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|Contents:||List of Tables and FiguresAcknowledgmentsPt. IIntroduction11Entry32Absolute Power163On the History of the Concentration Camps28Pt. IISpace and Time454Zones and Camp Plans475Boundary and Gate556The Block657Camp Time738Prisoner's Time82Pt. IIISocial Structures959The SS Personnel9710Classes and Classifications11711Self-Management and the Gradation of Power13012The Aristocracy14513Mass, Exchange, Dissociation153Pt. IVWork16514Work and Slavery16715The Beneficiaries17316Work Situations185Pt. VViolence and Death19717The Muselmann19918Epidemics20619Terror Punishment21420Violent Excesses22321Selection24122The Death Factory259Epilogue276Selected Glossary and Abbreviations283Abbreviations Used in Notes and Bibliography289Notes291Bibliography343|
"[Sofsky] shows the structure of the concentration camp as a complex place of modern civilization. What he has achieved will take your breath away... He has written a book which will fundamentally