Michael Wiley Perry
Language : en
Publisher by : Inkling Books
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Description : Chilling details from the American Seventh Army report about the liberation of prisoners from Dachau's death camps, with diary entries and eyewitness accounts.


Unsung Heroes Of The Dachau Trials

Author by : John J. Dunphy
Language : en
Publisher by : McFarland
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Description : The U.S. Army 7708 War Crimes Group investigated atrocities committed in Germany and Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II. These young Americans--many barely out of their teens--gathered evidence, interviewed witnesses, apprehended suspects and prosecuted defendants at trials held at Dachau. Their work often put them in harm's way--some suspects facing arrest preferred to shoot it out. The WCG successfully prosecuted the perpetrators of the Malmedy Massacre, in which 84 American prisoners of war were shot by their German captors, and Waffen-SS commando Otto Skorzeny, aptly described as "the most dangerous man in Europe." Operation Paperclip, however, placed some war criminals--scientists and engineers recruited by the U.S. government--beyond their reach. From the ruins of the Third Reich arose a Nazi underground that preyed on Americans--especially members of the WCG.


Nazi Concentration Camp Commandants 1933 1945

Author by : Ian Baxter
Language : en
Publisher by : Pen and Sword
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Description : Using many rare and unpublished images this book identifies and delves into the characters of the notorious men who were instrumental in one of the greatest crimes against humanity in World history.??Through words and pictures the chilling truth emerges. In many respects these monsters were all too normal. Rudolf Hess, the Commandant of Auschwitz, was a family man and hospitable host and yet while there is no record of his committing acts of violence personally he presided over a regime that accounted for over a million deaths. Others such as Amon Goeth and Josef Kramer personally promoted violence and terror and took pleasure from ever more brutal practices. They were competitive in obtaining 'results'. While following orders from above they did not hesitate to use their own initiative in pursuit of their barbaric objectives.??Every occupied country in Europe was touched by the 'Final Solution' and despite the capture, trials and punishment of these leading perpetrators the stain of man's inhumanity to man, woman and child remains ineradicable.??Justice came too late for millions but the lessons learnt must never be forgotten and this book throws new light on the managers of the murderous Holocaust process.


The Dachau Concentration Camp 1933 To 1945

Author by : Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte
Language : en
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The Dachau Defendants

Author by : Fern Overbey Hilton
Language : en
Publisher by : McFarland
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Description : "Written from primary source documents including official files and reviews of the trials, the book describes the cases and provides defendants' personal details: upbringing, education, career choices, their behavior during the trials, and their lives afterward. The study concludes with an appendix, arranged by series, of all cases by number and name of the case (defendant), and a bibliography. It is illustrated with photographs of the defendants and relevant sites and events."--BOOK JACKET.


Dachau 1933 1945

Author by : Paul Berben
Language : en
Publisher by : London : Norfolk Press
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