Filip Muller takes you on his life story up to and including his stay at Auschwitz-Birkenau with riveting detail and accuracy.
It's hard to imagine what these people went through but reading this book is almost like you are right there seeing it with your own eyes.
Some readers might find the account harrowing in its attention to grisly detail and facts; at times the book reads like a news story.
A good read until the author claims to have had assisted Rudy Vrba with his successful escape and provided Vrba with the label off of a poison gas canister; these claims are... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Georgia M. Hoffman
Hard to read at times, the print is not a good choice, but the content is powerful.Published 28 days ago by Kathi R.
The gas chambers: Filip Muller’s Eyewitness Auschwitz
Philip Muller’s Eyewitness Auschwitz: Three Years in the Gas Chambers (Chicago: Ivan R. Read more
Fascinating! This book is one of the most detailled! You really are right at the fate of all these people, and after their death too! Read morePublished 3 months ago by angelique
This was a very good story. Parts conflict with other authors. But overall, a very good telling and flow on. Couldn't put it downPublished 3 months ago by Koalamaiden