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No comment could explain, only reading will do this
on 26 May 2016
Great story which for me felt that it overlapped with her newer book, i felt i had already read most of this book, but overall i was interested in the depth of destruction of people that the Jews encountered in the death camps. Through the eyes of a survivor we see only a brief account of what the Germans did, to imagine the pain and loss of these people you can never experience unless you were there for real. What makes me angry is the fact that British intelligence knew about the camps long before the end of the war and yet did nothing about it.