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Dialogs with a Kapo - License to Kill

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- It is the surreal mental Odyssey of a young man trying to "Get Back" from the battle field, accompanied by an Auschwitz Kapo, the only "available shrink".

- The surreal nightmare of Jacques, a Tank Company Commander, while realizing what he has actually done.

- Surreal experience from top to bottom (including the "Aliens' language"); mixing audio, video and dialogs, combin
Kindle Edition, 1st edition, 176 pages
Published January 28th 2013
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Eldad Shidlovsky
Feb 04, 2013 Eldad Shidlovsky rated it it was amazing
Dialogues with Kapo is a book which deals with ethical dilemmas of a kapo behavior during the second world war. The kapo as we know was forced to decide on issues that have life and death implications. Its universal dilemmas and essence is more relevant than ever.... You can find a similarity to the Kapo dilemmas in "different planets" at "different times" such as situations of a commander in combat or a politician whose decisions could benefit some people at the expense of others. Those dilemma ...more
Jean Melkovsky
Feb 14, 2013 Jean Melkovsky rated it it was amazing
What a fantastic book.

No, as it has been observed by others, it is not an easy read. Never, not for a single moment, does the author condescend to his readers. It's a book that relies, in many ways, on the reader's full co-operation; then it is truly rewarding.

Unlike most contemporary fiction that is based on historical events, this book doesn't chew them up for the reader to swallow. If you are not acquainted with the milestones of our (quite recent) history, you have no chance to understand. B
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