Without the right to life - Simon Grunwald
This work constitutes my eyewitness account of the Shoah. It denounces the extreme cruelty of the events I lived through during the World War II in Poland. I tell of the harsh conditions for survival that I experienced inside and outside the ghettos, as well as my life as a child in hiding.
It is the story of one child among thousands, deprived of the right to live, or how a happy child who did not even know he was Jewish, was plunged into the greatest tragedy of his people.
This account shows in irrefutable manner the massive participation of the Polish in the genocide of the Jews of Poland. It also recalls the existence of some who were righteous and ready to help, at the risk of their own life, these Jews in danger.