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Finished KL: A history of the Nazi concentration camps by Nikolaus Wachsmann. It was over thirty hours. Took me about three days. Its the most modern version of this subject I know of. It was very well researched and detailed. World War two was messed up. Lets not make that mistake again.

What did I learn:

  1. in Nazi Germany the camps were refereed to as KL (from the German Konzentrationslager). 
  2. the Sobibor, Treblinka and Warsaw uprisings.
  3. Sausenhausen British pound forging operations so they could be dropped over the UK to destabilize the pound.

Similar good book: The theory and practice of hell by Eugen Kogen