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Orvos voltam Auschwitzban [Epub] ➝ Orvos voltam Auschwitzban By Miklós Nyiszli – Buyprobolan50.co.uk Auschwitz was one of the first books to bring the full horror of the Nazi death camps to the American public; this is as the New York Review of Books said the best brief account of the Auschwitz exper Auschwitz was one of the first books to bring the full horror of the Nazi death camps to the American public; this is as the New York Review of books said the best brief account of the Auschwitz experience availableWhen the Nazis invaded Hungary in they sent virtually the entire Jewish population to Auschwitz A Jew and a medical doctor the prisoner Dr Miklos Nyiszli was spared death for a grimmer fate to perform scientific Orvos voltam PDF/EPUB ² research on his fellow inmates under the supervision of the man who became known as the infamous Angel of Death Dr Josef Mengele Nyiszli was named Mengele's personal research pathologist In that capactity he also served as physician to the Sonderkommando the Jewish prisoners who worked exclusively in the crematoriums and were routinely executed after four months Miraculously Nyiszli survived to give this horrifying and sobering account.

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  • 03 March 2014

About the Author: Miklós Nyiszli

Miklós Nyiszli June in Szilágysomlyó Hungary – May was a Jewish prisoner at the Auschwitz concentration camp Nyiszli along with his wife and young daughter were transported to Auschwitz in June On arrival Nyiszli volunteered himself as a doctor and was sent to work at number barracks where he operated on and tried to help the ill with only the most basic medical su.



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  1. Steven Godin Steven Godin says:

    To the Holocaust denier Dr Miklós Nyiszli's eyewitness account to the hell that played out at Auschwitz would read like a remarkable work of fiction To those of us living on planet earth the truth is relentless unbearable and should never be forgotten All the youngsters who neglect history and keep whining on about life need to read thisI had a pretty good idea how this was going to read but that didn't make it any less painful It hurt There was just no let up the Nazi conveyor belt of death moving continually twenty four seven Even though I knew beforehand the amount of Jews mass murdered I still simply cannot and will not ever fully grasp how could man do this? it's just beyond my realms of thinking My blood runs cold just thinking about it I am numb For Romanian born Sonderkommando Physician Miklós Nyiszli every second spent working under the watchful eye of SS Dr Josef Mengele was sacred death could have been waiting for him at any given time One mistake and it's certains So many moments arose when he thought that's it only to be spared Had he not been able to perform autopsies at the hands of the Reich this book wouldn't existHope had no place here every Sonderkommando work unit had a life span the new would Cremate the old Nyiszli witnessed this twelve times during his stay before catching sight of the last SS coward leaving the camp for good closing the Iron gates cutting off the lights Nyiszli seeing this enormous cemetery of European Judaism sink into darkness His eyes lingered for what seemed like an eternity through the barbed wire fence of the camp the rows of barracks stood out against the night sky This cemetery of millions without a single grave With a racing heart he was on the path to freedomIt all began for Nyiszli specializing in forensic pathology and carrying out medical duties for both the police and the courts gaining valuable experience in identifying unusual or disputed deaths in the corpses he examined Of course this being before war broke out Little did he realise this would not only help to save his life but also pass on valuable knowledge in the Reich's evil machine during the final solution He was left with little choice After being rounded up shipped off to then an unknown destination who can guess what went through his mind Surely not this? Nyiszli lived and breathed the stale air surrounded by the ghosts of the dead and the men of the Sonderkommando throughout his time in Auschwitz And for a long time his account of the day to running of Auschwitz was virtually the only record of what really happened behind the gates of hell He had many duties from patching up prisoners and SS men to later working for Josef Mengele as a pathologist Mengele had a specific interest in anthropology and had Nyiszli look closely at the bodies of many sets of twins ranging from infants to those older in the hope of learning genetically It also becomes apparent Mengele engaged in sadistic often fatal experiments on the living which grossly violated commonly accepted ethical standards of medicine and clinical research I thought this man would be as bad as it gets who could be lower ? I was wrong As another truly evil monster was waiting Oberscharführer MussfeldAt least Mengele showed the smallest amount of emotion whilst Mussfeld was void of any A human killing machine the worse of his kind who liked to put a bullet in the back of the neck of his victims some not killed outright left to suffer 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 So along with the gas there was the bullet and later on not to my surprise the flamethrower typical Nazi mentality no one gets an easy death even those attempting suicide were bought back only to end up like the rest In fact Nyiszli helped save a member of the Sonderkommando who tried to put himself to sleep Others begged him to let the man go peacefully away from this hell on earth he didn't listen and deeply regretted his decisionOn gaining trust with Mengele and not talking on subjects other than work Nyiszli with an air of confidence simply asked one day 'when is this all going to stop?' Mengele replied 'never it goes on and on and on' 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 He walked on a fine tightrope Never to over step the boundary of his status He needed to remind himself from time to time that despite having extra privileges he was still a dead man walking it was only a matter of timeHe writes as a doctor or in other words as a dispassionate clinical observer perhaps this was the only way of escaping his torment and the numbing horrors that were carried out not far from his room The clinical factual nature of events gives this account added value It's written in a way that shows self control rather than an out pouring of grief and pain But this is clearly hard to contain as many times you feel he just wants to break down who can blame him? It's all about what his eyes witness not the mind his own thoughts are second nature although his wife and daughter remain close in his heart he had little time to dwell on the chimneys of doom or the screams of the many having become so use to them What good would it have done anyway? All he could do was please the SS with his work carry on living until he didn'tBut a breakthrough came when an attack by kommando rebels claimed one of the four crematorium as well as many SS This was the beginning of the end and the Reich knew it With the Red Army approaching the SS destroyed as much of the camp as they could before fleeing and for the first time since his arrival Miklós Nyiszli was filled with hope of getting out alive And thus telling the world about the worst atrocity to hit the 20th centuryMiklós Nyiszli died in may 1956 I hope his final thoughts were filled with love and his family not the barbaric bastards who held him captive

