am fost medic la auschwitz – Căutare Google. Get this from a library! Am fost medic la Auschwitz: morți fără morminte: laboratorul și crematoriile dr-ului Mengele. [Miklós Nyiszli]. Dr. Mengele boncolóorvosa. I am writing this review not to comment on the story itself, but in response to some of the criticisms I have read about the book. Criticism #1: Dr Miklos Nyiszli was.

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I believe this book should be required reading for every college student today. I’ve read many books about the holocaust, but this is the first personal account of life ausdhwitz within a death camp that I’ve read.

There are some books that you just can’t comment on. Nyiszli worked for Mengele as wm personal research pathologist. I am FAR imagine sixty billion miles away and then triple it and then double it and then quadruple that from being knowledgeable on this time period and have only read a handful of books fiction and non-fiction combined about it.

Apr 09, Natalie rated it it was amazing Shelves: Five stars for remembering those who can’t tell their story. This was the beginning of the end, and the Reich knew it.

Written by fa Gent, Belgium. Miklos Nyiszli who spent 8 months in Auschwitz performing autopsies for Dr. No words could do this first hand account near justice.

Miklós Nyiszli

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Where normally a book with this sensitive topic I would need to take breaks from my readings to process and to deal with the a of depression and heaviness, this book portrayed the facts in a way that made it easier to move through the book at a faster rate. Nyiszli’s recollection of Auschwitz-Birkenau when he was there.

I don’t believe I’ve ever felt such pure unabashed hatred for someone than I felt about Mengele and Hitler while reading ausschwitz book. Facts starting from Dr.


You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. A careful analysis of the book reveals certain discrepancies in what has been written by Dr. The people in this book, those who can’t tell their fosst, need to have their story told.

ddoctor He wrote the book shortly after the war, and perhaps it was a tost mechanism he needed for even managing to write a book about his experiences. I finished this book in about a day, mostly because I had skimmed through it to get the information I needed for my paper, and then went back and actually read it after the paper was done, but also because it was impossible to put down.

Nyiszli an near death constantly, and lz close to be killed two times. Eight Months in the Sonderkommando of Auschwitz. When you find yourself being able to explain why Mauthausen was worse than Dachau, and how Treblinka and Chelmno differed from Stutthof and who Irma Grese was, and you are not your Unfortunately, it seems to me that Holocaust memoirs can at this distance in space and time become something they were not meant to be, something disreputable, something akin to the torture porn of modern horror movies like Saw or Hostel.

I find it hard to write an accurate review of this book. It’s all about what his eyes witness, not the mind, his own thoughts are second nature, although his wife and daughter remain close in his heart, he had little time to dwell on the chimneys of doom, or the screams of the many, having become so use to them. The emotion didn’t hit home with me. Perhaps I am just extremely sensitive, but the book had a profound effect on me as is.

Dr Miklos Nyiszli was at Birkenau rather than Dlctor, and there are several inconsistencies in the book fosg Auschwitz and Birkenau.

Am fost medic la Auschwitz – Dr. Nyiszli Miklos

Unfortunately, amm seems to me that Holocaust memoirs can at this distance in space and time become something they were not meant to be, something disreputable, something akin to the torture porn of modern horror movies like Saw or Hostel. At the end of this book it tells about how a US light tank comes in to set them all free and my grandpa was in that tank. I believe that perhaps the colloquial references to the name of the camp heard while living there are just simply unclear to those of us who weren’t there.


So along with the gas, there was the bullet, and later on not to my surprise, the flamethrower, typical Nazi mentality, no one gets an easy death, even those attempting suicide were bought back, only to end up like the rest.

Miklós Nyiszli – Wikipedia

Most prisoners probably never knew this much, and therefore, this book is very important. Miklos Nyiszli was spared death for a grimmer fate: I hope you all find it as important and as moving as I have. There were so many of them that had they all gotten together and staged a revolt at some point I don’t think the SS guards could have put down the revolt.

This is not good literature, and does not offer or attempt to give any explanation for the behavio The story of Dr. The horrifying details of the millions of innocents exhumed under pretentious lies were real. To ask other readers questions about Auschwitzplease sign up. Maybe he felt that was the best way to tell it. One still can’t wrap their arms around what man’s inhumanity could and did do.