Napló közel 50 év utan =
- Diary nearly 50 years later
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The diary is in Hungarian with an English translation and is in two parts, Part I entitled"Napló közel 50 év utan" ("Diary nearly 50 years later") and Part II entitled"Megmenekülés" ("Narrow escape"). Describes the author's experiences as a teenager in an unnamed Hungarian town following the German invasion in 1944; her deportation to"Lager C" of Auschwitz concentration camp; her memories of selections by Josef Mengele and brutal actions by Irma Grese; her unsuccessful efforts to find her sisters in"Lager B;" her transfer to an ammunition factory in Guben, Germany (now Poland); a death march from Guben to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp; her contraction of typhoid fever resulting in a temporary loss of hearing; the liberation of Bergen-Belsen on April 15,1945; her transfer to Sweden where she lived for several years; her marriage to a fellow concentration camp survivor; and their emigration to Israel in the early 1950s.
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