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The Treblinka hell: photographic album of…

The Treblinka hell: photographic album of martyrs, heroes, and… (1944)

by Vasily Grossman

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"It is the writer's duty to tell the terrible truth, and it is a reader's civic duty to learn this truth. To turn away, to close one's eyes and walk past is to insult the memory of those who have perished." Vasily Grossman, an official journalist with the Red Army and one of the first Russians to enter the Treblinka death camp, struggles to comprehend the barbarity and the inhuman atrocities committed by the Nazis. An excellent journalist, he presents the facts as reported to him by the survivors and the captured Nazis. As he writes it is "a story so unreal that it seems like the product of insanity and delirium".… (more)



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