Survival in Auschwitz: The Nazi Assault on Humanity

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Levi's haunting memoir about his ten months in the German death camp Auschwitz is an unforgettable chronicle of systematic cruelty and miraculous survival. First published in 1947, this bestselling work now includes a new afterword--a fascinating, in-depth conversation between Levi and author Philip Roth.

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Hailey H

Mar 18, 2011

Quick delivery; product in great condition

Thank you for your excellent service; the book arrived within the time specified, and it was in better condition than described.

P.A. B

Jan 27, 2011

Man in all of his ways

This book was written by a well edcuated man who used the Gifts God gave him to understand his situation and to do what he could to survive in it. He was not judgmental or overly emotional as I would have been, but used reasoning and a wonderful sense of who people are and how we work under stress and horrible deprivation to expain what happened and how it affected everyone involved. This book is a treasure emotionally, mentlly, spiritually and intellectually. It is a picture of man at his best and worst.


May 3, 2007


A very poignant description of concentration camp life. An in-depth look at the surreal life of a prisoner in Auschwitz. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in keeping alive the memories of those who suffered during the Holacaust.

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