Escape from hell : the true story of the Auschwitz protocol
"The author escaped from Auschwitz in the spring of 1944. The report he subsequently wrote informed the world for the first time about the truth of this Nazi camp mass murder. No other single act in the Second World War saved so many Jews from the fate that Hitler and the SS had determined for them." "In this book he gives an eyewitness account of Nazi genocide and of the gruesome and inhumane conditions within the camp. He describes in detail the ingenious plan, made with the help of the resistance movement in the camp, and how he escaped with his friend, Rudi Vrba. The day-by-day account of life in this notorious death came and the tremendous difficulties the pair faced is both riveting and heart-wrenching. However, the disbelief shown to the damning evidence the escapees smuggled out is equally shocking." "Wetzler's story reminds reader than even in the worst of times and situations, a handful of righteous people do emerge."--BOOK JACKET.
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|Caledonia Library Association||940.53 WET (Text)