Slave Labor

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    Slave Labor

    And we are jarred, unnerved by his recollections: an hour-by-hour history of one day among many in the experiences of a slave laborer, bringing clearly into focus a vivid picture of the horrors to which the young man and his fellow prisoners were subjected. It is reminiscent of similar circumstances that have been so well documented in countless books and films about the Holocaust, including such seminal works as Night by Elie Weisel, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexandr Solzhenitsyn, and The Diary of Anne Frank. However, the awful fate that befell many non-Jewish citizens of occupied Europe as a result of Nazi brutality has often been overlooked in accounts of that long and terrible war.

    But unlike so many WW2 stories of those who suffered in that conflict, this one leads to a renewal of life, with Adrian describing the last days of his imprisonment, liberation by the Allies, return to freedom in Holland, and later his emigration to the United States.

    Slave Labor unflinchingly discloses the indignity and the savagery imposed by one group of people on another, but in the end it is shown to be that most hopeful of all tales, for it has become—as its subtitle declares—a Meditation on Humanity.

    Slave Labor

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  1. susan
    susan says:

    Loved this book! Couldn’t put it down.
    Finished it in 1 night.
    When you think of Holocaust you only think about the
    Jewish, but this book opens your eyes and your heart
    to Slave Labor of Non Jews.
    Great Book.

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