There is a place on earth: a woman in Birkenau

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Pantheon Books, May 1, 1992 - Biography & Autobiography - 217 pages
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An Italian Jew recounts her experiences in the Nazi concentration camp, Birkenau, in April of 1944, combining a discussion of the camp's destruction of the feminine personality with images that reaffirm her humanity in the face of abomination.

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THERE IS A PLACE ON EARTH: A Woman in Birkenau

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Unique concentration-camp memoir by an Italian Jewess who was sent to Birkenau in April 1944, and later moved to Auschwitz. Italy's fascist government was paid 5,000 lire for every Jew turned over to ... Read full review

There is a place on earth: a woman in Birkenau

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This compelling look at life in a German concentration camp at the end of World War II describes in graphic detail its deliberate, dehumanizing brutality. When the author arrived at Birkenau in April ... Read full review


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