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am fost medic la auschwitz – Căutare Google. Get this from a library! Am fost medic la Auschwitz: morți fără morminte: laboratorul și crematoriile dr-ului Mengele. [Miklós Nyiszli]. Dr. Mengele boncolóorvosa. I am writing this review not to comment on the story itself, but in response to some of the criticisms I have read about the book. Criticism #1: Dr Miklos Nyiszli was.

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I browsed through some more literature about this book and I found a quite detailed introspection about the authenticity of Dr. May 09, Rebecca rated it really liked it.

Aushwitz is a historical document. That being said, whatever the doctor did certainly saved his life, and shocking readers with more details of gruesome medical experiments would have people shun the rest of the story. The book, as all holocaust biographies, is an important account of a horrible time. Some escaped, some could not. I don’t know if it was a defense mechanism against the horrors that this doctor saw, or if it was a somewhat hardened outlook auzchwitz what transpired in the camp.

On the flip side – before liberation Nyiszli did in fact spend some time as a “common prisoner” so he was one of the few to see both sides of prisoner life in the camp.

Nyiszli’s account, but this book gives the reader a fairly good idea of just how demented members of lz Third Reich were. I always cry while reading about the Holocaust, whether the book is sentimental or not. My blood runs cold just thinking about it. Finally, I was grateful for the clinical way Nyiszli wrote of his experiences. Nyiszli’s story is auschwifz, as a man who survived certain death by systematically aiding in the killing of his own people, bringing into question the true cost of survival.

As I read his account I began to under How does one rate a book like this? Nyiszli was name When the Nazis invaded Hungary inthey sent virtually al entire Jewish population to Auschwitz. The atrocities that were done somehow seem a work of fiction. This is not good literature, and does not offer or attempt to give any explanation for the behavior of the Nazi’s.

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Auschwitz: A Doctor’s Eyewitness Account by Miklós Nyiszli

Immoral, amoral, who is to judge? May 22, Kimberly rated it really liked it. I think that if there is a God that he gave Dr.

When you know the facts, that people were tortured to death by Mengele by cutting out body parts without anesthesia, or slowly killing victims with electrical shocks, or freezing them in ice water, it’s odd that none of this came out in this book, as if Nyiszli downplayed many of the horrors that he must have not only encountered but for which had been involved. Nyiszli worked for Mengele as his personal research pathologist. For the most part the babies were carried in their fathers’ arms, or else wheeled in their carriages.

I feel Nyiszli tries to justify himself too much, as if he has a reason.

Eerste verslag van Vanelderen Kelly. Though I knew some of the horrors that went inside, I had no idea how atrocious they were, or that they were committed in the name of science. And those parts are enough to shatter all my positive perceptions of human behavior in extreme calamities.

I sometimes find it terribly hard to rate Holocaust related books. But I suppose, having been written in a logical, no nonsense fashion by a doctor, the abrupt ending made sense. Historians and WWII readers.

Auschwitz: A Doctor’s Eyewitness Account

I have read several books relating to the holocaust mostly because it is a period of history that so auscywitz wish to forget about. I believe that perhaps the colloquial references to the name of the camp heard while living there are just simply unclear to those of us who weren’t there. I fully believe that we children of the future have to preserve the past for future generations so that nothing zuschwitz forgotten. Rebuilding after a horror like that is likely a whole other story. There was just no let-up, the Nazi conveyor belt of death moving continually twenty-four-seven.

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Enjoy a night in with these popular movies available to stream now with Prime Video. I imagine there would be criticism for these prisoners for “aiding” the Nazis, but I was far from criticizing the author. Except for that it is an amazing story of survival. With a racing heart, he was on the path to freedom I would like to think that I could and would have died with honor instead of living with regret, but who knows what my mental state would have been in the same circumstances.

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Nyiszli had the courage to tell it. I’m not sure why he felt the need to speak in the way he did but for what it’s worth he did. This book touched upon the lives of a group of survivors that even fewer know about — the Sonderkommando.

Nyiszli, describes in detail, the horrors that went on inside the camp. The demented doctors, who he unequivocally calls criminals, the cruel and heartless SS soldiers, the helpless sonderkommandos, the crematoriums, the deaths, the cries for help, the sound of bullets ending lives all flash vividly in front of the reader. And even though he was already reconciled with his death, in the end he wrote books, hoping all the time that people will read and listen and someday know what happened. This book is told by, Dr.

Dec 14, Eva Leger rated it liked it Shelves: Atrocitatile prin care au trecut milioane de suflete nu doar ca trebuie remunerate, ci cunoscute si studiate. Although this was a good read, the story is told by someone with special privilege, even though he was a Jew in a place where every other Jew was starved, beaten, tortured or gassed to death.

I thought I had heard all of the worst things about this period in history, but I was sadly mistaken.

This documentary, the last in Weiss’ trilogy ‘Hourban’ i. In that capactity he also served as physician to the Sonderkommando, the Jewish prisoners who worked exclusively in the crematoriums and were routinely executed after four months. Aug 23, Anne rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: