Germany's Death Space - The Polish Tragedy

By: Aldor, Francis

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261 pages. "Nazi theory has evolved the concept of 'Lebensraum' (living space) - Nazi practice has realised the fact of 'Todesraum' (death space)" - subtitle. Author conversed with scores of Polish refugees in Paris. "As I listened to their stories I saw with searing vividness the similarity between what is happening in Poland today and what happened in Belgium 25 years ago; the similarity and the difference, which lies in the fact that the Germans today are even more brutal, more bestial than they were in 1914-1918. I decided to publish these stories, together with an essay comparing German conduct during the last war and during the present one, and showing that if they have changed at all it has been for the worse. Some of the stories are so horrible that they exhaust all ordinary human capacity for horror and indignation. However, some, at least, of the victims of German blood lust have escaped death. Let them speak." - Publisher's Statement, pages 6-7. Heavy soiling to publisher's yellow cloth. Front hinge starting. Moderate foxing to and near endpapers. Dust jacket not included. A worthy reference copy of this grim testament to the suffering of the Poles in WWII. Enser p.341.

Title: Germany's Death Space - The Polish Tragedy

Author Name: Aldor, Francis

Categories: Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Francis Aldor: 1940

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 515H4332

Keywords: World War 1939-1945 - War Crimes, World War 1939-1945 - Poland, Cardinal Hlond,