By Hans-Christian Jasch,Christoph Kreutzmüller
On 20 January 1942, fifteen senior German govt officers attended a brief assembly in Berlin to debate the deportation and homicide of the Jews of Nazi-occupied Europe. regardless of lasting just a couple of hours, the Wannsee convention is this present day understood as a sign episode within the heritage of the Holocaust, exemplifying the exertions department and bureaucratization that made the "Final answer" attainable. but whereas the convention itself has been exhaustively researched, a lot of its attendees stay rather imprecise. Combining available prose with scholarly rigor, The Participants offers attention-grabbing profiles of the all-too-human males who applied one of the most inhuman acts in history.
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The Participants: The Men of the Wannsee Conference by Hans-Christian Jasch,Christoph Kreutzmüller