  2. Maureen Casey Maureen Casey says:

    This was a short and gripping read and tells a story that must never be forgotten 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 at Birkenau rather than Auschwitz and there are several inconsistencies in the book between Auschwitz and Birkenau Response Auschwitz and Birkenau were part of one larger complex collectively called Auschwitz I believe that perhaps the collouial references to the name of the camp heard while living there are just simply unclear to those of us who weren't there I sometimes found the descriptions of the layout of the camp in the book confusing but I believe they made sense with Dr Nyiszli's recollection of Auschwitz Birkenau when he was there Criticizm #2 The doctor's descriptions seem detached therefore the book may have been written by someone else Response Technically the TRANSLATION was written by someone else I think the phrase lost in translation may describe the feeling some readers have expressed My Criticism I felt throughout the book that Dr Nyiszli probably was responsible for of the medical experiments atrocities than he claimed responsibility for in the book and pointedly left out details for what he was not proud of Dr Mengele was a really bad dude and I don't think the author would have established the level of trust with Mengele that he did without being menacing himself That being said whatever the doctor did certainly saved his life and shocking readers with details of gruesome medical experiments would have people shun the rest of the story I don't think this book was published until several years after the doctor's death and I would not be surprised if I found out that someone close to the author edited out gruesome parts of the manuscript before publication If that happened it may also explain some of the disconnectedness some readers felt about this bookOverall I think this was a VERY worthwhile read

  3. Paul Bryant Paul Bryant says:

    Unfortunately it seems to me that Holocaust memoirs can at this distance in space and time become something they were not meant to be something disreputable something akin to the torture porn of modern horror movies like Saw or Hostel If you read a number of these memoirs you get to be a connoisseur of atrocities When you find yourself being able to explain why Mauthausen was worse than Dachau and how Treblinka and Chelmno differed from Stutthof and who Irma Grese was and you are not yourself a professional historian it may be that you should stop reading them

