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KIRKUS REVIEW

A frightening refresher on Nazi brutality, this is the story of one woman who went through Osweicim (Auschwitz) extermination camp and was among the few to survive. She back over her experiences, --the terrible food, the losing battle against lice and other vermin, the and devastating epidemics of typhus and pneumonia, the nightmare bestiality to which the German guards had descended -- in unsparing terms. Grim autobiography, together with biographies of those who did not survive, this blazons shameful history which should not be forgotten. But reader receptivity at this date in unfortunately apathetic.

Publisher: Roy