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    Saima P.
    PK
    Saima P.

    Informative

    Francine V.
    US
    Francine V.

    Very informative

    Belinda S.
    ZA
    Belinda S.

    I object to the emphasis on Wolf's concentration camp sturdies. This trivialises the Holocaust, a mass "exterminastination" on an entire people in death camps. Prisoner-of-war camps are not the same as death camps in which people were starved, worked as slaves and methodically murdered in ovens. It is like comparing apples and oranges- an impossibility. Flawed research. Consider too this research: http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapsychiatry/article-abstract/490166

    Oscar Zenda N.
    MW
    Oscar Zenda N.

    nice one

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