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The Saboteur of Auschwitz

The Inspiring True Story of a British Soldier Held Prisoner in Auschwitz

Colin Rushton

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Summersdale Publishers
11 July 2019
Biography: historical, political & military; True stories of heroism, endurance & survival; Second World War; Prisoners of war
In 1942, young British soldier Arthur Dodd was taken prisoner by the German Army and transported to Oswiecim in Polish Upper Silesia. The Germans gave it another name, now synonymous with mankind's darkest hours. They called it Auschwitz. Forced to do hard labour, starved and savagely beaten, Arthur thought his life would end in Auschwitz. Determined to go down fighting, he sabotaged Nazi industrial work, risked his life to alleviate the suffering of the Jewish prisoners and aided a partisan group planning a mass break-out. This shocking true story sheds new light on the operations at the camp, exposes a hierarchy of prisoner treatment by the SS and presents the largely unknown story of the military POWs held there. AUTHOR: Colin Rushton is an author and published poet whose work has appeared in newspapers, magazines, anthologies, and other publications around the world.
By:   Colin Rushton
Imprint:   Summersdale Publishers
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 129mm, 
ISBN:   9781787833296
ISBN 10:   1787833291
Pages:   288
Publication Date:   11 July 2019
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Reviews for The Saboteur of Auschwitz: The Inspiring True Story of a British Soldier Held Prisoner in Auschwitz

'compelling' * The Guardian * 'An extraordinary book.' * Military Illustrated * 'A human witness to inhumanity: Arthur Dodd's account is another important piece of evidence.' * Legion, the Royal British Legion magazine * 'Colin Rushton's masterly account... is a harrowing addition to public knowledge of the Holocaust.' * Soldier magazine * 'It is a riveting story and it is true.' * Barnes & Noble * 'If we do not remember the past, we will repeat it. Truly an extraordinary book.' * Defence Focus, the House Journal of the Ministry of Defence * 'a pertinent historical account' * Jewish Chronicle * 'Simple sentences add a terrible innocence in keeping with Arthur's ordinariness, struggling against the unimaginably extraordinary. History will be grateful that Arthur Dodd's story was told.' * Scottish Legion News *


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