Michelangelo in Ravensbrück
One Woman's War Against the NazisBook - 2007
A concentration camp survivor describes the mass murder of Poles, the serial horrors inflicted by both Russians and Nazis, and the immense courage of those who resisted during World War II.
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The professor who this memoir belongs, lived under both the Russians and the Germans. One of the few to survive Ravensbruke, this provides a rare first hand account of life at the camp, the issues surrounding the camp for those imprisoned.
While interesting, I really had to commit myself to finishing. It took me to chapter 3 to hit a stride in reading the book.
A complimentary read from the Jewish experience: The Seamstress ( young adult, but very interesting none the less).
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