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The letter said: 'I saw captured SS tortured against a wall [by U. The letter also talks about how Captain Wilsey spend three 'intensive' days and five other days looting from the camp, which he said was so full of supplies that he found more there than all the stores in downtown Chicago.

Execution: An official US Army photographer captured an image which has been widely believed to be SS guards' executions in progress.

Although whether this picture captures the shootings has been disputed, Capt Wiley's letters reveal an eyewitness account of GIs taking revenge on the Nazi guards.

Liberation: Dachau was freed by troops of the 45th Division, 7th US Army on 30 April , just days before the final collapse of the Reich.

The GIs were cheered by the surviving prisoners. Doubtless, as a medic, Captain Wilsey would have been grateful for the medical supplies that the camp had, but he also looted other items.

It is unknown where the sweaters in particular came from. There were stores for SS soldiers but camps were also know to keep the stolen possessions of their victims.

The letters were made public by Captain's Wilsey's daughter Clarice, who lives in Eugene, Oregon; she found them in a trunk in the attic containing his old stuff.

They are being seen as invaluable as there are hundreds of them and they cover five years. Miss Wilsey said that before he died in her father would bristle when anyone tried to deny the Holocaust and would say: 'I was there'.

He was also very taken with the film Schindler's List but refused to talk in depth about what he had seen. The horrors of Dachau are unimaginable to most people, but Captain Wilsey saw it with his own eyes.

He saw the bodies of men weighing just 50lbs stacked on top of one another, gas chambers built like shower rooms and piles of corpses on the streets.

He also heard the awful accounts, such as one which was told to him by a Dutch resistance fighter who had been captured in His letter to his wife said: 'A captured escapist was tied by the SS naked to a post, and three of these huge Dobermans after four days of being starved were turned loose on him while thousands of internees witnessed it all standing at attention.

But he turned his head and vomited when the Dobermans had torn the lungs and heart out. The effect of this on the troops is hard to comprehend, but even the most conservative accounts suggest a kind of collective madness came over the men.

In a letter sent on May 22 Captain Wilsey goes into more detail about the executions of German soldiers; far more disturbing detail.

The letter says: 'Did I 'confess' how PASSIVELY my canteen cup was used to pour icy riverwater down SSers half-naked backs as they stood for hours with a two-arm-up-Heil Hitler before being shot in cold blood?

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Not unless you want nightmares. I have read a few of these concentration camp memoirs, which, strangely insultingly, are classified as FICTION when they are, of course, the truth.

But here, in the concentration camp world, reality reads like fiction, it is true. Tadeusz Borowski writes with a heavy black humour I found this book very difficult to read.

Tadeusz Borowski writes with a heavy black humour about Auschwitz, which some may find almost unbearable. I now have a certain level of knowledge.

I can distinguish between the wildcat camps of , the political prisoner camps like Dachau, the work camps like Mauthausen, and the terminal points of the three extermination camps Treblinka, Belzec and Sobibor, which really should be much more famous than they are.

But their fate was to exist very temporarily, for a year or 18 months, then to be bulldozed, and for the ground to be ploughed, and tilled, and for a farmhouse to be built and a family installed there who were to say they had farmed the land of Belzec for generations.

Unlike the camps which were liberated, and therefore photographed. No photos of Belzec! And I can compare all those to the empire that was Auschwitz.

So the nuts and bolts of the holocaust have become well known to me over the years. It is jolting and upsetting. The first jolt comes on the third page of the title story and what a title, surely one of the greatest titles in literature.

These were prisoners whose job was to get the Jews out of the cattle trucks, up the ramps and off to the crematoria. Once that was done they picked up all the luggage which the Jews could not, of course, take with them.

In this luggage was a whole lot of food — good stuff too, wine, cured meat, sausage, cheese, you name it. They also had their pick of the clothes in the luggage, so they dressed pretty well too.

Imagine, prisoners living well at Auschwitz! It is almost over. The dead are being cleared off the ramp and piled into the last truck. The Canada men, weighed down under a load of bread, marmalade and sugar, and smelling of perfume and fresh linen, line up to go.

For several days the entire camp will live off this transport. So now we overhear a conversation between two of these prisoners. One worried.

He appreciates the good things these transports of Jews are constantly bringing. But — how long can this go on? And then what?

No more sausages, for sure. Well, it was a worry. The stories here inhabit what Primo Levi calls the grey zone, the compromised, corrupted world where there is no innocence, only degrees of guilt.

He describes the recreational facilities in Auschwitz. Over in Birkenau you could probably never imagine what feats of culture we are exposed to up here, just a few kilometres away from the smouldering chimneys.

This is a distraction, like other author suicides. The work always stands by itself, it is not placed by the grotesque act of suicide into a sphere beyond judgement.

Readers encounter the reality inside these words, not outside. And inside these stories the atmosphere is oppressive, the fumes acrid, the stench is unbearable, the company not the best.