  4. Arnab Das Arnab Das says:

    To say that Aushwitz is an interesting read would be a gross understatement Aushwitz is a historical document A memoir A brilliant commentary And most importantly an insider's tale of the horrors that the captives of one of the most dreadful concentration camps in history underwent As a result an attempt to rate the book on its literary value is not only a useless exercise but also a disrespectful oneDr Nyiszli's account portrays the terrible crimes and the injustice meted out to the Jews in the name of racial purification The demented doctors who he uneuivocally calls criminals the cruel and heartless SS soldiers the helpless sonderkommandos the crematoriums the deaths the cries for help the sound of bullets ending lives all flash vividly in front of the reader Reading this book does give the reader a glimpse even though a small one of a time when torture and killing en masse was commonplace The accounts are so horrific that for a person in the 21st century cribbing about internet freedom it seems uite Orwellian There is no doubt that the Holocaust was one of the darkest periods in history and Dr Nyiszli reveals from his uniue perspective the tale of a populace who had to suffer tragedies of unimaginable proportions to suit the whims and fancies of a delusional and troubled animal they once called the Fuhrer

  5. Rich Weiss Rich Weiss says:

    I have read a number of books about the holocaust mainly from those who were imprisoned in Auschwitz or several of the other concentrationdeath camps This was the only book from the perspective of a prisoner who received special treatment because he was selected to assist Dr Joseph MengeleThe emotion didn't hit home with me Although Nyiszli explained what happened in the camp he didn't impart a personal feeling of terror What's he sanitized his role in medical experiments indicating that although his subjects were just killed before he examined the bodies he never took part in their execution When you know the facts that people were tortured to death by Mengele by cutting out body parts without anesthesia or slowly killing victims with electrical shocks or freezing them in ice water it's odd that none of this came out in this book as if Nyiszli downplayed many of the horrors that he must have not only encountered but for which had been involvedAlthough 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

  6. Amanda Amanda says:

    Despite the incredibly difficult subject matter this book was a surprisingly fast read Eually horrifying and compelling both my roommate and I read it cover to cover within 24 hours Nyiszli's story is remarkable as a man who survived certain death by systematically aiding in the killing of his own people bringing into uestion the true cost of survival His narrative is invaluable as it preserves a virtually clinical dictation of what truly transpired from within the ranks This preservation undermines the Nazi aim of concealment exposing every last inhumane and evil act committed by the regime and the author himself

  7. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    Really I probably need a few days to digest this book before I review it but here are some of my thoughts1 I've read many books about the holocaust but this is the first personal account of life directly within a death camp that I've read Though I knew some of the horrors that went inside I had no idea how atrocious they were or that they were committed in the name of science I'm sure there was much omitted from Dr Nyiszli's account but this book gives the reader a fairly good idea of just how demented members of the Third Reich were2 Some have criticized the lack of emotion in the book First off Nyiszli states right off that he is writing as a doctor and not for literary acclaim That in and of itself warrants a detached narrative Secondly to have done what he did and survived with even a shred of sanity he would have had to almost completely detach himself from the situation he found himself in Finally I was grateful for the clinical way Nyiszli wrote of his experiences Perhaps I am just extremely sensitive but the book had a profound effect on me as is I do not think I would have been able read the book in its entirety had it contained emotion3 I thought that it was a book worth reading one that made you think and ask uestions How could this have happened? At what point does what would normally be considered unethical become Okay or even an act of mercy? Is survival a good enough reason to assist in such heinous experimentation even with the rationalization that the Nazis had already killed the victims and he was just following orders where disobedience meant death? What would I have done had I been in Nyiszli's shoes? Would my decisions have been any better if placed under the same strain I would like to think that I could and would have died with honor instead of living with regret but who knows what my mental state would have been in the same circumstances

  8. Petra Petra says:

    How does one rate a book like this? It doesn't tell a story it's a memoir and an account of witness It's a telling that needs to be told but it's not a comfortable read The people in this book those who can't tell their stories need to have their story told But it's not easy and it shouldn't be Five stars for the courage to tell the story Five stars for remembering those who can't tell their story The author tells his story in an unemotional way As I read his account I began to understand that when one is surrounded by these atrocities and witnesses them when one's own life hangs on a whim of another that one wouldcould distance oneself from that immediate horror and emotion would slip into one's interior space One would witness but perhaps not feel on the surface of one's being but somewhere deep inside instead where its hidden from view It's a survival mechanism; a way to stay sane Even after liberation allowing one's emotions to the surface would be devastating to the battle of trying to live again in some normal way The unemotional aspect of survival guilt hits home about half way through this book It's horrifying reallyAt times there seem to be jumps in time andor thought from one paragraph to another It sometimes reads a bit disjointedly Some things may be missing from the telling or perhaps the translation isn't the best However the details provided are enough to demonstrate the horrors and terror of living inside the crematorium knowing that you can't be allowed to live because of what you've been forced to see and do This story is horrific I'm glad I read it I'm glad that people such as Miklos Nylszli had the courage to tell the story of those who can't do so

