A Gypsy in Auschwitz

  • Title: A Gypsy in Auschwitz
  • Author: Otto Rosenberg
  • ISBN: 9781902809021
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A Gypsy in Auschwitz This stark reminiscence is a haunting account of life as a gypsy during the Third Reich Rosenburg s tale of horror will touch many hearts and place in the long and tortured record of the Gypsy Holocau
    This stark reminiscence is a haunting account of life as a gypsy during the Third Reich Rosenburg s tale of horror will touch many hearts and place in the long and tortured record of the Gypsy Holocaust.

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    1. This is the largely untold story of the holocaust. The Jewish survivors were literate and encouraged to write about their experiences of the shoah for future generations. The gypsy survivors were often illiterate and less encouraged to recount their histories. It is not clear how many gypsies were killed as part of the Nazi's final solution, but their suffering was on a par with that of the Jews. I visited Auschwitz shortly after reading this and the guide took us past the notorious block 13, wh [...]

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    2. I read this book because I heard that the 2012 German edition was allegedly extended. However: Where is the difference to the 2012, allegedly extended, version? I thought maybe him taking food form a dying/dead prisoner would have been missing here, but it is in it also. I can't remember everything from the 2012 edition, but it is odd that there are no differences despite the claims. The only thing different seems to be the chapters by his daughter but that was it.Sure this is a good book, but I [...]

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    3. Fairly good though somewhat difficult to follow. Oftentimes there are sentences or paragraphs that seem utterly out of place. This is the first time I've read a concentration camp account written by a gypsy. Though of course he shared many similar experiences with other survivors, there were many differences in how the gypsies were treated in the camps (marginally better according to this account) and after (much worse).

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    4. "In making the translation it was felt that the language and style of the original spoken account was far more authentic and convincing than would be the case were the text to have been edited, rewritten or polished to make perfect grammatical English." - bollocks.The lack of proper translation made the book a very unpleasant read. DNF.

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