'The book written by Eli Gat is not merely: "just one more book of memoirs from the Shoah"."Gat is blessed with exceptional literary skills, whoever reads his memoirs has the feeling that he is watching a movie. His dramatic personal story gives good reason for reading the book."Gat's portrayal of life in the ghetto is very different from the "traditional" ghetto images to which we are accustomed."How the Nazis succeeded in annihilating millions of Jews over a relatively short period of time using minimal manpower resources, and a relatively small amount of other resources."Challenges the natural tendency to search for heroic acts of Jewish armed resistance during the years of the Shoah."Eli Gat's book is engaging, absorbing, informative and above all, thought provoking. One may disagree here and there but it is impossible to remain indifferent.'
NOT 'JUST ANOTHER HOLOCAUST BOOK'