Death Camp Uprising is the story of the escape from Sobibor Concentration Camp. In October 1943, a group of prisoners led by Alexander Pechersky managed to break out of the camp and make their way to freedom. This audiobook tells their harrowing tale, which marked one of the few successful escapes from a concentration camp during World War II.
For who is this book for ?
Death Camp Uprising is a gripping audiobook for children that tells the story of one group’s courageous escape from Sobibor Concentration Camp. Packed with action and adventure, this title will keep listeners on the edge of their seats as they follow the prisoners’ harrowing journey to freedom.
- The story is well-written and easy to follow
- It provides a detailed account of one of the few successful concentration camp escapes during World War II
- The audiobook narration is clear and engaging
- This book is based on a true story.
- It tells the harrowing tale of a group of prisoners who managed to break out of Sobibor Concentration Camp and make their way to freedom.
- This audiobook is perfect for children interested in World War II history.
Learn more about the author
Nel Yomtov is a children’s author and audiobook narrator. She has written dozens of books for young readers, including the New York Times bestselling My Brother Sam Is Dead.
“Death Camp Uprising is an amazing story that truly highlights the human spirit in the face of tragedy. I would definitely recommend this audiobook to anyone looking for a great wartime escape story.”
“Death Camp Uprising is an amazing and engaging audiobook. It tells the story of a group of prisoners who managed to break out of Sobibor Concentration Camp in October 1943, and make their way to freedom. This is a thrilling tale that is sure to captivate listeners.”
“This is an amazing story! I really enjoyed listening to it and learned a lot”
“Death Camp Uprising is an amazing book that tells the story of the escape from Sobibor Concentration Camp. It’s filled with action, adventure, and excitement, and is a must-read for anyone interested in history or World War II.”