Beyond the Last Path: A Buchenwald Survivor's Story, first published in 1947, is the first-hand account by Eugene Weinstock, a Hungarian Jew who was imprisoned by the Nazis in World War Two at the Buchenwald concentration/extermination camp in Germany. The book is a simply told, yet profoundly moving account of his arrest and imprisonment at the infamous camp, where the cremation ovens operated virtually non-stop. Weinstock attributes his survival, in part, to the strong underground organization within the camp, which helped maintain order and distribute supplies equitably. The book concludes with the liberation of the prison by US troops, at which time, Weinstock weighed a mere 80 pounds.
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