Auschwitz: Voices From the Death Camp

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Enslow Publishers, Jan 1, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
Yet, my little Diary, I don't want to die, I still want to live... Eva Heyman, a thirteen-year-old Jewish girl, wrote these words in her last diary entry in the spring of 1944. Soon after, she was deported and murdered at Auschwitz. During the Holocaust, the Nazis murdered more than one million people at Auschwitz. The largest of all the Nazi camps, Auschwitz was both a death camp and a forced labor camp. Author James M. Deem examines this place of unspeakable horror from the perspective of those who experienced it, from the construction of the camp to its final days.

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A haunting look at the atrocities committed at the Auschwitz death camp during World War II. The author uses accounts from both survivors of the prison and the Nazis who ran it. The book presents an ... Read full review

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