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"Brings the reality of this evil place so directly, vividly, accurately, movingly and clearly to the mind of the reader." -- Paul Johnson
Otto Friedrich (1929-1995) was a journalist and cultural historian. A contributing editor at The Saturday Evening Post and Time magazine, he was the author of fourteen books, including Before the Deluge: A Portrait of Berlin in the 1920s.
How can one truly say they "love" a book about Auschwitz? However, this book is detailed and true to history. It is heart-rending, and well written.Published 5 months ago by VIRGINIA POST
This is a short story, one of millions of short stories that narrate the big story of the criminal and unjust treatment of the Jews and other races by the Nazis. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Pedro Vila-Garcia
This read more like a text book than a story. Was interesting but very dry, but sometimes difficult to get through.Published 13 months ago by Soon-Hee Stockey
I had to read this book for a Holocaust class. It is extremely short so if you aren't a reader, I am, this is for you! Read morePublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
I had to read this book for a US History class and I was very impressed by the book. At no time was I bored with the book. It's actually very captivating and informative. Read morePublished on June 12, 2006 by J. Campbell