The Auschwitz Album

The Auschwitz Album By Lili Meier, The Auschwitz Album A powerful visual presentation of the extermination process at Auschwitz is viewed through candid photographs of its victims
  • Title: The Auschwitz Album
  • Author: Lili Meier
  • ISBN: 9780394519326
  • Page: 318
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Auschwitz Album By Lili Meier, A powerful visual presentation of the extermination process at Auschwitz is viewed through candid photographs of its victims.
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      Lili Meier Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Auschwitz Album book, this is one of the most wanted Lili Meier author readers around the world.

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    1. I was highly disturbed by this book I already feel sort of perverted by my interest in the Holocaust and other human tragedies.There s another book with these photos that I d like to read as I was troubled by some of the text in this book There were some interesting history and personal story snippets There was also some conjecture, at least one glaring mistake I think as language may be the issue here and sometimes overly dramatic text, the latter not at all needed, as no embellishment is neede [...]


    2. Checked this out from the library This is a very powerful book It is based on an album discovered by an Auschwitz survivor after she was transferred to Dora when she was carried to the SS baracks after the guards left The photos depict some people from her very own town her very own rabbi What makes this book so powerful is because the SS documented so much of The Final Solution, but they didn t take many pictures For some reason these pictures were taken and now this book exists Many of the pic [...]


    3. The book I read for first quarter was The Auschwitz Album The author of the book I read was Lili Meier I think the authors purpose in writing this book was to show the readers in first person what happened inside the death camp Auschwitz From the arrival of new Jews, to the mass murder of over 6 million Jews The theme of the book is to show you that life is a hard thing to overcome and you will lose eventually what you love the most The book was in third person I think I learned from this book [...]


    4. As I perused this book, based upon an album found by a concentration camp survivor and consisting of black and white photographs taken by the official camp photographer or photographers , Hannah Arendt s phrase the banality of evil kept coming to my mind In photograph after photograph, one sees lines, groups, and queues of ordinary people who suffered the great misfortune of being Hungarian Jews when that country was invaded by Nazi Germany in March of 1944 What was important to the German hiera [...]


    5. It was very interesting book There was a lady named Lili and her family was sent to a concentration camp, when she was a teenager When the camp was liberated in 1944 she took a photo album of pictures from a night stand at camp The pictures were taken at various times at camp, and shows what camp, and how the jews were treated.After she made it home she told people about the pics and made copies for survivors,and museums but kept originals in a dresser for many many yrs They soon were discoverd [...]



    6. The review by Abigail A of this provides essential info for understanding the unique contribution of this volume.


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