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And frankly irrelevant facts and figures about Auschwitz concentration camps and German industrial policy and all fairly superficial stuff that doesn t come to any conclusion r doesn t really enlighten the already slightly bewildered and disenfrnchised readerWho knows what the real author f this book football journalist Joe Lovejoy really had in mind here ne could surmise for hours but what is for sure this book is an entirely different read by an entirely different author to what its title and dust cover legend suggests And a much disappointing Powerless Against You outcome it delivers sadly Review for The Auschwitz Goalkeeper by Roy Jones and Joe Lovejoy I really enjoyed reading this book and found it very informative Ron wanted to tell people about his TRUE experiences in Aus. Ok which gives the lie to the self glorifying claimsf some f Ron Jones’s fellow British POWs at Auschwitz I have chosen to speak ut 70 years after the event because I am concerned by ther accounts which focus n personal heroism and downgrade the conduct Dobys Lessons (Brats in Training of honest less fanciful prisoners It is this sensef
This book doesn t really do what it says The Texan Meets His Match on the tinIt claims to be written by Ron Jones a British POW who survived Auschwitz but it is very clearly not written by himThe Auschwitz Goalkeeper suggests that there may well be a fair bitf the narrative about a goalkeeper in a football team set up in a prison camp but apart from a very fleeting reference most f the football beyond the title is non existentFinally the reader expects from the title the name f the author and all the blurb n the dust sheet to read the story f an individual who survived ne f the most brutal concentration camps Blue Guide New York of the Second World War That individuals story is in there somewhere but it disappears for many chaptersn end at various stages f the book to be replaced by regurgitated. The Auschwitz Goalkeeper is a prisoner f war’s true story It is the story Monsieur de Saint-George: Virtuoso, Swordsman, Revolutionary: A Legendary Life Rediscovered of a man who endured the horrorsf the most notorious death camp Garden of The Gods of them all before being brutally forced to march across Europe as the SS retreated before the advancing Russians This is no sanitized boys’wn adventure Indeed it is a bo.
Chwitz and also tell his view n the books and articles written by thers who were in Auschwitz including The Man who broke into Aushcwitz It is interesting that amongst Ron there were The Fruits of Graft: Great Depressions Then and Now other survivors who provided information to show that manyf these account were untrue r very much exaggerated The book isn t entirely about Ron s experience but about several survivors Ron actually sadly passed away recently and if you type into ldest poppy seller dies you can read about him Ron was FROM Wales as I am so I got to learn about what happened here during the war I learned a few new things whilst reading this and would recommend to anyone who is interested in reading about Auschwitz I gave this book 55 Brilliant i say no Why are you still readingyou are weirdok by. Utrage that has prompted a 96 year Musical Mathematics: On the Art and Science of Acoustic Instruments old man to set the record straightnce and for all It is my intention to tell it exactly as it was The fact that British POWs ended up in Auschwitz needs no embroidery and receives none here It was a truly terrible time and I witnessed things I wouldn’t wish my worst enemy to se.