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  • Title: Outcry - Holocaust memoirs
  • Author: Manny Steinberg
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  • Page: 410
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  • Outcry Holocaust Memoirs, a Profoundly Moving AutobiographyMendel Manny Steinberg spent his teens in Nazi extermination camps in Germany and Poland, miraculously surviving while millions perished This is his story.Born in 1925 in the Jewish ghetto in Radom Poland , Manny soon realized that people of Jewish faith were increasingly being regarded as outsiders In SepteOutcry Holocaust Memoirs, a Profoundly Moving AutobiographyMendel Manny Steinberg spent his teens in Nazi extermination camps in Germany and Poland, miraculously surviving while millions perished This is his story.Born in 1925 in the Jewish ghetto in Radom Poland , Manny soon realized that people of Jewish faith were increasingly being regarded as outsiders In September 1939 the Nazis invaded, and the nightmare started The city s Jewish population had no chance of escaping and was faced with starvation, torture, sexual abuse and ultimately deportation.Outcry is the candid and moving account of a teenager who survived four Nazi camps Dachau, Auschwitz, Vaihingen and Neckagerach While being subjected to torture and degradation, he agonized over two haunting questions Why the Jews and How can the world let this happen These questions remain hard to answer.Manny s brother Stanley had jumped off the cattle wagon on the way to the extermination camp where his mother and younger brother were to perish Desperately lonely and hungry, Stanley stood outside the compound hoping to catch a glimpse of Manny and their father Once he discovered that they were among the prisoners, he turned himself in The days were marked by hunger, cold, hard labor, and fear Knowing that other members of the family were in the same camp kept them alive Since acknowledging each other would have meant death, they pretended to be complete strangers.Manny relates how he was served human flesh and was forced to shave the heads of female corpses and pull out their teeth Cherishing a picture of his beloved mother in his wooden shoe, he miraculously survived the terror of the Polish and German concentration camps together with his father and brother.When the Americans arrived in April 1945, Manny was little than a living skeleton, with several broken ribs and suffering from a serious lung condition, wearing only a dirty, ragged blanket.This autobiography was written to fulfil a promise Manny made to himself during the first days of freedom By publishing his Holocaust memoirs, he wants to ensure that the world never forgets what happened during WWII The narrative is personal, unencumbered and direct.Outcry touches the reader with its directness and simplicity The story is told through the eyes of an old man forcing himself to relive years of intense suffering It is an account of human cruelty, but also a testimony to the power of love and hope Memoirs worthy of being adapted for the big screen I read this book with a very heavy heart and tears running down my face For Manny s endurance and his brother Stanley to be so tested is truly a testament to life Bad people can do all the harm you want, but if one never gives up, the enemy will never win Manny and his brother along with others, won This is proven in this Holocaust book A book well worth reading and learning from now and for future generations It proves We will survive Very well written as it goes straight to the reader s heart The pictures are a treat, past, present and future, with a lovely tribute to his beloved, Mimi Thank you for sharing YOU with the rest of the world, Mr Steinberg Bless you always Manny Steinberg shares his extraordinary teenage story of surviving four concentration camps in an account noteworthy for its straightforward, unencumbered narrative His is a story almost everyone can imagine happening to themselves no less harrowing than dramatic renditions of Holocaust survival, but somehow compelling, and universal, for the unembellished simplicity of his style You must read Outcry You will have tears and joy how this young boy survived the six years in concentration camps in Poland and Germany It is a hand made story for a motion picture Hollywood producers and directors, grab it We must not allow this to happen again to human people.
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    Commentaires:

    Bev Walkling
    3.5 stars I received this as a free e-book from . Holocaust memoirs do not tend to make for happy reading or good bedtime reading but they are vitally important in helping society to remember just what happened. This book does that and rates 5 stars for the story. Clearly the author was not writing in his mother tongue and that no doubt made the job much more difficult. Unfortunately there were many errors and problems with sentence structure that just detracted from the book as a whole. A run p [...]

    Liesbeth
    A painful read. At times I didn't want to carry on. Other times I couldn't put it down. Selfishly I kept waiting for the liberation details, as I knew reading would then become easier These horrific accounts need to be told, over and over again. And should be compulsory reading for all teenage children. The past cannot and must not, be forgotten. Lessons are still to be learned. Manny's descriptions are graphic and gruesome.Honesty prevails in all his writing. I am in awe of him and his family. [...]

    Agnes (BeaderBubbe)
    One cannot read this book without feeling the atrocities that Manny went through. Having heard and read about the Holocaust, this story brought out things you dont read in papers only thought was that G-d had other plans for Manny and gave him the strength to go through it all. Bless him and his family, and may none of us know anything like itough it does bring 9/11 to mind. May we all attain peace in this world.

