Wanda Półtawska, a Polish woman sent to the Ravensbrück camp, recounts the painful Nazi medical experiments she endured and her lifelong trauma.
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- Wanda Półtawska is a survivor of the Ravensbrück concentration camp during World War II.
- The book explores Półtawska’s experiences and the impact of the war on her life.
- Półtawska’s friendship with Karol Wojtyła (the future Pope John Paul II) plays a significant role in the book.
- The book sheds light on the resilience and courage of Półtawska and her journey toward redemption.
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