A powerful story, well told, that will make you cry and stir all of the rest of your emotions.
Some of the memories must be a bit colored with time, but it's clear that Mr. Kurzman was very thorough in his research and pulled from many sources.
Kurzman tells the story of the Jewish resisters in Warsaw during the "Grossaktion"- the final rounding up and extermination of so many Polish Jews.
Amazing story of courage. My problems are pathetic compared to what those people endured. Gives great perspective and appreciation for standing up and not just succumbing to evil... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Who should read this? Everyone! So many people today have lost sight of the horrors and hardships of a people occupied by evil tyranical cowards who will stoop as low as it takes... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Garand69
This book is very interesting, it teaches you part of world history, and gives you different perspectives on World War II.Published 13 months ago by Vadim Takser
After reading Leon Uris' fictional account of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, "Mila 18", I decided to read a historical account of the uprising. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Chopperbob
Very well documented and a must read on two levels: documentation of a heroic struggle against impossible odds against Nazi monstrosity, and conclusively disproving the Polish... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Hong Kong Chris
Kurzman is at his best and clearly describes the heroic efforts of a doomed people in April 1943.
It is comforting to know that fighting back is necessary as an alternative to... Read more
To me the book The Bravest Battle is just that, one of the most amazing and bravest battles fought in history. This book is about The Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of April 19, 1943. Read morePublished on September 16, 2012 by dep
It is easy and understandable to engage in hyperbole when writing an historical account of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. Read morePublished on April 18, 2012 by Eric Maroney
An amazing account of one of the most tragic and awe inspiring events of Jewish... no, human history. It's the plain truth, well written. It reads like fiction. Read morePublished on July 9, 2010 by Arnie Singer - Author