Lorri from Jew Wishes reviewed Primo Levi’s The Black Hole of Auschwitz.  Here’s an excerpt:

Levi’s writing is profound, and his messages are strong. He does not judge, and leaves it up to the reader to form their own opinion regarding his Holocaust facts and history. It is an excellent resource to add to his books that you might have in your library, and one that is filled with much Holocaust history.

Read the full review here.

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