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Dachau By Jakson Matisz
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Dachau By G-2 Section, U.S. Seventh Army
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A rare period report, originally published in mid-1945. This brand new reissue collects together three reports conducted by units of the U.S. Seventh Army’s G-2 Section: 1. Dachau,... More > Concentration Camp by OSS Section, covering history, composition, organization, and groupings of prisoners; 2. Dachau, Concentration Camp and Town by PWB Section, covering the camp and the townspeople; 3. Dachau, Concentration Camp by CIC Detachment, covering liberation, life at Dachau, experimental stations, and executions. Appendices: Diary of E. K. (male inmate); Statement of E. H. (female inmate); Special Case Reports; Miscellaneous; Organization of the Camp; Survey of Internees by Nationalities at Liberation; Number of Internees Processed; Number of Deaths; Executions; International Prisoners’ Committee; 31 photos.< Less
The Orphans of Dachau By Anthony Hulse
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Flight Sergeant Danny Wilkinson, a young bomb aimer panics when his aircraft encounters heavy flak over Germany. He prematurely orders the release of the bombs, hoping that his skipper would order... More > the aircraft to return to England. When the Lancaster bomber is hit, he bails out and discovers that the bombs that were intended for a munitions factory had in fact struck a concentration camp for women and children. As he descends, he views the horrific sight of the victims, some mutilated, others being burnt alive. The self-confessed coward at first refused to help the woman and children that he encountered, but later reconsiders, his conscience troubling him. He agrees to lead them to Switzerland, but sadistic Jew hater, Major Richter, The Black Hawk, employs extreme and brutal methods to hunt down the escapees. A sad, harrowing and sometimes disturbing account of bravery and heroism.< Less
THE ORPHANS OF DACHAU By ANTHONY HULSE
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Flight Sergeant Danny Wilkinson, a young bomb aimer panics when his aircraft encounters heavy flak over Germany. He prematurely orders the release of the bombs, hoping that his skipper would order... More > the aircraft to return to England. When the Lancaster bomber is hit, he bails out and discovers that the bombs that were intended for a munitions factory had in fact struck a concentration camp for women and children. As he descends, he views the horrific sight of the victims, some mutilated, others being burnt alive. The self-confessed coward at first refused to help the woman and children that he encountered, but later reconsiders, his conscience troubling him. He agrees to lead them to Switzerland, but sadistic Jew hater, Major Richter, The Black Hawk, employs extreme and brutal methods to hunt down the escapees. A sad, harrowing and sometimes disturbing account of bravery and heroism.< Less
Asylum: A Gay Dachau By Leo Ray Ingle, M.D.
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It is December 1949 as the California Senate convenes for a Special Session. On the table is a proposal for a new maximum security hospital intended to institutionalize sexual psychopaths. Five years... More > later, Atascadero State Hospital opens amid much confusion between pedophilia and homosexuality. As one gay patient after another is committed in an attempt to reform them, Atascadero State Hospital is named “The Gay Dachau” in the San Francisco press. An LAPD detective and his crew bait individual gays, mostly in the Hollywood Hills, round them up and send them to the hospital, where among others, Dr.Peter Soligos, self-professed homosexual hater, treats them with aversive methods. But when psychiatrist Dr. Paul Lindner visits the hospital in search of a missing gay man, he discovers the horrifying conditions inside Atascadero State Hospital. In this compelling novel, a courageous whistleblower forever changes the destinies of innocent California homosexuals and the future of the hospital.< Less
Asylum: A Gay Dachau By Leo Ray Ingle, M.D.
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It is December 1949 as the California Senate convenes for a Special Session. On the table is a proposal for a new maximum security hospital intended to institutionalize sexual psychopaths. Five... More > years later, Atascadero State Hospital opens amid much confusion between pedophilia and homosexuality. As one gay patient after another is committed in an attempt to reform them, Atascadero State Hospital is named “The Gay Dachau” in the San Francisco press. An LAPD detective and his crew bait individual gays, mostly in the Hollywood Hills, round them up and send them to the hospital, where among others, Dr.Peter Soligos, self-professed homosexual hater, treats them with aversive methods. But when psychiatrist Dr. Paul Lindner visits the hospital in search of a missing gay man, he discovers the horrifying conditions inside Atascadero State Hospital. In this compelling novel, a courageous whistleblower forever changes the destinies of innocent California homosexuals and the future of the hospital.< Less
Asylum: A Gay Dachau By Leo Ray Ingle, M.D.
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It is December 1949 as the California Senate convenes for a Special Session. On the table is a proposal for a new maximum security hospital intended to institutionalize sexual psychopaths. Five... More > years later, Atascadero State Hospital opens amid much confusion between pedophilia and homosexuality. As one gay patient after another is committed in an attempt to reform them, Atascadero State Hospital is named “The Gay Dachau” in the San Francisco press. An LAPD detective and his crew bait individual gays, mostly in the Hollywood Hills, round them up and send them to the hospital, where among others, Dr.Peter Soligos, self-professed homosexual hater, treats them with aversive methods. But when psychiatrist Dr. Paul Lindner visits the hospital in search of a missing gay man, he discovers the horrifying conditions inside Atascadero State Hospital. In this compelling novel, a courageous whistleblower forever changes the destinies of innocent California homosexuals and the future of the hospital.< Less
Love & Kisses: WWII Letters of George A. Campbell to his wife Bea By George A. Campbell, Beatrice L. Campbell
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The publication of the letters in this book, titled Love & Kisses, provides a portrait of George A. Campbell, who fought in WWII. The letters portray how Campbell perceived and coped with the... More > horros of war while all the time concernced about the well-being of his young family back home. Like many of his compatriots, Campbell seldom talked of his experiences in the war, even when prompted by others. While every soldier's situation and response is unique it is hoped that a look into Campbell's experiences will increase awareness of what society asks of its soldiers and as you read the names of relatives and community members on memorials in town squares, courthouses, etc., around the country you will be more mindful of their dedication and sacrifice.< Less
Love & Kisses By George & Beatrice Campbell
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The publication of the letters that follow are intended to provide a portrait of how one soldier perceived of and coped with the horrors of war while all the time concerned about the well-being of... More > his young family back home. Like many of his compatriots, George seldom talked of his experiences in the war, even when prompted by others. He did not feel his service deserved any special recognition; he and many others did what needed to be done to counter powerful forces that threatened his countries and families’ future. While every soldier’s situation and response is unique it is hoped that a look into George’s experience will increase awareness of what society asks of its soldiers and as you read the names of relatives and community members on memorials in town squares, courthouses, etc. around the country you will be more mindful of their dedication and sacrifice.< Less
Jack's Story By Maurice Lauber
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The story of survival in the infamous Nazi DACHAU concentration camp.