Download or read book Auschwitz written by Miklos Nyiszli and published by Simon and Schuster. This book was released on 2011-04-01 with total page 220 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: New York Times Bestseller: A harrowing account by a prisoner who became a firsthand witness to—and participant in—the horrors of the Nazi camp. When the Nazis invaded Hungary in 1944, they sent virtually the entire Jewish population to Auschwitz. A Jew and a medical doctor, Dr. Miklos Nyiszli was spared from death for a grimmer fate: to perform “scientific research” on his fellow inmates under the supervision of the infamous “Angel of Death”: Dr. Josef Mengele. Nyiszli was named Mengele’s personal research pathologist. Miraculously, he survived to give this terrifying and sobering account, which is accompanied by a foreword by Bruno Bettelheim. “This is the best brief account of the Auschwitz experience available.” —The New York Review of Books
Download or read book Auschwitz written by Miklos Nyiszli and published by Penguin UK. This book was released on 2012 with total page 173 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: When the Nazis invaded Hungary in 1944, they sent virtually the entire Jewish population to Auschwitz. A Hungarian Jew and a medical doctor, Dr. Miklos Nyiszli was spared from death for a grimmer fate- to perform "scientific research" on his fellow inmates under the supervision of the infamous "Angel of Death"- Dr. Josef Mengele. Nyiszli was named Mengele's personal research pathologist. Miraculously, he survived to give this terrifying and sobering account of the terror of Auschwitz. This new Penguin Modern Classics edition contains an introduction by Richard Evans.
Download or read book Auschwitz A Doctor s Eyewitness Account written by Miklos Nyiszli and published by Penguin UK. This book was released on 2012-10-25 with total page 208 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: When the Nazis invaded Hungary in 1944, they sent virtually the entire Jewish population to Auschwitz. A Hungarian Jew and a medical doctor, Dr. Miklos Nyiszli was spared from death for a grimmer fate: to perform "scientific research" on his fellow inmates under the supervision of the infamous "Angel of Death": Dr. Josef Mengele. Nyiszli was named Mengele's personal research pathologist. Miraculously, he survived to give this terrifying and sobering account of the terror of Auschwitz. This new Penguin Modern Classics edition contains an introduction by Richard Evans.
Download or read book Auschwitz written by Miklós Nyiszli and published by . This book was released on 1960 with total page 158 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: When the Germans invaded Hungary in 1944, they shipped virtually the entire Jewish population to Auschwitz. Separated from his family, Dr. Miklos Nyiszli was chosen to direct the medical pathology work carried on among the prisoners by the Nazis for the purpose of 'scientific research'. Miraculously Dr. Nyiszli survived, and later wrote this documentary of his experiences. Through his eyes, we witness not only the day-to-day horrors of life in the KZ but also the slow disintegration of an empire built to last a thousand years.
Download or read book Architect of Death at Auschwitz written by John W. Primomo and published by McFarland. This book was released on 2020-07-16 with total page 251 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Rudolf Hoss has been called the greatest mass murderer in history. As the longest-serving commandant of Auschwitz, he supervised the killing of more than 1.1 million people. Unlike many of his Nazi colleagues who denied either knowing about or participating in the Holocaust, Hoss remorselessly admitted, both at the Nuremberg war crimes trial and in his memoirs, that he sent hundreds of thousands of Jews to their deaths in the gas chambers, frankly describing the killing process. His "innovations" included the use of hydrogen cyanide (derived from the pesticide Zyklon B) in the camp's gas chambers. Hoss lent his name to the 1944 operation that gassed 430,000 Hungarian Jews in 56 days, exceeding the capacity of the Auschwitz's crematoria. This biography follows Hoss throughout his life, from his childhood through his Nazi command and eventual reckoning at Nuremberg. Using historical records and Hoss' autobiography, it explores the life and mind of one of history's most notorious and sadistic individuals.
Download or read book Gray Zones written by Jonathan Petropoulos and published by Berghahn Books. This book was released on 2005 with total page 417 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Few essays about the Holocaust are better known or more important than Primo Levi's reflections on what he called "the gray zone," a reality in which moral ambiguity and compromise were pronounced. In this volume accomplished Holocaust scholars, among them Raul Hilberg, Gerhard L. Weinberg, Christopher Browning, Peter Hayes, and Lynn Rapaport, explore the terrain that Levi identified. Together they bring a necessary interdisciplinary focus to bear on timely and often controversial topics in cutting-edge Holocaust studies that range from historical analysis to popular culture. While each essay utilizes a particular methodology and argues for its own thesis, the volume as a whole advances the claim that the more we learn about the Holocaust, the more complex that event turns out to be. Only if ambiguities and compromises in the Holocaust and its aftermath are identified, explored, and at times allowed to remain--lest resolution deceive us--will our awareness of the Holocaust and its implications be as full as possible.
