The Saboteur of Auschwitz

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The Inspiring True Story of a British Soldier Held Prisoner in Auschwitz By Colin Rushton . This is the heart-wrenching and inspirational true account of a courageous little German boy who, against all odds, after losing almost everything a human being can lose, survived to tell his story. This book was originally published as The Kindness of the Hangman. Paperback

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The Inspiring True Story of a British Soldier Held Prisoner in Auschwitz

By Colin Rushton

Paperback

As he watched other prisoners leave and never return, Henry quickly realised these horses were his only lifeline - because every morning he was sent to the stables, was one more morning he escaped the gas chambers.

Before long, caring for the horses became a passion, and their comfort and strength gave Henry a glimmer of life and hope in an ocean of death. Although with every second that passed, Henry knew if he became too weak or made one mistake, he would be mercilessly replaced...

This is the heart-wrenching and inspirational true account of a courageous little German boy who, against all odds, after losing almost everything a human being can lose, survived to tell his story. This book was originally published as The Kindness of the Hangman. 

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The Saboteur of Auschwitz

$4.00 USD $12.00

The Inspiring True Story of a British Soldier Held Prisoner in Auschwitz

By Colin Rushton

Paperback

As he watched other prisoners leave and never return, Henry quickly realised these horses were his only lifeline - because every morning he was sent to the stables, was one more morning he escaped the gas chambers.

Before long, caring for the horses became a passion, and their comfort and strength gave Henry a glimmer of life and hope in an ocean of death. Although with every second that passed, Henry knew if he became too weak or made one mistake, he would be mercilessly replaced...

This is the heart-wrenching and inspirational true account of a courageous little German boy who, against all odds, after losing almost everything a human being can lose, survived to tell his story. This book was originally published as The Kindness of the Hangman. 

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