Ron Jones: The Auschwitz Goalkeeper



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Review for The Auschwitz Goalkeeper by Roy Jones and Joe Lovejoy I eally enjoyed eading this book and found it very informative Ron wanted to tell people about his TRUE experiences in Auschwitz and also tell his view on the books and articles written by others who were in Auschwitz including The Man who broke into Au. The Auschwitz Goalkeeper is a prisoner of war’s true story It is the story of a man who endured the horrors of the most notorious death camp of them all before being brutally forced to march across Europe as the SS etreated before the advancing Russians This is no sanitized boys’ own adventure Indeed it is a bo.

Shcwitz It is interesting that amongst Ron there were other survivors who provided information to show that many of these account were untrue or very much exaggerated The book isn t entirely about Ron s experience but about several survivors Ron actually sadly passed away ecently and if you type into oldest poppy selle. Ok which gives the lie to the self glorifying claims of some of Ron Jones’s fellow British POWs at Auschwitz I have chosen to speak out 70 years after the event because I am concerned by other accounts which focus on personal heroism and downgrade the conduct of honest less fanciful prisoners It is this sense of

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R dies you can Graeco-Egyptian Magick read about him Ron was FROM Wales as I am so I got to learn about what happened here during the war I learned a few new things whilsteading this and would Slave Again (Whispers of Refuge recommend to anyone who is interested ineading about Auschwitz I gave this book 55 Brilliant i say no Why are you still eadingyou are weirdok bye. Utrage that has prompted a 96 year old man to set the ecord straight once and for all It is my intention to tell it exactly as it was The fact that British POWs ended up in Auschwitz needs no embroidery and eceives none here It was a truly terrible time and I witnessed things I wouldn’t wish my worst enemy to se.