Survival in Auschwitz. As told by Primo Levi. By: Courtney Novotny, Russel Thomas, Brian Briggs . Primo Levi. Born in 1919; died in 1987 Arrested during the Second World War as a member of the anti-Fascist resistance Primo Levi was a chemist.
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As told by Primo Levi
By: Courtney Novotny,
Russel Thomas, Brian Briggs
Primo Levi was captured by the Fascist Militia on December 13, 1943, at the age of 24.
He was Italian-Jewish.
He was then sent to a detention camp called Fossoli.
When roll was called at the camp, for every person that wasn’t there, ten were killed.
The weather was very intense and cold.
The SS Army forced all the young men off the train and grouped them together.
All their watches and money were taken by the SS.
Your mettle was not made; you were made men, To follow after knowledge and excellence” (qtd. in Levi 113).
Bauer, Jerry. Levi. 12 Sep 2004 <http://www.inch.com/%7Eari/levi1/html>
Levi, Primo. Survival in Auschwitz. New York: Touchstone, 1958.
Penhall, Susan. The electrified border fence at Auschwitz. 12 Sep 2004 <http://www.web.