Auschwitz: True Tales from a Grotesque Land - Chapters 19 - 24, Children, A Living Torch, The Little Gypsy, Taut as a String, The Extermination of Midgets, Natasha's Triumph Summary & Analysis

Sara Nomberg-Przuytyk
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Chapters 19 - 24, Children, A Living Torch, The Little Gypsy, Taut as a String, The Extermination of Midgets, Natasha's Triumph Summary and Analysis

The worst time in Auschwitz was the summer of 1944, as the death factory was working frantically. Trainloads of people were dying each day. People of all ages were being killed, twenty thousand by the end of the summary. Sara and the other camp members were inundated with seas of blood and the choking stench of burning human flesh. Sara is not clear how she handled it. Living children were burned like torches.

One day Mengele came to the infirmary with a little gypsy boy, dressed elaborately. Mengele then had him sing and dance for them. He paraded him around camp the whole summer. He was...

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