  9. Jodi Jodi says:

    My uncle reccommeded this book to me because my grandfather liberated this camp when he was in the war At the end of this book it tells about how a US light tank comes in to set them all free and my grandpa was in that tank For years I have heard throught the family about that day so for me this was a great book with lots of insight so I was able to make the connection between what was happening in the camps up to the point of where my grandfathers stories start

  10. Anushree Anushree says:

    Auschwitz A Doctor's Eyewitness Account by Miklós NyiszliMy Rating I find myself incapable of rating this testimony of the excruciating horrors inflicted by human beings on fellow human beings and I decided to only write my thoughts rather than a reviewDr Miklós Nyiszli has categorically specified that this is not meant to be a literary piece although the account must be the bravest non fiction so far – if it is to be seen only through a reader’s point of view coming from an eye witness who was present on the camp for 12 laborious months but it is only meant to be a first hand testimony for the world to know what happened to their fellow human beings behind those hard wearing camps in AuschwitzHe was appointed as one of the infamous Sonderkommando prisoners who worked for the German forces to aid with the disposal of gas chamber victims or to aid with other work related to extermination of the millions of innocents who came to the Auschwitz whose life span is not than a meager 4 months themselves Here he was made to perform experiments on the corpses of the various fatalities for a pathetic research racial and pathological that was being conducted by a demented monstrous doctor called Dr Menegle Dr Nyiszli describes in detail the horrors that went on inside the camp The gas chambers the bullet in the neck the pyres the experiments the dissections He tells us the journey from his arrival till his freedom – about how he narrowly stole himself from the jaws of death about how he had to turn his heart into stone in order to keep his sanity intact about how in some way he strived to make sure that the savagery happening inside the barbed fence wires of Auschwitz goes out in the open and be known to the world outside about how out of desperation a fellow group of human beings started feasting on the flesh of fellow human beings He tells us how in the events such as these it becomes extremely important to save one’s own life than take pity on others He wasn’t strong willed He was not hopeful of his own survival either He was just one of those lucky ones who had a good degree and a better advantage above others Had that not been he would have been one of the “Thirteenth Sonderkommando”s who had to give up on life in the most disastrous ways after their 4 months of service He was the one who lived to tell his talePS I browsed through some literature about this book and I found a uite detailed introspection about the authenticity of Dr Nyiszli’s claims A careful analysis of the book reveals certain discrepancies in what has been written by Dr Nyiszli as compared to what really happened as is expected for a gargantuan phenomenon such as Holocaust and The Final Solution Facts starting from Dr Nyiszli’s existence till the factual descriptions of Auschwithz’s crematoriums and chambers were investigated several times and in this particular study conducted by Charles Provan it is seen that Dr Nyiszli did exist at Auschwitz during the mentioned period however suspicions of his having collaborated with Germans especially his SS superiors for certain favors have been expressed and none have been able to completely demolish them So whether Dr Nyiszli wrote the book out of guilt and shame or whether he really has undergone the torture and later set free is yet to be established I do not know the truth either and I do not know whether after decades of the horrendous past it would be feasible for the ENTIRE truth to be uncovered I only know that the atrocities were real The horrifying details of the millions of innocents exhumed under pretentious lies were real Some escaped some could not Accounts of human beings turning into vicious monsters still are a reality none can escape So even if Dr Nyiszli did turn into a monster himself we know that at least some parts of this book are true And those parts are enough to shatter all my positive perceptions of human behavior in extreme calamities We do not know and would never know what a man is capable of doing to other man

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