I’ve just finnished reading the book of Vasily Grossman about what he saw and heard about Treblinka.
This is the italian version that I read: http://www.ibs.it/code/9788845924842/grossman-vasilij/inferno-treblinka.html
His words are still in my head… Even if the book sometimes hands out some russian “propaganda”, typical for the period in either side of the warfront, the tale of what happened in Treblinka is still very moving and heartwrenching. Some pages are inconceivably hard to read. But whoever needs to know about the concentration and extermination camps has to read this small yet very dense booklet.
More info can be found here:
- The Study Center Vasily Grossman is the only center in the world dedicated to the Russian author, and it is a point of reference for the research on the figure and the works of Vasily Grossman
- The wikipedia page dedicated to Vasily Grossman
- The hell of Treblinka is freely available via Desi Quintans’ site either in html or pdf version http://www.desiquintans.com/permalink.php?PostID=231