Clarion Rating: 5 out of 5
In Abe-vs.-Adolf, Maya Ross and Abe Peck speak powerfully for the voiceless millions whose stories will never be told.
In the early morning of April 30, 1945, an American tank plowed through the entrance of the Allach concentration camp, ripping through barbed wire fences to liberate the prisoners. One of them, Abe Peck, had spent over five years in nine different Nazi concentration camps. His story, as told in Maya Ross’s Abe-vs.-Adolf: The True Story of Holocaust Survivor Abe Peck, is fraught with the chilling truth that “our fate hinges on learning from our past.”