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This section contains a list of authors and their books relevant to the book The Struggle against Enforced Disappearance and the 2007 United Nations Convention. The book presents an analysis of purposes and variations related to the practice of enforced disappearance. The first instance of enforced disappearance can be dated back to World War II, when thousands of people were secretly transferred to Germany from the occupied territories in Europe under the decree known as Nacht und Nebel (“Night and Fog”), issued on 7 December 1941 by the German Führer and Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, Adolf Hitler.

Keywords: Adolf Hitler; enforced disappearance; Europe; Germany; World War II



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