Rudolf Vrba and Alfred Wetzler’s “Escape from Auschwitz, April 1944”

The two escapees were determined to alert the outside world to the reality of Auschwitz, and to the fate that seemed to be in store for the Jews of Hungary. Wetzler, who was twenty-six, had been an actual witness of the destruction of the Theresienstadt family camp. Vrba was nineteen … Continue reading Rudolf Vrba and Alfred Wetzler’s “Escape from Auschwitz, April 1944”