A curious twist of fate brought about a dramatic confrontation in Cell Block XI of Warsaw's Mokotów prison. From March 2 to November 11, 1949, Kazimierz Moczarski, an ex-Polish Home Army officer, was confined in the same cell with SS Police General Jurgen Stroop, the notorious liquidator of the Warsaw Ghetto. This book is the result of the 255 days the German executioner and one of his intended victims shared in that cramped prison setting. Through conversations with his Polish cell mate, Stroop shows us with a chilling portrait of the making of a Nazi mind, providing fresh and compelling insight into World War II history.
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