Witness to Annihilation: Surviving the Holocaust

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Potomac Books, Incorporated, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 250 pages
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When the German Army captured Lwów, Poland, in 1941, the city contained a vibrant Jewish community of 160,000 people. By 1945, all but a few hundred were dead. Witness to Annihilation is the book that Samuel Drix vowed he would write. Drix endured nearly a year in the Janowska concentration camp, escaped and hid from the Nazis, was liberated by the Red Army, and eventually fled from behind the Iron Curtain to America. This rare Holocaust memoir by a caring physician will both horrify and inspire.

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Samuel Drix, M.D. lives in New York City.

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