The author describes his experiences at the Treblinka death camp, explains how he and a small group of prisoners escaped, and recounts his life as a fugitive in Warsaw
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Text: English (translation)
Original Language: Hebrew, Polish
Very few prisoners survived the killing camp Treblinka, and those few who did had no words for the netherworld they saw there. Five years ago, on a sunny April day in Jerusalem, Willenberg, survivor of Treblinka and Israeli citizen, was stopped in his tracks by the sirens that proclaimed the start of Holocaust Day 1984. Immobilized on a crowded road, he was transported by the sirens back in time and place and images and pain long buried were brought back. By the time the wailing stopped Willenberg had decided to write his memoirs. The result is this well-written and deftly translated account enriched by Bartoszewski's informed introduction and a 28-page commentary on the war in Poland, the concentration camps in general, and Treblinka in particular. An important book.
- Gerda Haas, Holocaust Human Rights Ctr. of Maine, Lewiston
Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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