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Ravensbrück : everyday life in a women's concentration camp, 1939-45

Author: Jack G Morrison
Publisher: Princeton, NJ : Wiener, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents a case study of the Ravensbruck concentration camp, the only Nazi camp in Germany specifically designed for women. It successfully blends the larger history of Nazi Germany with the women's experiences, interspersing the text with illustrations done mostly by camp inmates.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Morrison, Jack G. (Jack Gaylord), 1937-
Ravensbrück.
Princeton, NJ : Wiener, ©2000
(OCoLC)606401000
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jack G Morrison
ISBN: 1558762183 9781558762183 1558762191 9781558762190 1558762108 9781558762107 1558762116 9781558762114
OCLC Number: 43096814
Description: xiv, 367 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. The women's camp and the SS --
2. Arriving --
3. Green and black triangles : criminals, asocials & gypsies --
4. Lavender triangles : Jehovah's Witnesses --
5. Yellow triangles : Jews --
6. Red triangles : politics --
7. Nationalities --
8. The prisoner administration --
9. The camp routine --
10. Friendships --
11. Little pleasures --
12. The finer things in life : cultural and educational activities --
13. Keeping clean (and other personal matters) --
14. Two factories --
15. Work crews --
16. The subcamps --
17. Crime and punishment --
18. Sickness and health --
19. The men's camp --
20. Children --
21. The final winter --
22. April 1945.
Responsibility: Jack G. Morrison.
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