Download or read book The Holocaust Encyclopedia written by Baumel Judith Tydor Laqueur Walter and published by Yale University Press. This book was released on 2001 with total page 765 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Holocaust has been the subject of countless books, works of art, and memorials. Fiftyfive years after the fact the world still ponders the enormity of this disaster. The Holocaust Encylopedia is the only comprehensive single-volume work of reference providing both a reflective overview of the subject and abundant detail concerning major events, policy, decisions, cities, and individuals, Up-to-date and designed for easy access, the encyclopedia presents information on the major aspects of the Holocaust in essays by scholars from eleven countries who draw on a number of sources - including recently uncovered evidence from the former Soviet bloc - to provide in-depth studies on the political, social, religious, and moral issues of the Holocaust as well as short entries identifying events, sites, and individuals. The book also has more than 250 photographs, many of them rare, and 19 maps. The volume includes: Raul Hilberg on concentration camps and Gypsies; Ruth Bondy, Israel Gutman, and Dina Porat on major ghettoes; Roger Greenspun on the Holocaust in cinema and television; Richard Breitman on American policy; Michael Berenbaum on theological and philosophical responses; Saul Friedlander on Nazi policy; Michael Hagemeister on the Protocols of the Elders of Zion; Michael R. Marrus on historiography; Christopher R. Browning on the Madagascar Plan; Robert S. Wistrich on Holocaust denial; James E. Young on Holocaust literature;
Download or read book An Auschwitz Doctor s Eyewitness Account written by Miklos Nyiszli and published by . This book was released on 2018-02-03 with total page 484 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Nyiszli was Dr. Mengele's assistant at Auschwitz. After the war he wrote down what he claimed to have experienced. To this day some traditional historians take his accounts seriously, while others reject them as grotesque lies and exaggerations. This study analyzes Nyiszli's writings and skillfully separates truth from fabulous fabrication.
Download or read book Auschwitz written by Miklâos Nyiszli and published by . This book was released on 1964 with total page 157 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Download or read book Auschwitz written by Miklós Nyiszli and published by . This book was released on 1993 with total page 222 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Tells of the hideous experiments performed on Jewish victims at the infamous Nazi concentration camp.
Download or read book X Men written by Greg Pak and published by Marvel Entertainment. This book was released on 2022 with total page 147 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Collects X-Men: Magneto Testament #1-5.Today, the whole world knows him as Magneto, the most radical champion of mutant rights that mankind has ever seen. But in 1935, he was just another schoolboy - who happened to be Jewish in Nazi Germany. The definitive origin story of one of Marvel's greatest icons begins with a silver chain and a crush on a girl - and quickly turns into a harrowing struggle for survival against the inexorable machinery of Hitler's Final Solution.
Download or read book Jewish Doctors and the Holocaust written by Ross W. Halpin and published by Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG. This book was released on 2019-01-14 with total page 249 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This is the first attempt to explain how Jewish doctors survived extreme adversity in Auschwitz where death could occur at any moment. The ordinary Jewish slave labourer survived an average of fifteen weeks. Ross Halpin discovers that Jewish doctors survived an average of twenty months, many under the same horrendous conditions as ordinary prisoners. Despite their status as privileged prisoners Jewish doctors starved, froze, were beaten to death and executed. Many Holocaust survivors attest that luck, God and miracles were their saviors. The author suggests that surviving Auschwitz was far more complex. Interweaving the stories of Jewish doctors before and during the Holocaust Halpin develops a model that explains the anatomy of survival. According to his model the genesis of survival of extreme adversity is the will to live which must be accompanied by the necessities of life, specific personal traits and defence mechanisms. For survival all four must co-exist.
