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'“An important, heart-rending contribution to our search for truth.” —Elie Wiesel “The author wrote this book in Yiddish in 1945, and he lived to give evidence against ‘Ivan the Terrible,’ one of the most notorious guards at Treblinka. Rajchman’s searing story, frequently narrated in the present tense, has a powerful authenticity and should not be forgotten. A Holocaust testament of heart-rending immediacy.” —Kirkus Reviews “This memoir, originally in Yiddish, is a hellish, heart-breaking account. A memorable contribution to Holocaust scholarship.” —Booklist'