Original Language: Hungarian
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Absolutely gripping account from inside the twisted and horrific confines of Auschwitz. I could not put this book down. A must read.Published 4 days ago by Rob Peterson
such a sad and scary story. very eye opening. Great read.Published 7 days ago by chicago book reader
This book presents an excellent counterpoint to books about Mengele. Written by a Jew who had a personal interest beyond Judaism, Auschwitz provides an in-depth diorama of the... Read morePublished 9 days ago by E. West
Great book, very rare glimpse into what it was like to work in the crematoriums every day at auschwitz. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Tsteez
There are no words to describe the horror of the concentration camps, yet this doctor found them. Always a history lesson to me, his account made me realize the humanity of all... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Nancy McMahan
Definitely not written by an experienced writer, the simplicity with which some episodes are narrated is enough to produce profound shock.Published 16 days ago by S. Domingos
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You are absolutely correct. That Bruno Bettelheim, essentially a con man who brutalized children at his Orthogenics school, and who championed the controversial book by Hannah Arendt should never have been allowed to write the introduction to this book. Arendt's thesis was in fact labeled... Read More
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