Blood and Gold. Memories of German camps - Julien Unger
Éditions Le Manuscrit / Fondation pour la Mémoire de la Shoah - 2007
This book is a new edition of the account published by Julien Unger at the end of World War II. Written shortly after the events they describe, the work is remarkable for its precision. Julien Unger narrates his experience as a French Jewish deportee and the conditions in which he survived at Auschwitz-Birkenau and other Nazi concentration camps.
Added to the value of this eyewitness account is his forceful analysis of the methods of terror used by the Nazis to enslave, track down, plunder and hound to death the Jews of Europe. Of great documentary value to the historian, this is a work of undeniable power.
266 pages / 10 illustrations
Printed book: 23,90 € - Ebook: 7,90 €
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Only available in French