Survivor: Auschwitz, The Death March and My Fight for Freedom
When the teenage Sam Pivnik, along with his starving parents and five younger siblings, stumbled onto the railway platform at Auschwitz II/Birkenau in August 1943, the figures that fascinated him were not German. Certainly, the Waffen-SS were there: their curses blending with orders being snarled over loudspeakers and barking dogs as rabid as their German handlers.
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