Surviving the Angel of Death: The Story of a Mengele Twin in Auschwitz
Publish date: October 14th 2009
Publisher: Tanglewood Press
Pages no: 141
Edition language: English
, Non Fiction
, Middle Grade
, World War II
I have read many books based on Auschwitz and it never fails to move me where children are involved. After a recent visit to Auschwitz and Birkenau, it gave me a much clearer insight in to the hell that not only children, but also what the adults had to endure. I didn't realise that the two camps we...
I received a copy of this book from the publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I first heard of Eva Mozes Kor when I saw her answers on Quora, discussing her experience in the concentration camps and her advice about forgiveness. When I saw that this book was available through Net...
Rumors: Nazis, labor camps, Hitler and death. That is what Miriam and Eva’s mother thought they were until the Hungarian soldiers came knocking at their door and it’s her denial that had her wondering if perhaps things might had turned out differently had she reacted sooner. The writing is fascinati...
Reading books by survivors of the Holocaust is always an enlightening experience. With each book, we learn something new about the atrocities and lives of the survivors and Surviving the Angel of Death is a great example. This is the first time I've read a book co-written by a survivor of Dr. Mengel...
1/26/14 ** An important contribution to the body of work on the Holocaust survivors. The first author is a survivor of Auschwitz and the experiments that Josef Mengele conducted on twins. The story begins with her birth in 1934 and continues with her experiences as a member of the only Jewish fami...