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The world Third is the story of Philip Riteman today and his commitment to spreading his message “Hate destroys people communities and countries Love binds us all together and makes a better world”Philip Riteman’s story was recorded by Mireille Baulu MacWillie during a series of interviews at Philip’s home in Nova Scotia Canada#1 on the Chronicle Herald Nova Scotia Bestseller List January 9 2011World French language rights sold to Bayard Canada. Loved the story glad I read this From having to lie about his age and occupation to survive as a prisoner of the Nazis To his life after where he decided to become a self made man That he told his story to students lest we never forget so we do not repeat the past

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Millions of Souls The Philip Riteman Story

Ments that can be inflicted on human beings degradation dehumanization starvation hard labour daily beatings torture and deliberate cold blooded murder Millions of Souls is told in three parts First is Philip’s account of life in his hometown and as an eyewitness to the struggle for survival in the concentration camps Second is the story of Philip’s exodus to Newfoundland after the war where he discovered that there was still some humanity left in. This book was hard to read in places painfully so but I couldn t NOT read it I think the best way to tell you about this book is to write here what is on the back cover Philip Riteman is a Holocaust survivor whose mission is to educate today s youth on the atrocities committed against millions of Jews and Gentiles by Adolf Hitler s Nazi regime during World War II From the Pruzhany Ghetto Poland Philip and his family were deported to Auschwitz Birkenau There his entire family was exterminated As the lone survivor Philip was used as a forced labourer in five concentration camps where he witnessed the cruellest treatments that can be inflicted on human beings degradation dehumanization starvation hard labour daily beatings torture and deliberate cold blooded murderMillions of Souls is told in three parts First is Philip s account of life in his hometown and as an eyewitness to the struggle for survival in the concentration camps Second is the story of Philip s exodus to Newfoundland after the war where he discovered that there was still some humanity left in the world Third is the story of Philip Riteman today and his commitment to spreading his message Hate destroys people communities and countries Love binds us all together and makes a better world Philip Riteman s story was recorded by Mireille Baulu MacWillie during a series of interviews at Philip s home in Nova Scotia Canada I speak for millions and millions who cannot speak Philip RitemanThank you Mr Riteman

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Philip Riteman is a Holocaust survivor whose mission is to educate today’s youth on the atrocities committed against millions of Jews and Gentiles by Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime during World War II From the Pruzhany Ghetto Poland Philip and his family were deported to Auschwitz Birkenau There his entire family was exterminated As the lone survivor Philip was used as a forced labourer in five concentration camps where he witnessed the cruellest treat. A fantastic book possibly the best Holocaust memoir I ve read yet It s too bad it wasn t edited better and that the cover is so dated I m left wanting to know it was so fascinating and I ve never read such a detailed graphic account before


10 thoughts on “Millions of Souls The Philip Riteman Story

  1. says:

    I first met Philip Riteman in 2004 when he came to speak at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton New Brunswick Canada It was one of the most memorable and important moments of my life Years later Philip sat down to record his story a

  2. says:

    I really wanted to give this book five stars because I've heard DrRiteman speak a number of times as well as having spoken to him in casual settings and he is such a strong and inspirational person who has an incredibly powerful and horrifying life story to tell Unfortunately I was not a fan of how Baulu MacWillie translated the memories of Dr Riteman onto paper which is why it is four stars I do believe that t

  3. says:

    A fantastic book possibly the best Holocaust memoir I’ve read yet It’s too bad it wasn’t edited better and that the cover is so dated I’m left wanting to know ; it was so fascinating and I’ve never read such a detailed graphic account before

  4. says:

    This book was hard to read in places painfully so but I couldn't NOT read it I think the best way to tell you about this book is to write here what is on the back cover“Philip Riteman is a Holocaust survivor whose mission is to educate today’s youth on the atrocities committed against millions of Jews and Gentiles by Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime during World War II From the Pruzhany Ghetto Poland Philip and his fami

  5. says:

    I've read multiple accounts of tbe atrocities committed during the Holocaust They are never easy to read and often rather disturbing but they must be read so that the events and history are not lost and so that the millions of people simply eradicated are given some thought The recollections of Philip Reitman are not necessarily or less disturbing that others that experienced the nazi death camps but they are his partic

  6. says:

    Amazing story Amazing man My parents are good friends with Phil and his wife My father met Phil why he was stationed in Newfoundland during the Korean War Phil and his wife welcomed my dad into their home for dinner many times while he was the

  7. says:

    Millions of Souls The Philip Riteman Story by Philip Riteman Mireille Baulu MacWillieThis is a story that should be read b

  8. says:

    Loved the story glad I read this From having to lie about his age and occupation to survive as a prisoner of the Nazis To his life after where he decided to become a self made man That he told his story to students lest we never forg

  9. says:

    This book had a very powerful message I found the story to be very touching and moving However I absolutely hated Mireille Baulu MacWillie's writing style

  10. says:

    “Millions of Souls” is a Holocaust memoir It was recommended to me by someone who said it is one of the horrific Holocaust books that they have read They were right “Millions of Souls” does not pad the story of the Holocaust It dives right in and give you everything Nothing is sugar coated and there is

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