The Villa, the Lake, the Meeting: Wannsee and the Final Solution

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Allen Lane The Penguin Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Antisemitism - 151 pages
'The villa, the lake, the meeting' is the first account of the Wannsee conference. Unraveling the historical mystery, Roseman shows how Wannsee fits into the tortuous process through which the 'Final Solution' took on its eventual, horrific meaning. Rosem

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'Engrossing and chilling, it helps our understanding of Wannsee's place on the twisted path to genocide’ SUNDAY TIMES In 1947, American prosecutors were collecting information for the Nuremberg trials ... Read full review

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A short, focussed book on the Wannsee Conference; the event that codified the Holocaust. Roseman examines the Holocaust through the burning lens of this pivotal event, and uses his analysis of Nazi ... Read full review

Contents

Mein Kampf to mass murder 191941
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Mass murder to genocide
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The villa the lake the meeting 5 5
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Mark Roseman teaches modern history at the University of Southhampton in England & has published widely on many aspects of the 20th century German history. He lives in Birmingham, England.

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