Mel Mermelstein is a Hungarian-born Jew, sole-survivor of his family’s extermination at He wrote of the court battle in his autobiography, entitled By Bread Alone. “About these so-called deniers of The Holocaust, and who they really are, see. Mermelstein, Mel. By Bread Alone. Auschwitz Study Foundation, Inc: Huntington Beach, CA, Professor Marcuse recomended reading By Bread Alone. Looking at the Holocaust from two perspectives: Mel Mermelstein’s book By Bread Alone, and an interview with survivor Ralph Hokmann. by Amber Anapolsky.

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Mermelstein: By Bread alone

Books by Mel Mermelstein. Inthe IHR, along with its founder Willis Carto, sued Mermelstein for allegedly libelling them during an interview with a New York City radio station, but dropped the charges in To believe that God was anywhere to be found at Auschwitz was too much. For me, the impression I left with after reading this, is that humans can not only be angels but also demons consider, also the “jewish kapos” scum in the camps When studying breda Holocaust, the survivors mermelsteim experienced the Holocaust first hand can help piece together an understanding of the Holocaust.


Sep 07, Jessika Santulli rated it it was amazing Shelves: Holly Celeste rated it it was amazing May 30, There were times that I had to stop reading because it was too much. The Institute for Historical Review denies some of the facts about the Holocaust.

An In-depth review of By Bread Alone.

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By Bread Alone is a powerful and moving first hand account of surviving the Holocaust. But even as I said them, a softening set in.

An SS man took this photograph in the camp. This was one of the largest gas chambers that the Nazis used to murder people. The book feels almost like a documentary style book The descriptions are frighteningly presented with heart wrenchi By Bread Alone The Story of A By Mel Mermelstein There are so many books about the Holocaust now, some public libraries are refusing to obtain them any more.

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Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. My library Help Advanced Book Search. Its mermelsetin is to raise public awareness concerning key events in history.

This autobiography of Mel Mermelstein provides incredibly insight to the devastation on the Holocaust. The role of international business, Western powers, civil institutions think International Red Cross, the church, etc.


The Institute claims that six million Jews were not killed in the Holocaust. The institute does not deny that the Holocaust happened http: Judy rated it really liked it Jan 27, Account Options Sign in.

Jun 29, Vivvi rated it it was amazing. Unfortunately, some of the pictures are of poor quality. For me it seemed an inspiration that a loaf of bread from the skies — manna from heaven — should proclaim our imminent liberation. Mermelstein is the only Holocaust survivor in his immediate family.

The fact that they even thought mermelsteln using a loaf of bread to communicate with us was both natural and intriguing. The descriptions are frighteningly presented with heart wrenching indisputable detail, often minute by minute.

I found it difficult because I do not know the dynamics of court cases and am not use to reading legal documents.

The crematorium II at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

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