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        StatementFerni Publishing House Geneva
        PublishersFerni Publishing House Geneva
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        LC Classifications1979
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 80 p. :
        Number of Pages98
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 102829500091
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lumeris.io: Auschwitz: A Doctor's Eyewitness Account (Audible Audio Edition): Richard Seaver

Bruno Bettelheim had remarkable success in treating deeply emotionally disturbed children. There Auschwitz (A Doctors Eyewitness Account) just no let-up, the Nazi conveyor belt of death moving continually twenty-four-seven. A current controversy is the debate over if the Holocaust would have or would not have happened if the people had been armed. We no longer had any way of speaking to each other; all we could do was make signs. I'm not so certain there are words that can match the images which must be forever seared into this man's brain.

It tells of events which though gruesome, need to be sold and retold until their meaning for our times is accepted. It is full of tragic, devastating situations, some of them containing a hint of hope. Nevertheless I feel it is a very important piece of Holocaust history.

When the Nazis invaded Hungary in 1944, they sent virtually the entire Jewish population to Auschwitz, the concentration camp whose horrors over the years have become synonymous with the Holocaust. "--Bruno Bettelheim, from his Introduction• " and his menacing gesture left little to the imagination. What would I have done had I been in Nyiszli's shoes?