4 edition of Camps on crime. found in the catalog.
Camps on crime.
Francis E. Camps
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||With a preface by Sir Leon Radzinowicz.|
|LC Classifications||HV6028 .C24|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||181|
|LC Control Number||73175672|
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Many of these early prisoners had been sentenced by the German courts to hard labor after being convicted of committing a violent crime. According to Christian Bernadac, a former inmate of the camp, who wrote a book called "The Steps," the first prisoner to be registered at Mauthausen was Wilhelm Baier who was assigned the number 3.
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