Many books have been written about German horror camps where, from 1939 until 1945, human beings were subjected to degrading experiences, or were destroyed like swarms of helpless insects. Every publisher in the USA has been offered at least one hair-raising diary, and the flow of these human stories will probably continue for many years to come. It would seem to be a sign of mass psychosis. Former inmates of concentration camps have to tell their story, and many people feel reluctant to read or listen to another book filled with the smoke of burned bodies. Morbid or not, it is indeed a strong urge that prompts those who escaped from hell to tell the world about it.
©2015 Kimberley Lynn Reese (P)2015 Kimberley Lynn Reese
The details in this book left me stunned. The personal account of this survivor is packed with clearly stated experiences. Courageous account.
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