Original Language: Hungarian
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This book is a Must Read! To easily these atrocities are lost. I found that I had to stop reading and let my nerves settle. It's still hard to imagine how this happened.Published 6 days ago by Tim
Account of the horror occurring in the camps was so disturbing but necessary information so we are not doomed to repeat itPublished 8 days ago by Deborah Caplan
Very interesting reading. We need to remember what happened in the past to try to prevent such tragedy to ever happen again. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Pat Chovanec
Nyiszli offers incredible insight into the workings of the Auschwitz concentration camp, especially from the selection and killing of Jews and other prisoners. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Greg Royal
This was such an amazing account of life inside Auschwitz that most men didn't live to tell about. Very few men working the gas chambers (Sonderkommando)lived past a year and this... Read morePublished 18 days ago by BookAddict
So well written and so disturbing and chilling. Still SO hard to believe this horror happened with little knowledge from the outside!Published 22 days ago by Susan Pecaut Stark
as a Medical Doctor, I find this book really interesting. It makes all of us realize things can change quickly and lead us to practice our skills in very difficult situations. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Luis Jimenez
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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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