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:
- in Nazi Germany the camps were refereed to as KL (from the German Konzentrationslager).
- the Sobibor, Treblinka and Warsaw uprisings.
- 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