A disturbing look at the ultimate in moral indifference during the nightmare years - the concentration camp and its civilian neighbours. Focusing on the physical space in which a community coexisted with a death camp, Horwitz probes the depths of man's capacity to suspend moral action - and consider himself neutral in the face of evil - in order to reveal how individuals could reconcile themselves to the daily horror that surrounded them.
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