When I finished this book I looked around. One of the cats jumped onto the windowledge for another few hours of birdwatching.

Do I recommend this book? View all 21 comments. Oct 14, Violet wells rated it it was amazing. This is an account of Auschwitz, in the form of a series of first person short stories, from someone who is still begrimed and drenched in its depravity.

The tone of the book, perfectly captured in its title, is thus deeply disturbing. In fact it reads like a suicide note. Concentration camp stories tend to focus on the fortitude and humanity of inmates.

R This is an account of Auschwitz, in the form of a series of first person short stories, from someone who is still begrimed and drenched in its depravity.

Rarely do we see the darker side of what people did to survive. Rarely do we see the hierarchies among the inmates.

Rarely do we see how successfully in their evil genius the Nazis stripped individuals of all moral sense. They have their close inner circle of useful contacts and friends but are numbed to indifference about the plight of everyone outside that circle.

Power, as he states, is earned by the exploitation of others. People will always seek power and perhaps never more so than when they are made to feel powerless.

Perhaps the most memorable image in the book is of a game of football the narrator is playing while a transport arrives at the ramp. He registers the arrival of a train full of Hungarian Jews; the next moment his attention strays from the game the entire convoy has disappeared.

This book is as disturbed as it is disturbing. Borowski, you feel, deliberately eschewed all temptation to make his material palatable, subject in any way to reason.

He wanted to speak from the ground, not from the meditated hindsight of a library or study. View all 31 comments.

Sep 08, BlackOxford rated it it was amazing Shelves: holocaust-modern-diaspora , historical-fiction , slavic.

The Dead Are Always Right Tadeusz Borowski survived the horrors of Auschwitz, some of which are described in these stories, only to commit suicide.

Despair is not an adequate explanation for such an act by a man who had experienced what he had. Neither, for me, is any other purely emotional reason.

So I have spent the better part of the last three days thinking and writing in an attempt to understand the rationale, the redeeming purpose perhaps, of his suicide.

Surely, I surmised, his death, as t The Dead Are Always Right Tadeusz Borowski survived the horrors of Auschwitz, some of which are described in these stories, only to commit suicide.

Surely, I surmised, his death, as that of Primo Levi among so many others, is something other than tragedy doubled.

As it turned out, my thoughts were excruciatingly trivial; the or so words that followed were patent nonsense. To say that the Holocaust, and especially the deaths of people like Borowski and Levi, are things beyond reason is simultaneously obvious and revelatory.

Obvious because the sheer number of such victims provides overwhelming evidence of the depravity of human beings; revelatory, because their deaths explain that when we understand this, we become unbearable even to ourselves.

We are an inherently hateful species. View all 38 comments. Sep 29, Steven Godin rated it it was amazing Shelves: holocaust , czech-republic-poland , world-war-ll , non-fiction , history.

Drenched in sweat from an unbearable heat they munch on stale bread with burning throats as dry as scorched sand.

Tadeusz Borowski is one of them. Outside the cattle carts are arriving, and that can only mean one thing. The unforg "Great columns of smoke rise from the crematoria and merge above into a huge black river which very slowly floats across the sky over Birkenau and disappears beyond the forests.

The unforgettable screams, the confusion, the madness, the horrendous stench of death. Men, women, children, infants.

Welcome, your extermination awaits. Brutal, ruthless, relentless, the cold eyes of the SS look on, their well oiled machine is in full working order, a machine spewed up onto the earth from the guts of hell There are 12 short accounts of Borowski's concentration camp experiences, Borowski was arrested by the Gestapo in Warsaw in , shortly after publishing his debut book of poetry, before being sent to his new home.

Starting with the chillingly named 'This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen' before ending with the sombre sounding 'The World of Stone'.

This is without question one of the most powerful books I will ever read. But it's essential for it to be out there, as a record of the horrors of Auschwitz told from the perspective of someone who lived right at it's core.

And it saddens me to think there are writers out there who try to make a quick buck by inventing a fictional work based around the Holocaust, knowing only to well as long as it's a tearjerker, it will most probably fly off the shelves, and even get a movie squeezed out if lucky.

Sorry, I am not having it, and find it disrespectful to the dead and those who survived to tell the tale. Without the likes of Elie Wiesel, Primo Levi or Borowski himself, the world would be left with nothing more than guesswork.

This is too important for that. He offers us no theories, and not a single redeeming possibility. Perhaps that is why this book is less well known than others that followed.

We do not like what's in front of us, it's too disturbing. Borowski wrote this book when the memories were fresh, not older looking back over time.

He was still a young man and still desperately trying to find something to believe in. All he had was his nightmares, and he wrote them down.