Download or read book Auschwitz A Doctor s Eye witness Account Transl written by Miklós Nyiszli and published by . This book was released on 1962 with total page 158 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Download or read book Recognizing the Past in the Present written by Sabine Hildebrandt and published by Berghahn Books. This book was released on 2020-12-01 with total page 464 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Following decades of silence about the involvement of doctors, medical researchers and other health professionals in the Holocaust and other National Socialist (Nazi) crimes, scholars in recent years have produced a growing body of research that reveals the pervasive extent of that complicity. This interdisciplinary collection of studies presents documentation of the critical role medicine played in realizing the policies of Hitler’s regime. It traces the history of Nazi medicine from its roots in the racial theories of the 1920s, through its manifestations during the Nazi period, on to legacies and continuities from the postwar years to the present.
Download or read book Holocaust Cinema in the Twenty First Century written by Gerd Bayer and published by Columbia University Press. This book was released on 2015-12-01 with total page 200 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In the first fifteen years of the twenty-first century, a large number of films were produced in Europe, Israel, the United States, and elsewhere addressing the historical reality and the legacy of the Holocaust. Contemporary Holocaust cinema exists at the intersection of national cultural traditions, aesthetic conventions, and the inner logic of popular forms of entertainment. It also reacts to developments in both fiction and documentary films following the innovations of a postmodern aesthetic. With the number of witnesses to the atrocities of Nazi Germany dwindling, medialized representations of the Holocaust take on greater cultural significance. At the same time, visual responses to the task of keeping memories alive have to readjust their value systems and reconsider their artistic choices. Both established directors and a new generation of filmmakers have tackled the ethically difficult task of finding a visual language to represent the past that is also relatable to viewers. Both geographical and spatial principles of Holocaust memory are frequently addressed in original ways. Another development concentrates on perpetrator figures, adding questions related to guilt and memory. Covering such diverse topics, this volume brings together scholars from cultural studies, literary studies, and film studies. Their analyses of twenty-first-century Holocaust films venture across national and linguistic boundaries and make visible various formal and intertextual relationships within the substantial body of Holocaust cinema.
Download or read book Children during the Holocaust written by Patricia Heberer and published by Rowman Altamira. This book was released on 2011-05-31 with total page 556 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Children during the Holocaust, from the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum's Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies, tells the story of the Holocaust through the eyes, and fates, of its youngest victims. The ten chapters follow the arc of the persecutory policies of the Nazis and their sympathizers and the impact these measures had on Jewish children and adolescents—from the years leading to the war, to the roundups, deportations, and emigrations, to hidden life and death in the ghettos and concentration camps, and to liberation and coping in the wake of war. This volume examines the reactions of children to discrimination, the loss of livelihood in Jewish homes, and the public humiliation at the hands of fellow citizens and explores the ways in which children's experiences paralleled and diverged from their adult counterparts. Additional chapters reflect upon the role of non-Jewish children as victims, perpetrators, and bystanders during World War II. Offering a collection of personal letters, diaries, court testimonies, government documents, military reports, speeches, newspapers, photographs, and artwork, Children during the Holocaust highlights the diversity of children's experiences during the nightmare years of the Holocaust.
Download or read book Hannah Arendt and the Limits of Total Domination written by Michal Aharony and published by Routledge. This book was released on 2015-03-05 with total page 304 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Responding to the increasingly influential role of Hannah Arendt’s political philosophy in recent years, Hannah Arendt and the Limits of Total Domination: The Holocaust, Plurality, and Resistance, critically engages with Arendt’s understanding of totalitarianism. According to Arendt, the main goal of totalitarianism was total domination; namely, the virtual eradication of human legality, morality, individuality, and plurality. This attempt, in her view, was most fully realized in the concentration camps, which served as the major "laboratories" for the regime. While Arendt focused on the perpetrators’ logic and drive, Michal Aharony examines the perspectives and experiences of the victims and their ability to resist such an experiment. The first book-length study to juxtapose Arendt’s concept of total domination with actual testimonies of Holocaust survivors, this book calls for methodological pluralism and the integration of the voices and narratives of the actors in the construction of political concepts and theoretical systems. To achieve this, Aharony engages with both well-known and non-canonical intellectuals and writers who survived Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps. Additionally, she analyzes the oral testimonies of survivors who are largely unknown, drawing from interviews conducted in Israel and in the U.S., as well as from videotaped interviews from archives around the world. Revealing various manifestations of unarmed resistance in the camps, this study demonstrates the persistence of morality and free agency even under the most extreme and de-humanizing conditions, while cautiously suggesting that absolute domination is never as absolute as it claims or wishes to be. Scholars of political philosophy, political science, history, and Holocaust studies will find this an original and compelling book.