Egon Berger suffered and survived through forty-four months as a prisoner in Jasenovac, a concentration camp in the former Yugoslavia during WWII. He published his eyewitness account in Croatian in 1966 – the only survivor of Jasenovac to do so – and for the past three decades, Ruth H. Bloch, a Mount Washington resident, dreamed of having it published in English. It’s a story that Ben Hiller, Bloch’s grandson and editor of the recent publication, says needed to be told.
Egon Berger: 44 Months in Jasenovac
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