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In this slim volume, Horn has written a heartrending account of his struggle to stay alive under the most horrific conditions in concentration camps including Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen during World War II. The book's nine chapters detail powerfully the author's struggle to survive from September 1, 1939, when the Germans invaded Poland and entered Horn's home city of Radom, about 80 miles from Warsaw, until the Allies liberated Bergen-Belsen in 1945. In a gripping chapter, the author describes life in the Peenemunde concentration camp, where prisoners faced death from overwork, extermination, or the reign of terror organized by the capos. Grim but compelling reading for popular collections.‘Mark Weber, Kent State Univ. Lib., Ohio

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