Daniel Patrick Brown has authored several nonfictional works on world and U.S. history. He has also written a resource collection on all the female SS guards entitled "The Camp Women: The Female SS auxiliaries Who Assisted the SS in Running the Nazi Concentration Camp System. Brown is a former docent for the L.A. Museum of the Holocaust and he served as an interviewer for the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Project. He is now retired and resides in Bloomington, IN.
This is the amazing story of young girl who rose from obscurity to become the overlord of 30,000 helpless women in the largest of the Nazi factories of death. Irma Grese, blessed with flawless facial features and dazzling blue eyes, grew up as the Nazis seized power in Germany. Once she had the chance the to join the ranks of the female SS corps, she became the most notorious women guards.