Nothing ever relieved his pain. Atrocity is piled upon atrocity For that he gets my greatest respects. He committed suicide in , aged just Trough all the horror and carnage he writes considerably well, even in parts poetically, "Suddenly I see the camp as a haven of peace.

It is true, others may be dying, but one is somehow still alive", In the abundant of literature concerning the atrocity's of the 20th century, one rarely finds an account written from the point of view of an accessory to the crime.

In frank, dispassionate prose he simply opens his mind, it's never pleasant, but then it was never going to be. The precise reasons for his death are uncertain, as are many other details regarding this troubling witness to the Holocaust, but the dreadful power of his stories remains undiminished, It's a reading experience I will not forget, no matter how hard I try.

View all 19 comments. Dec 24, LeAnne: GeezerMom rated it it was amazing Shelves: buddy-reads , favorite-books.

True horror is something that can only be swallowed in sips, lest we drown in its sorrow. You need to read these pages.

You, whomever you are. You will feel like the luckiest guy or gal ever after reading it, for you are alive and free and not being forced to do unforgiveable things.

The something author, husband, and father-for-three days was once a poet and aspiring writer. As a Polish teenager, he was arrested and taken to work as a slave laborer at Auschwitz and Birkenau.

At gunpoint, True horror is something that can only be swallowed in sips, lest we drown in its sorrow. At gunpoint, he unloaded the cattle cars of Jewish families and Gypsy families.

He carried and sorted their belongings to be stored in "Canada" - the warehouse that held wealth. He witnessed thousands of moms and kids being escorted onto trucks that trundled along a little road that wound into a pretty little patch of birch trees while their strong husbands were made to walk in a different direction.

They hold her by the arms and the one leg. Tears are running down her face and she whispers faintly: 'Sir, it hurts, it hurts She will burn alive along with them.

Women who were pregnant or who had small children were among the first to be sent to gas chambers, identified as not capable for work.

Sterilization experiments targeted women, and many other of the medical experiments also subjected women to inhumane treatment. In a world in which women are often valued for their beauty and their child-bearing potential, the shearing of women's hair and the effect of a starvation diet on their menstrual cycles added to the humiliation of the concentration camp experience.

Just as a father's expected protective role over wife and children was mocked when he was powerless to protect his family, so it added to a mother's humiliation to be powerless to protect and nurture her children.

Some forced-labor brothels were established by the German army for soldiers. Filming in the Memorial Site is not allowed without a signed permit. Other visitors are not to be disturbed by the filming or any related equipment.

It is not permitted to erect barriers for filming. Please also note that transportation vehicles are not permitted to be driven on the grounds of the Memorial Site.

We also request that the peace of the dead is to be respected at all times and not disturbed. Lukens '46 at the main entrance gate to the Dachau concentration camp.

Lukens ' I arrived in Dachau on April 29, , as part of the 20th Armored Division, which helped to liberate the awful concentration camp there.

Sixty-five years later, on April 29, , I returned as the representative of the 7th Army, whose three divisions — the 42nd, 45th, and 20th — liberated the camp.

In , as a private first class, I entered the camp briefly; in I sat next to the president of Germany. In I saw poor emaciated skeletons of crazed prisoners trying to hug me; this year I returned to greet several hundred citizens from all over Europe, still hugging me.

During the war I was a young GI, scared and ready to combat the German army; in April I sat next to a German colonel who helped translate for me an article about Dachau in the Munich paper.

A Dachau anniversary many years later is a unique affair. Each former prisoner has a story to tell. Many returned, hoping to find old cellmates.

This seldom happened, but many made new friends, all bound together by the hardships they had endured. One Frenchman told me how he and 15 others were ordered to destroy food supplies by dumping them in the stream around the camp, a sort of moat — despite the fact that that all 15 were starving and dying of hunger.

Suddenly they jumped the one SS guard, hiding in the woods until they were rescued a few days later by the Americans. Another prisoner, a former German opposition leader who spent seven years in the camp, described the death march through Munich designed to send the remaining ambulatory prisoners up into the Tyrol, where the Nazis vainly hoped to make a last stand.

A French friend recounted how those who fell behind were summarily executed by the Nazi SS guards.

On this marche au mort the prisoners had to push carts full of civilian clothes so that the SS guards could shed their uniforms and fade into the local villages.

Another Frenchman told us how he and a small group of deportees were jammed into a railroad car en route to Dachau when the car was abandoned in a gulley and became a target for Allied bombers who thought it was a German troop train.

The French prisoners ripped their clothing apart and fabricated a tricolor, which they put on the top of their car. Later they thought they would all be executed if left there, as the train could not move.

Fortunately, my French friend and another prisoner managed to slip through the German lines and arrived at an American outpost. There they identified themselves, not easy with prison garb on, and persuaded their American friends to return to the train with a bulldozer, pulling the former cattle car back to safety.

Dozens of conversations over this 65th anniversary revealed remarkable feats of courage by former prisoners.

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