Memoirs of a Holocaust Survivor: Icek Kuperberg
Powerful in its stark simple language, Icek Kuperberg chronicles his personal experiences as a concentration camp prisoner during World War II. Interned in various work and death camps, Icek had to use his guile and wits to simply stay alive. That he persevered despite tremendous horrors and obstacles, testifies to his strong will to survive.
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This is the first holocaust memoir that I’ve read that is from a man’s point of view. Icek survived in ten concentration camps through his determination and will to live. He was quick to volunteer for ... Read full review
In the Beginning
The End is Near
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