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One star for effort, zero for truth.,
This review is from: Memoirs of a Holocaust Survivor: Icek Kuperberg (Kindle Edition)
I must admit to being rather disappointed that all these reviews are so glowing. Has no one thought about the veracity of this tall story? As usual the tales from the holocaust get longer, bigger and more dramatic, but are never backed up with evidence. I have studied the holocaust for many years and the tales this writer tells have surely been invented in his own head. I have never heard of a weighing machine mass murder machine. In fact it doesn't exist. As for huge snow storms in september and clearing 25 miles of snow blocked roads by hand, you couldn't make it up. Well perhaps you could beacuse this guy clearly did.
I would put this book in the same department as Fragments by Benjamin Wilkomirski, who incidentally wasn't even in a concentration camp, and The girl At The Fence, which has recently been proved to be a total concoction of nonsense. My guess is that the author of this book wasn't even in a camp, he is just cashing in on all those who want to believe in the hype, without evidence or substance to back it up.