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  • Paperback: 444 pages
  • Publisher: Regent College Publishing,US; Reprint edition (19 Oct. 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1573830968
  • ISBN-13: 978-1573830966
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.5 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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I read this book when I was 22 ,50 years ago, Then the title was " Factory of Death "
I bought it again for a friend who had just come back from visiting one of of the camps in Poland.

This book left such an indelible impression on me when I read it at age 22 that I searched for it to have another copy to share and re-read.

I would strongly recomend it to anyone who is interested in history.

Desmond McGuire
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Teenager Rudolf Vrba has a bright future ahead of him - but then WW2 begins, and as a Slovak Jew, he finds himself in Auschwitz. Plunged into a desperate world of unimaginable horror, he resolves to survive, escape and tell the world about the Nazis' awful extermination programme. Against all the odds, he succeeds...

A story like this would grip the reader even if it were fiction, but amazingly, it is true. Scary, tear-jerking and inspirational. I read this book six years ago and will remember it for the rest of my life.
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Rudi Vrba was the first prisoner to escape from Auschwitz to tell the outside world of its horrors. This is a extraordinary story by an extraordinary and yet very ordinary man of the truth of what went on. He describes without anger the terrible process that brought thousands of woman and children straight off the train and straight to the gas chambers. He misses nothing- and its these very simple observations that lend such an authority to his testament. The well dressed Jewess who ushers her children to the showers since they have not washed in days. The Balkan Jews. Tall, upright and powerfully built. The Gypsies and the Muslims all he makes testimony for without wavering, without anger or prejudice. 'Arbeit Macht Frei ' he describes as on the door of the main gate to the camp sears through the reader. Your emotions are assaulted by the piles of hair stacked neatly, the clothes and shoes all sorted by size. The horror of the gas chambers where the dying form a desperate pyramid of corpses struggling to stay their last breath.
His is a voice that can reach out to all, the authentic voice of dignified suffering. For the none believers, there are numerous photos of corpses, of the victims of medical experiments and other prisoners in utter wretchedness that should move the hearts of even the most hard hearted.
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It must be at least 30 years now since I read this book. Many of the details are somewhat foggy in my mind but the impression it left on me has lasted to this day and will no doubt continue to influence me. It was the first detailed account of the Holocaust I had ever read and it prompted me to learn more.

Having recently visited Auschwitz / Birkenau I was prompted to get hold of the book again as the story has become even more real to me. All I can say now is that in honour of those who died, not just Jews but gypsies opponents of the Nazis and many others, we should all resolve to oppose oppression wherever we may find it.
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A very good book. Unfortunately, I already had it , bought through its other title The book came ahead of time.
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