Five Chimneys : A Woman Survivor’s True Story of Auschwitz
by Olga Lengyel
Editor: Academy Chicago Publishers
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Having lost her husband, her parents and her two young sons of Nazi exterminators, Olga Lengyel had little to live for during her seven months of internment in Auschwitz campOnly Lengyel working in the underground prisoners of the resistance and the need to tell this story kept his fight for survivalShe survived by her spirit and incredible strengthDespite its horrible proximity to the object, FIVE CHEMINÉES does not shrink from self-pity or sensationalism.At the time of the first publication (two years after World War II ended), Albert Einstein was so moved by his story that he wrote a personal letter to Lengyel, thanking her for his “very frank, very well written, book”.Today, with “ethnic cleansing” in Bosnia, and rising neo-Nazism in Western Europe, we cannot afford to forget the terrible lessons of the HolocaustFIVE CHEMINÉES is a brutal reminder that the unspeakable can happen everywhere and whenever ethnic hatred, religious bigotries, and racial discrimination are allowed to exist
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