Auschwitz: The Underground Guided Tour

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Auschwitz: The Underground Guided Tour

What the Tour Guides Don’t Tell You at Auschwitz-Birkenau

 by Carolyn Yeager

Published by The Barnes Review

This remarkable study of Auschwitz is unlike anything yet published. Though it is purposely small in size and easy to read, it carries a powerful punch. The author visited Auschwitz as a tourist armed with a broad study of the literature surrounding the world-famous site, and from that visit has proceeded to deconstruct the Auschwitz shown to her and others as a “death” or “extermination” camp. By taking the reader on an “underground guided tour” around Auschwitz-Birkenau, she clearly demonstrates it to be, at varying times and locations within the perimeters, a simple labor, concentration and transit camp for political prisoners, where the health of the inmates was a prime concern of the camp authorities. Sound unbelievable? After reading this carefully researched book, you will see the horror stories for so long spread about Auschwitz-Birkenau in a new, more skeptical, light, and you may very well be so impressed you’ll want to share your new vision with others. A cautiously written work that moves toward a surprising conclusion, leaving us pondering how so much that is not true has seeped into our consciousness as “fact.” Lavishly illustrated.

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MrsYeager, I highly commend you for having the guts to write this powerful book! In a world where even questioning the Holohoax is considered anti-semitism and truth is considered racism, I give you a huge pat on the back. Thanks for all you do, keep the flame of truth and the spirit of our mighty ancestors alive!

Poking holes in the Auschwitz liberation story with the help of Elie Wiesel by Carolyn Yeager

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