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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They just resign themselves to their fate and stand in line waiting their turn to be shot, gassed, or beat to death.
It’s off the scale thinking numbers wise, but it didn’t in the least bit bother him to exterminate hundreds of screaming prisoners of all ages at a time. In KZ Auschwitz, infamous Nazi doctors as Mengele and Schumann performed horrible and mostly fatal experiments “in vivo” on thousands of deportees, women, men and children, in order to find ways of fast and massive sterilization of “inferior races”, and methods to promote the fertility of the German “Herrenvolk”. These are not the kinds of books that you enjoy, but I believe they must be read and committed to memory and nothing infuriates me more then when they are dismissed as depressing or unnecessary.
The odd thing is that sometimes it’s not dotcor hard and there doesn’t seem to be any obvious rhyme or reason to this. Do you rate the writing style or do you rate the event was my dilemma? Nyiszli worked for Mengele as his personal research pathologist.
I thought this man would be as bad as it gets, who could be lower? Miraculously, Nyiszli survived to give this horrifying and sobering account. Although this was a good read, the story is told by someone with special privilege, even though he was a Jew in a place where every other Jew was starved, beaten, tortured or gassed to death. When the Nazis invaded Hungary inthey sent virtually the entire Jewish population to Auschwitz.
Nyiszli knew, that if he dared to raise his voice or act with criticism and doubts, his life might well be forfeit, and the descriptions in his accounts here show how careful he had to be in regards his relations with Mengele. What would I have done had I been in Nyiszli’s shoes? Now I have read quite a lot about the Holocaust and have eve Generally, I dislike non-fiction. I think that even though this was a non fiction book, it read more like a work of fiction and for that I am particularly sad.
It is a rehashing of one man’s experience working in the worst part of the concentration camp. Cel mai mare asasinat intalnit in umanitate.
pa It’s a telling that needs to be told but it’s not a comfortable read. Open Preview See a Problem? View all 3 comments. But most stories from survivors and anything read about the camps leave this feeling.
Honestly, what I read in the foreword really struck home. We had learned that nothing lasts and that no value is absolute.
Would my decisions have been any better if placed under the same strain. Search for ” Criminal Doctors Auschwitz ” on Amazon. I’d definitely recommend but this is another where you’ll have to beware.
Jan 19, Becky rated it really liked it. However, even horribly burned, some lived to suffer horribly before a mercy shot was given. Eigh How do you review a book like this? If you have a weak stomach, do not read this.
Am fost medic la Auschwitz – Dr. Nyiszli Miklos
It went so far beyond the scope of my reality I felt a vague disconnection from history and the people living through it. For example, Nyiszli documents step by step how the Jews and others were butchered in the gas houses and crematoriums right before saying quschwitz had to take a nap.
But I suppose, having been written in a logical, no nonsense fashion by a doctor, the abrupt ending made sense.
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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. On gaining more trust with Mengele, and not talking on subjects other than work, Nyiszli, with an soctor of confidence simply asked one day ‘when is this all going to stop?
Highly recommended for those who can take it.
The author tells his story in an unemotional way. For the most part the babies were carried in their fathers’ arms, or else wheeled in their carriages. I think he was meant to live so that he could tell his story about what really ocurred in Auschwitz when everyone else from his camp had either died or been killed.
There are some books that you just can’t comment on. Nyiszli did exist at Auschwitz during the mentioned period, however suspicions of his having collaborated with Auscwhitz especially his SS superiors for certain favors have been expressed and none auschwizt been able to completely docto them.
Return to Book Page. The things the author had to do as doctor Mengele’s assistant were horrible, of course, but sometimes, I wonder if he tells the whole truth. I hope you all find it as important and as moving as I have.