God cried at Auschwitz
On May 10, 1940, our peace-loving life in Amsterdam was violated. Our population went into decline as the occupying forces plundered possessions and food supplies, and put people into slave labour camps. However, the Nazis had further plans which resulted in the deportation of 105,000 Jewish people from Holland. Less than 5,000 returned from the death camps. The rest were eliminated, among them Betty's entire family. Betty Lissing is a remarkable woman, who, within these pages, embarks upon a spiritual journey which, without the horrors of Auschwitz, she could never have begun. The brutal dehumanisation she experienced becomes a voyage of self-discovery and slowly develops into an amazing philosophy of forgiveness and hope for the future of mankind. Soft cover, photographs, 160 pages.