The beginning of Sam Stammer's life
- as written by him in German
Describes the author's childhood in Austria and life in the Free City of Gdansk (a.k.a. Danzig); his experiences as a Polish soldier during the German invasion and as a prisoner-of-war; his transport to and experiences in Nazi concentration camps and ghettos (including: Majdanek, the Lowicz ghetto, the Warsaw ghetto, the Miedzyrzec ghetto; Auschwitz-Birkenau, Sachsenhausen, Mauthausen, Schlier Redl-Zipf, and Ebensee); the death of family members at Treblinka; his work counterfeiting American and British money for the Nazis; his liberation and being a displaced person in Gmunden, Austria; and his emigration to the United States.
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