The Most Important Book I’ve Ever Read

Viktor Frankl, 20 years after being liberated from Auschwitz-Birkenau. Wikimedia Commons image

When Viktor Frankl arrived into Auschwitz concentration camp, he still had hope.

Most people did, he recalls. Everybody on the train knew what Auschwitz was, and what it meant for the passengers. Many had been to other concentration camps before.

And yet, most people genuinely believed that somehow, it might all end up being okay.




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