The Barbarians at the Gates

The explosive novel of a decent man's journey into Evil. In 1942 a quiet apolitical university professor finds himself a reluctant SS officer in the remote marshlands of occupied Poland. When a trainload of Jews bound for the death camps at Belzec is detained at his depot, what follows is a shattering confrontation of good and evil that ends in riot, madness, massacre―and a miracle.

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About Richard Bankowsky

California State University Emeritus Professor of literature and creative writing. Yale and Columbia degrees. National Institute of Arts and Letters and Rockefeller grants in literature.

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