Man Is Wolf To Man: Surviving The Gulag (Review)

Janusz Bardach’s Man Is Wolf To Man:  Surviving The Gulag ranks among the best prison-camp memoirs of the Second World War era.  As an epic of suffering and survival, it makes an excellent companion to Siegfried Knappe’s Soldat:  Reflections Of A German Soldier, 1936-1949, another dark chronicle of a dark era.

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