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Auschwitz: A Doctor's Story

Auschwitz A Doctor s Story A taut terse Holocaust narrative that is all the powerful for its ironic reserve Kirkus Reviews

  • Title: Auschwitz: A Doctor's Story
  • Author: Lucie Adelsberger Susan H. Ray Deborah E. Lipstadt
  • ISBN: 9781555536596
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • A taut, terse Holocaust narrative that is all the powerful for its ironic reserve Kirkus Reviews

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    1 thought on “Auschwitz: A Doctor's Story

    1. "Despite it all, life is still stronger than death. Some day a new life would arise; phoenixlike, from the ashes of the dead of Auschwitz."

    2. An account of the author's deportation and experiences at the infamous death camp. A medical scientist, she could have escaped Germany but was unable to obtain a visa for her mother, and thus stayed in Berlin as the world crumbled for Jews. At the infamous death factory, she was assigned to various details, trying to help prisoners in her care under the most vile circumstances, with hardly any medicine or equipment. The sickening dehumanizing recounting of what the prisoners endured is told, qui [...]

    3. This book was very interesting because I have never heard of or read a book that had to do with the Dr. who sent the people to their death and experimented on twins.It was interesting to hear about how twins were I treated becuase in every other holocaust book they never mention twins

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