    Lisa Spadini
    I was so involved with this familyis book was very well written. I feel as if I were there with Manny through his experiences. my heart goes out to him and his family l y.

    Deborah Sulkowski
    A true story of love and hope prevailing in the midst of hatred, and evil.Even though this had some very difficult content I found Manny's account of the horrendous experiences he had to endure deeply moving. This was one of those rare reads that I found very hard to stop reading each of the four nights it took me to finish it. I think anyone sixteen years and older should read this. We all need to never forget the atrocities that befell so many innocent men women and precious little children wh [...]

    Mikel Rhodes
    True courage in the face of real evil.I am forever grateful to Manny for writing this book. Your courage, honor, integrity, and perseverance in the face of such horrors and evil are and will always be an inspiration to me. I spent a year in the jungles of Vietnam and my time there was a walk in the park compared to what you and so many other innocent people had to endure every day for more than twelve years. Thank you for sharing your life's story.

    Emma Stockwell
    I cried & cried at the atrocities that this poor man and his family endured at the hands of the Nazi's. I didn't think things could get any worse and there were times when I thought I could not bear to read any more! I did however, go on to read this courageous, brutal and ultimately inspiring story to the end, and I am so glad I did.I don't want to dwell on the utter barbarity, suffering and mind-boggling evil that Manny, his family, friends and fellow Jews experienced while in the camps. I [...]

    Rob Hood
    I learned a lot about the Holocaust that was not included in many other such horrible memoirs. The book told all.

    Aurora
    This was heart-breaking, which was to be expected. It made me question humanity again, and at the same time gave me hope.

    Becky
    Read this in one evening. Finishing it at bedtime was a mistake, I knew that but could not put it down. My sleep was sporadic, and my dreams bordered on nightmares. The strength of the human body, and the mind, never ceases to amaze me. Manny, his brother Stanley, and their father endured horrors at the hands of the Nazi's. Manny was only 13 when sent to concentration camp, he lied about his age in hopes of getting sent to a work camp. He lived through hell the next 6 years, as did his brother a [...]

    Gina Johnson
    This book has filled me with amazement at how God spared the author, both physically from death on many occasions, but also emotionally from hate and bitterness. He even speaks of the pity he felt for the Germans in the town they were brought to upon gaining their freedom. This is a boon that needs to be read so that we never forget.

    rikkilinlb
    Heart felt thanks for sharing his storyThe personal honesty.ty.hope and griefl wrapped in this very raw sharingI felt honoredd humbled by this man's strength. AgainThank you

    Natalie Richards
    A deeply moving autobiography of a holocaust survivior.

    Floyd
    A startling and agonizing experience of a Jewish teenager in a Nazi concentration camp in Poland.

    Yuliia
    I just read "Men's search for meaning" by Viktor Frankl and wanted to learn more about the holocaust, concentration camps and about what happened to people at that time in history.I was tentative because I didn't want more horror stories, but at the same time, I felt like it was my duty to at least read and learn and not let those people and what has happened to them be forgotten.So I started. The story is told very directly, with details, but there is no suspense or moments when you are going t [...]

    Chris Gregory
    All caring individuals must read this book!This is truly a wonderful book of adversity in the extreme, overcoming adversity, and triumph over perseverance. This nonfiction also examines the depths of humankind. How low can man go? Nazi zealotry whether of the 1930s and 40s or the current-day Islamic Extremists, it is the loest of human degradation. As a matter if fact, Hilter's term "Aryan" was of the same derivation as the term "Iranian" and they all, whether Nazi, Sunni Extremists, or the terr [...]

    Kellie
    This is one of the best books I have ever read. I got the kindle book free from but I wish I won the real book from . This book is one I would keep forever. My husbands family are all Jewish and one cousin donated books to the local school district because there were absolutely no books about the true history of what the Jewish people went through. I substitute teach at the school and am very proud when my name as recognized due to the kindness of my husbands cousin. Unfortunately my husbands c [...]

    Brenda Benoit
    WOW! I'm not normally a fan of memoirs but something made me get this book and I'm glad I did. It has been a while since I read a book so quickly but I just could not put it down. It was heartbreaking, funny and heartwarming all at the same time. We learn about the Holocaust in school but until you read a first hand account from someone who was there you just really don't understand how horrible it was. The worst was the things that were done to innocent children and even babies. Using a baby fo [...]

    Jennifer Jarrell
    A Heartbreaking MemoirThis is a heartbreaking memoir of Manny Steinberg's years of survival through the the Holocaust. He lost his stepmother and youngest brother, and witnessed atrocities that I couldn't even imagine. He tells of a soldier taking an infant baby girl and tossing her in the air and shooting her as if she were nothing but target practice, and then shooting the mother of the infant for screaming at witnessing the death of her baby. I have never read such a graphic, horrific memoir [...]

