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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Holocaust deniers use Nyiszli’s account to poke holes in his story and bolster their claims while others criticize the coldness with which he rel This isn’t a literary masterpiece, and it makes no claims to be.

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. He tells the reader something that seems to be very true – this wasn’t written for any other person than to tell the facts.

Perhaps I am just extremely sensitive, but the book had a profound effect on me as is. Mar 13, Anushree rated it really liked it. The man who wrote this was not a poet, and he was not trying to write a novel. I fully believe that we children of the future have to preserve the past for future generations so that nothing is forgotten.

My blood runs cold just thinking about it. Despite the incredibly difficult subject matter, this book was a surprisingly fast read. The forword, by Bruno Bettelheimis very important I think and not at all boring unlike many forewords that I’ve slogged through. Mengele’s right-hand-man of a coroner, Dr. 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.

The horrifying details of the millions of innocents exhumed under pretentious lies were real. If that happened, it may also explain some of the disconnectedness some readers felt about this book.

But I suppose, having been written in a logical, no nonsense fashion by a doctor, the abrupt ending made sense. Aug 23, Anne rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I have read several books relating to the holocaust mostly because it is a period of history that so many wish to forget about.


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 involved.

One still can’t wrap their arms around what man’s inhumanity could and did do. However, the part that makes this redeeming and a great read is that he is constantly living in fear of being killed himself for making a mistake in his work or trying to save his family from the fate that he has seen first hand. 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 more genetically.

I thought that it was a book worth reading – one that made you think and ask questions.

Am fost medic la Auschwitz – Dr. Nyiszli Miklos

S with his work, carry on living, until he didn’t. I sometimes find it terribly hard to rate Holocaust related books. The characters who obviously are based on real people were described in such a way auschwiyz, especially in the case of Dr.

Mar 12, Rae rated it it was amazing Doctro Really, I probably need a few days to digest this book before I review it, but here are some of my thoughts: However, there are some thoughts worth discussing. So, yes, emotionally or mentally it’s not necessarily an easy read, but as the foreword says, “We are charged to listen.

Josef Mengele was sacred, death could have auschwitx waiting for him roctor any given time. Mar 31, Maureen Casey rated it it was amazing. Start your free trial. My uncle reccommeded this book to me because my grandfather liberated this camp when he was in the war. 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.


Accounts of human beings turning into vicious monsters still are a reality none can escape. 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 voctor in the open and be known to the world outside, about how out of desperation fot fellow group of human beings started feasting on the flesh of fellow human beings.

Nyiszli witnessed this twelve times during his stay, before catching sight of the last S.

Am fost medic la Auschwitz – Dr. Nyiszli Miklos

Nyiszli had the courage to tell it. And most importantly an insider’s tale of the horrors that the captives of one of the most dreadful concentration camps in history underwent. 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. Maybe going through such horrific events broke him so completely that all that remained was an empty shell. How does one rate a book like this?

On gaining more 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, you could feel like you had met him. I don’t think anyone could really make something zuschwitz this up.

Auschwitz: A Doctor’s Eyewitness Account

Nyiszli worked for Mengele as his personal research pathologist. View all 6 comments. But most stories from survivors and anything read ausdhwitz the camps leave this feeling.

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. Himself archive footage Miklos Nyiszli It’s a pretty damn noble reason to fight for survival.