DRUNK ON GENOCIDE: Alcohol and Mass Murder in Nazi Germany
Reveals how over the course of the Third Reich, scenes involving alcohol consumption and revelry among the SS and police became a routine part of rituals of humiliation in the camps, ghettos, and killing fields of Eastern Europe. Westermann's disturbing findings offer a new perspective on the mindset, motivation, and mentality of killers as they prepared and participated in mass extermination.
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 4732731