Auschwitz and the Holocaust

  • by Wilbur Chindler
  • Narrated by Kevin Theis
  • 1 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

You're about to discover the acts of Auschwitz and the Holocaust, and the effects it had on people of the generation. Every war waged, every triggered gun, every nuclear bomb dropped, and every genocide committed stand testimony to the statement that man brings about the destruction of his own race, whatever the underlying reason be behind such atrocious acts of violence.
We hardly find the need to study it, either because the gruesome details would be too disturbing or because we are of the opinion that the knowledge of these horrifying acts does not matter anymore. Nevertheless, it is important to know our roots. Roots that make us question the essence of humanity. This is why it is important to know more about the Holocaust, especially the role played by the Auschwitz concentration camp during the Holocaust.
Tales recounted by the survivors, the little fragments of evidence found at the camps, and the testimonies of those brought to trial have been the only source of the gory details of everyday life in the Auschwitz concentration camp. What made Auschwitz from just another humble region in Germany to death's factory is a horrifying journey - a journey that claimed the lives of numerous victims of war, mostly Jews.
If you wish to gain some perspective into what really happened in the concentration camps of the Nazis, then download this book now!
Here is a preview of what you'll learn:

An overview of the Auschwitz camp
Life in the camp
The selection and extermination process
Horrors of the camp
Resistance and revolt
Evacuation, liberation and post war
The horrific accounts of victims
Why did Hitler want to kill so many people?
Much, much more!


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Book Details

  • Release Date: 25-07-2016
  • Publisher: Wilbur Chindler