    Carol Arnold
    Very intense story of HolocaustI have read many stories of the holocaust, but this one was different in the details. More awful details were described than any other book I have read. As a boy of 13, the author, a Polish Jew, was forced to live through the atrocities of Hitler's Germany. At first he remained a prisoner in his own home. Barbed wire fencing was placed around the entire ghetto. They were forced to share their small apartment with several different families. They were always afraid [...]

    Nick
    Based upon what is happening in the world today a story that desperately needs to be told again and again. Manny Steinberg writes with the pen of a teenage boy his experiences of the worst of humanity. Simply told this story is also extremely vivid. From the vibrant Jewish community in Radom, Poland before the outbreak of World War II experience these peoples' transition to a cutoff ghetto and then the diaspora to the concentration camps of Nazi Germany. Heart rending and amazing at the same tim [...]

    Jeannie Lemley
    Outcry: Holocaust MemoirsI sit here wondering how to put into words the impact this book had on me. I'm sure my words will not give it the praise it justly deserves. Mr. Steinberg is a gifted author, who writes an amazing and horrific account of his life during the holocaust. He first remembers his wonderful, normal childhood. Then the hardships begin, before the war. He tells of his feelings, his views, as a young boy living through this terrible time. Then the worst happens, the separation fro [...]

    Stacey
    A very important story!Mendel Steinberg, his father and brother Stanley lived through the horrors of the Nazi concentration camps during WWII, while millions around them did not. The atrocities that they witnessed and endured were totally unimaginable, right out of the sickest nightmare. Although I have always known of this, living this vicariously through this book made it so much more real. Manny Steinberg did an excellent job in recounting his experiences. This story must be told and retold s [...]

    Lizzie
    More than ever I am eternally grateful for my Jewish heritage.This book of Manny s memoirs has opened my eyes and appreciating how much I am truly thankful for. Manny is my hero along with Stanley Papa and every single Jewish person who faced such atrocities. My hatred of Germans under Hitler has intensified, my love for my Jewish heritage has at this point in my life of 64 years has intensified. Manny, your heroism of sharing your memories absolutely astounds me. I love and and intensely admire [...]

    Karunakaran N.
    Outcry - Holocaust memoirs by Manny Steinberg A heartbreaking true story of a Polish family during the holocaust Miracles happening through out his life Had a feeling that Manny was reborn a number of times to face difficulties worse than the previous one. Humanity questioned being born as a Jew was never a fault of his own many at times the author has shown his frustration if questioned of his birth, starting from his school principal to the guards at the camp. The solace was when the priest at [...]

    sherri smith
    STILL SO VERY SHOCKING AND GRIEF STRICKENI believe all people on this planet should try and take care of each other. Must all conflicts turn to war or killing and dieing? I understand that the world is now a very dangerous place. We must kill to keep from being killed. Theres too much hatred due to different beliefs in religion. I will most likely not see a peaceful world in my lifetime. But I can pray to our Lord, Jesus Christ for the very young children to live in a safe one.

    Kelly
    ExcellentSometimes very graphic, but having read many books on that horrible time in history I can't help but think about our world today and all the hatred among others who are different. God indeed set the standard for all to follow and it's heartbreaking to see the evil and hate that every single one of us is capable of if we open the doors to bitterness and envy. May we never repeat these barbaric acts.but we are. Excellent but sad book on the human condition and persecution of God's people. [...]

    Pat
    This is a holocaust survival story and is one of the first I've read of many that is truly real in its depiction of how the Jews were treated. Mendel and his brother, Stanley were teens during the war years and were separated many times but seemed to come back together in the end. Mendel was tortured beyond belief, but managed to survive. He met several people in the concentration camps where he spent six years. He saw many of these people die right before his eyes. I'm fascinated with the Holoc [...]

    Val Didonato
    The most detailed Holocaust book I have ever read. Manny endures six years in various concentration camps, suffers the brutal beatings and starvation, witnesses the senseless torture and killing of others and he endured with the love of his brother and father. As Manny recounts his story there is a definite detachment , as if this could never could happen to any human being. By telling his story he documents that he survived to tell the world that the Holocaust was real and lived on to create fa [...]

    Debbi
    Mendel Steinberg lied and said he was nineteen at the gates of the concentration camp. He wanted to go with his father. He was only thirteen but, big for his age, he made it through. Children went straight to the gas chambers. And so began his 6 year journey through 5 horrific camps narrowly escaping death again and again. Just when he loses all hope someone, often his brother, is there to comfort him and inspire him to go on.

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