THOMAS HARDNING Hanns ja Rudolf -Saksanjuutalainen Auschwitzin komedanttia etsimässä (used)
Farmer Rudolf Höss became the commandant of the Auschwitz concentration camp - the man responsible for the deaths of more than a million men, women and children.Hanns Alexander, on the other hand, was the son of a wealthy Jewish family who fled Berlin in the 1930s. In 1946, he tracked down and apprehended Europe's most wanted war criminal.For the first time in his nonfiction book, Thomas Harding tells the whole story of how Rudolf Höss was found and imprisoned. At the same time, the Two-Man Road opens up a view of the horrors of interwar, concentration camps and the post-war hunt for Nazi officers in Europe. The book is about two men, explored roads that went in different directions and merged into a true story in an incredible way. Thomas Harding is an English journalist who has written for the Financial Times, Sunday Times and Guardian. Hanns Alexander in his grandfather.