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|All Authors / Contributors:||
David Wingeate Pike
|Description:||xxiv, 442 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Pt. I. The SS archipelago. 1. Captives in the Channel Islands. 2. Deported to the Stalags. 3. The Spaniards and the KZ universe. 4. Classification and stratification. 5. Opposing programmes: extenuation versus extermination. 6. Everyday life in the KZ. 7. Oranienburg, Buchenwald and Mauthausen compared. 8. The survival of the evidence --
Pt. II. Mauthausen, Category Three. 1. The arrival. 2. The outer circle: the SS staff. 3. The inner circle: the Kapos. 4. The first Spanish contingents. 5. International friction and the brothel. 6. The Spaniards as seen by others. 7. The paradox of entertainment. 8. The Revier, antechamber of death. 9. The quarry and the 186 steps. 10. Local Kommandos. 11. The Nebenlager.
|Series Title:||Routledge/Cañada Blanch studies on contemporary Spain.|
|Responsibility:||David Wingeate Pike.|
"[Pike's] meticulous and comprehensive research, presented in scholarly yet readable prose, is critical of both the largely indifferent civilians living near the camp and the postwar Spanish