First edition of I Survived a Secret Nazi Extermination Camp by Rudolf Reder.
Octavo, 71pp. Illustrated paperback, title on cover, photographs on rear panel. Light shelf wear to covers. First edition statement on copyright page. A near fine example, likely never read. This work is based off the book Belzec, published in 1946 by the Jewish Historical Committee of Krakow.
The story of Belzec, the Nazi German extermination camp near Belzec, Poland. It is believed that upwards of 600,000 Jews were murdered at the camp, primarily Polish Jews. Very few survived the camp, which is why Belzec is less well known than Auschwitz or Treblinka. This book was compiled by the film producer Mark Forstater and tells of the experiences of Rudolf Reder, one of the few known survivors of Belzec.