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The road to hell : recollections of the Nazi death march

xviii, 110 pages : illustrations, 1 map ; 23 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
A sequel to Freeman's "Job: The Story of a Holocaust Survivor" (1996), presents the terrible account of a death march from 16 March-26 April 1945 from the Spaichingen labor camp to Fussen. Freeman, who was born in 1915 in Radom, Poland, lost his family in the Holocaust and was sent to many labor camps, including Schömberg and Spaichingen. He was one of 1,500 prisoners sent on the death march from Spaichingen, during which they suffered from cold, hunger, and the brutality of the SS guards. Freeman felt that the prisoners were being turned into animals, but tried to maintain his humanity and faith. He was liberated by American soldiers. Pp. 101-107 contain an afterword by John K. Roth.
1 januari 1998
  • Boek
  • Freeman, Joseph, 1915-
  • Bibliotheek NIOD
  • 1998-01-01
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