Chronicles of Terror. Vol. 5. Auschwitz-Birkenau Life in the factory of death

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The 5th volume of “Chronicles of Terror” is the first of three dedicated to Auschwitz-Birkenau. The accounts include details of the living conditions, forced labor, and the punishment and execution methods that were employed at the camp complex. Of particular interest are the testimonies of the members of the Sonderkommando picked out to perform extraordinarily onerous work connected to the German-led extermination of Jews and the eradication of other Slavic nations. The final chapter also includes accounts of the activity of the underground resistance movement at the camp.Evoking the personal testimonies of the Auschwitz-Birkenau prisoners gives a voice back to the individual victims of Nazi totalitarianism instead of reducing them to pure statistics. Their stories show the variety of their fates and the specifics of the experiences each one of them had to face. It was not only the Jewish and Polish citizens of the pre-war Republic who shared their tragic memories, but also prisoners from other nations of occupied Europe.

Death sentences were given to 23 of them, 16 were sentenced to time in prison, and one defendant was acquitted. The prisoners' accounts come from several dozen archival units. The 6th volume of "Chronicles of Terror" is the second dedicated to the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp complex.

Former inmates, male and female citizens of pre-war Poland as well as witnesses from other European nations, talk about the fate of the women and children interned at the camp. The 6th volume of "Chronicles of Terror" is the second dedicated to the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp complex. Former inmates, male and female citizens of pre-war Poland as well as witnesses from other European nations, talk about the fate of the women and children interned at the camp. Numer katalogowy: 2371849 Autor: Morris Heather Numer ISBN: 978-83-66335-44-8 Kod kreskowy (EAN): 9788366335448 liczba stron: 334 okładka: miękka Wydawnictwo: Marginesy Format: 11 x 17.2 cm Waga: 176 g Rok wydania: 2020 Data ukazania się w księgarni: 17.02.2021 Zamów przez telefon: ☎ (22) 112-09-57 ( 8:00 - 17:00), dzwoniąc podaj numer katalogowy: 2371849 In 1942, Lale Sokolov arrived in Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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