Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 219 g
Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 21 mm
This memoir is an important contribution to a terrible chapter in history. * Daily Express *
Denis is a hero in time of terror, a man of limitless moral and physical courage. * Henry Kamm, New York Times correspondent and Pulitzer Prize winner *
'This is the most amazing Holocaust memoir it's been my good fortune to read...this is a beautiful, uplifting book about a real ben adom, a mensch, who saw evil and, instead of averting his eyes, did what he could to help the victims'. * Washington Jewish Week *
an excellent memoir of survival. * Publishers Weekly *
A unique war story from a brave man. * Kirkus *
This is the incredible story of British soldier Denis Avey who broke into Auschwitz to uncover the horrors that were concealed there by the Nazis...This is a brutal account of what he experienced. There are some who doubt his story but don't let that ruin this extraordinary book. * Press Association *
THE MAN WHO BROKE INTO AUSCHWITZ will take your breath away. * La revista de Ana Rosa (Spain) *
What starts as an act of reportage then becomes a moving and ultimately triumphant story of survival. * Belfast Telegraph *
'Exceptional'. * Morgenpost (Germany) *
An astonishing heroic tale of a steady character. * Judische Zeitung (Germany) *
'An admirable story'. * Periodista digital (Spain) *
'A remarkable story'. * De Telegraaf (Holland) *
A 'strange, brave and bracing story'. * Canberra Times *
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