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Author: Thaddeus Stabholz
ISBN: 0896041468
Subcategory: World
Pages 361 pages
Publisher Unites States Holocaust (July 1, 1991)
Language English
Category: History
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 801
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by Thaddeus Stabholz

The author describes his experiences during the Holocaust as he went from the. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. by. Thaddeus Stabholz.

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translated from the Polish by Dr. Jacques Grunblatt and Hilda R. Grunblatt
I cannot rate this book or its author too highly. Dr Stabholz witnessed so much and such a wide range of the horror of this time. It is a terrifying document of this shocking period in human history. It is very well written and a gripping read. I can only marvel at how he impossibly survived given time and time again what should have been his end. I am saddened that this remarkable record has such limited distribution, now only being available on the second-hand book market. It should be an eBook. And this was the inspiration to put my father's book Unfinished Symphony on his experiences of this time on Kindle. By coincidence, my Father was a student in 1938 of Dr Stabholz's father. I remember my father telling me of his gratitude to my mother for saving him from the horrors of what so many went through in the camps. "Seven Hells" is as close as you can get to understanding the horror without having lived it.

I cannot recommend it too highly.
10 years ago, I met Dr. Stabholz when he gave a lecture at my High School. I was completely in awe of his story and amazed at all he lived through. Time and time again, he managed to evade death at the hands of the nazis and lived to tell his tale about it. This story was written in the days after being rescued as a way to get the nightmares out of his head. He weaves his tale starting from the beginning of his capture to his salvation at Dachau a few years later. It's amazing that anyone could survive all that he has been through, but he has and leaves a legacy in his story of what really happened.

I have meant to read his book since I met him but it was only available through the local B. Dalton bookstore which went under but I finally got a copy recently and read it within 2 days. If someone manages to get a copy, I highly reccomend the read. I remember him saying that it was also available at the Holocaust museum in Washington D.C. but I'm not sure if that's still the case. Hopefully someone will pick this up, reedit it with an ending that has a bit more info about what happened to him afterwards.
I read this book years ago, I have no idea how I even got it, but I was transfixed how spoiled we are, as Americans, we have no idea what Jew's during the war went through, it was sheer terror for those people, sometimes I wonder if there is a God, because how could God let this happen to these people, why didn't he appear to strike those Nazi's down? How this man lived is beyond me, I swear, it was one of the best books I have ever read, Bar None!
This book was awesome. It was involved and helps realize what went on during the Holocaust. The man in the book survived going through seven concentration camps and lived to write about everyone of them. His book is poingant and kept me interested. I would recommend this book to everyone to help realize how bad and how graphic the Holocaust was.