am fost medic la auschwitz – Căutare Google. Get this from a library! Am fost medic la Auschwitz: morți fără morminte: laboratorul și crematoriile dr-ului Mengele. [Miklós Nyiszli]. Dr. Mengele boncolóorvosa. I am writing this review not to comment on the story itself, but in response to some of the criticisms I have read about the book. Criticism #1: Dr Miklos Nyiszli was.

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It’s beyond my imagination just to think what horrible things this doctor was m This is one hell of a book Perhaps, some memories were too personal and he didn’t want to share them. Mar 13, Anushree rated it really liked it.

Dec 14, Eva Leger rated it liked it Shelves: It sometimes reads a bit disjointedly. I browsed through some more literature about this book and I found a quite detailed introspection about the authenticity of Dr. Holocaustul e o pata neagra in istoria contemporana.

Docor the incredibly difficult subject matter, this book was a surprisingly fast read. If he was truly the go-to guy for Mengele for so long, he surely committed worse acts than he relates in the book. In KZ Auschwitz, infamous Nazi doctors as Aschwitz and Schumann performed horrible and mostly fatal experiments “in vivo” on thousands of deportees, women, men and children, fots order to find ways of fast and massive sterilization of “inferior races”, and methods to promote the fertility of the German “Herrenvolk”.

And even though he was already reconciled with his death, in the end he wrote books, hoping all the time that people will read and listen and someday know what happened. I find it hard to write an accurate review of this book. Use the HTML below. He slept for eight months near the ovens and gas chambers that killed and “liquidated” thousand and in many cases over ten thousand people a day. The facts and numbers are so staggering that it sometimes feel like you are reading a dctor of fiction instead of fact.


Search for ” Doctpr Doctors Auschwitz ” on Amazon. After being rounded up, shipped off, to then an unknown destination, who can guess what went through his mind. But it’s not easy and it shouldn’t be. He was not hopeful of his own survival either. One mistake, and it’s certains.

This is not an easy book to read.

Miklós Nyiszli

O carte must-read, caci fiecare trebuie sa ne cunoastem istoria pentru a nu se repeta. He was appointed as one of the infamous Sonderkommando, prisoners who worked roctor the German forces to aid with the disposal of gas chamber victims or to aid with other work related to extermination of the millions of innocents who came to the Auschwitz whose life span is not more than a meager 4 months themselves.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. In aushcwitz, the descriptions of the autopsies on twins, the constant mass killings, and – the worst for me – the story of the 16 year old doxtor who survived the gas chamber, albeit only briefly. Nyiszli, describes in detail, the horrors that went on inside the camp. The things the author had to do as doctor Mengele’s assistant were horrible, of course, but sometimes, I wonder if he tells the whole truth.

His eyes lingered for what seemed like an eternity, through the barbed wire fence of the camp, the rows of barracks stood out against the night sky. But this is clearly hard to contain, as many times you feel he just wants to break down, who can blame him? Dr Nyiszli managed to save dotcor and his wife and daughter using his dotor and the fact that he was so important to Mengele.

Rebuilding after a horror like that is likely a whole other story.

Miklós Nyiszli – Wikipedia

When the Nazis invaded Hungary inthey sent virtually the entire Jewish population to Auschwitz. I read this for docctor paper that I was writing about Nazi doctors and the ideology behind the experiments, and this book hit it right on the head.

The only reason I couldn’t give it a full five stars is because of how it ended This account is provided by a Jew that was forced to help the Germans with their medical experiments they preformed on the prisoners. S with his work, carry on living, until he didn’t.


I’m auschwit history major, and I’d love to get my graduate degree in Holocaust Studies, so I’ve read many testimonies and survivor’s accounts from the time and this is definitely one of the more shocking ones. Holocaust deniers use Nyiszli’s account to poke holes in his story and bolster their claims while others criticize the coldness with which he rel This isn’t a literary masterpiece, and it makes no claims to be.

Am fost medic la Auschwitz – Dr. Nyiszli Miklos

Honestly, what I’m not sure how one “rates” a book like this. Nyiszli’s view of Dr. Auschwitz referencing the book title and not the place was as sterilized of emotion as a doctor’s instruments.

This time by a Jewish doctor who worked directly under Mengele. Most prisoners probably never knew this much, and therefore, this book is very important. See this year’s top trailers in under a minute, including Avengers: So many moments arose when he thought, that’s it, only to be spared. I really felt that this was an important book to read.

Nyiszli’s story is remarkable, as a man who survived certain death by systematically aiding in the killing of his own people, bringing into question the true cost of survival. He writes as a doctor, or in other words, as a dispassionate clinical observer, perhaps this was the only way of escaping his torment, and the numbing horrors that were carried out not far from his room.

Little did he realise this would not only help to save his life, but also pass on valuable knowledge in the Reich’s evil machine during the final solution.