While rising up in New York, Marilyn Shimon steadily visited her uncle in California. She noticed his scars, gaped at his “31321” tattoo, and listened to his terrible tales of the Holocaust. Then again, she may just now not relate to the struggling he continued or have in mind the importance of his bills—till now.

In this grisly memoir, Marilyn resurrects Murray Scheinberg’s tales of six hellish years in Nazi focus camps all the way through International Warfare II. The Polish Jew was once probably the most first 8 males to go into Auschwitz, as a political prisoner in 1940, and probably the most Ultimate to flee Dachau.

Rejected by way of a writer within the Nineteen Sixties as a result of its improbable main points, this real tale, in spite of everything to be had to the general public, will surprise, horrify, and contact readers.

Abraham H. Foxman, nationwide director emeritus at the Anti-Defamation League, says of the guide: “First One In, Ultimate One Out:Auschwitz Survivor 31321 is a harrowing tale of staying power, success, egotism, and morality, one guy’s tale of survival within the face of Nazi brutality and anti-Semitism. Murray Scheinberg’s memoir of survival during the Nazi Holocaust symbolizes guy’s decision to reside regardless of the percentages. Nevertheless it additionally represents the degradation of the human spirit imposed at the Jews of Europe by way of the evil Nazi system. It’s each an uplifting tale and a sorry one approximately human nature within the face of evil.”

“An impressive telling of a shifting and heartfelt tale.”

––Ira Hochman, Pleasant Guests Software/Holocaust Survivors

“I’m moved to tears past what I will specific. That is a really improbable tale and the writer’s writing is terribly shifting.The tale is a testomony of existence and can train long run generations that just right triumphs over evil.”

––Ruth Baran Gerold, kid of Holocaust survivors

“The writer brilliantly wrote approximately her uncle’s existence right through the Nazi regime. She effectively engages the reader within the feelings and drama of this terrible duration.It is a will have to-learn-web page turner.”

––Larry Klass, Retired Veteran-US Army

“This can be a robust and compelling tale that are meant to be promoted in faculties and browse by way of all.”

––Faye Kilstein, kid of Auschwitz survivor