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Eindstation Auschwitz ;1946 / Last Stop Auschwitz. [First Print].

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Eindstation Auschwitz ;1946 / Last Stop Auschwitz. [First Print].: Included report state-committee USSR of concentrationcamp Auschwitz

by De Wind, Eddy

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Eindstation Auschwitz; 1946. Eddy de Wind. Published and printed in the Netherlands.Text in the original Dutch language. First edition, first print. Very rare. Pp 195. Pages are tanned after 75 years with paper of that period. Professional restauration of the spine. Powerful inscription of first owner on titelpage with a tiny hole as result. Amateurish repair with tape. No other inscriptions. Some wear of the boards. At the end of the book is The Report of the State Committee of the USSR of investigation of circumstances of concentration-camp Oswiecim ( Auschwitz).

Eliazar (Eddy) de Wind (Den Haag, 6 februari 1916 – Amsterdam, 27 september 1987) was a Dutch doctor and psychiatrist of Jewish birth. De Wind was a surviver of the Holocaust in the concentration-camp Auschwitz in Poland.

Eddy de Wind went first to the deportation-camp Westerbork in the Netherlands as a volunteer to help the(Jewish) people that were transported from here to the concentration-camps in the east.

In the end he was deported himself to Auschwitz. He was a witness of the liberation of the camp by the Russians. On their request he stayed to take care of the sick victims of the Nazi horror.

In 1946 he published Eindstation Auschwitz, a detailed report of his time in the camp. It was written in the camp itself. Later in the Netherlands De Wind was one of the first who described the KZ-syndrome and the transgeneration traumatising.

Inventorynumber: EDW.01.01.24 (1).

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EDW.01.01.24 (1)
Eindstation Auschwitz ;1946 / Last Stop Auschwitz. [First Print].
De Wind, Eddy
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13,5 x 19 cm
World War II; Holocaust; Dutch Jews; Concentration camp Auschwitz; Concentrationcamps; Amsterdam; Psychiatry. KZ-syndrome.

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