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Worked To Death: Auschwitz-Birkenau Holocaust Amy Cravitz

Worked To Death: Auschwitz-Birkenau Holocaust

Amy Cravitz

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This is the seventh book that Amy has put together in her quest to uncover every faucet of daily life in the hell of a German extermination camp. Translated from its original Polish, Amy strives to maintain the exact flavor of psychological terrorMoreThis is the seventh book that Amy has put together in her quest to uncover every faucet of daily life in the hell of a German extermination camp. Translated from its original Polish, Amy strives to maintain the exact flavor of psychological terror that the Jewish workers at Auschwitz-Birkenau had to endure. Many were put to death or simply died on their own. Others were given scraps of food in return for slaving away for long days of merciless back breaking labor. Sometimes the work seemed worse than death itself. Here, the every day life of one such worker is chronicled, but with a twist. This particular worker finds his way into one of the trick programs put together to fool Red Cross visiting groups.In this fascinating account, we can readily see how easy it would have been to trick the international rights group into thinking all was well for the prisoners at Auschwitz.We also get a first hand look at the types of work available for prisoners, including an aeroplane parts machine that seemed more intent on devouring fingers than shaping steel parts.