• Irma Grese

  • A True Account of the Holocaust's Deadliest Woman
  • By: Stephanie T. McRae
  • Narrated by: Sandy Vernon
  • Length: 37 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 23-12-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: FFD Publishing
  • 3 out of 5 stars 3.0 (5 ratings)

Summary

World War Two, in particular the Holocaust, was responsible for bringing to light some of the most horrifying and unbelievable individuals, none more so than Irma Grese, a female SS guard. Irma was initially stationed at Auschwitz and became one of the most ferocious and formidable women of her time, many would say of all time!
This is an account of Irma's life and focuses on the facts around Irma Grese only, based on information provided by the people who knew her best and those who were unlucky enough to have come into contact with her and survived.
Who was Irma Grese?
Learn about this ruthless young lady, also known as the beautiful beast. An attractive woman with a propensity to kill in unusually high proportions. Discover Irma's surprising background and childhood compared to the mind-set that she developed, and understand how the circumstances in which she found herself would ultimately lead to the actions that made her so fearsome. It is well known that Irma was a member of the German SS guard and worked alongside other female guards; however, here we focus only on Irma, since she was by far the most formidable.
Auschwitz in World War Two was a haven in which Irma's bias for murder could be nurtured and allowed to flourish. Encouragement of torture and massacre would have been key to her development. Understand how these elements incorporated with Nazi brainwashing would have been enticing for a young lady who harbored a sadistic mind-set at an impressionable time of her life.
©2016 FFD Publishing (P)2016 FFD Publishing
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5 out of 5 stars
By rex on 15-09-17

evil woman shes lost it

cant believe she was so evil woman gaurds arnt girls supposed supposed to be sugar and spice

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3 out of 5 stars
By wayne on 10-02-17

Good book.

Overall a good story that is not often heard. This book is scant on depth, but that is mostly due to lack of historical record of the subject. It covers what is known rather well.

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