Today is Auschwitz Liberation Day.
On January 27, 1945, the Soviet army entered Auschwitz and liberated more than 7,000 remaining prisoners.
It’s a quick read, showing the horrors of WW2 through the eyes of a child living outside the fence at Auschwitz.
I also recently read Sarah’s Key.
It’s a fictional account of the very real events that took place in Paris.
After being held in Paris, these prisoners were also taken to Auschwitz.
The first half of the book is great.
The last half, not so much.
Read it is you want.
I’ve always enjoyed reading about WW2.
Both fact and fiction.
Any book recommendations?