Les Sept possibilités du train 713 en partance d’Auschwitz

Author(s): Armand Gatti
Using his highly theatrical style, Gatti dramatizes the curious circumstance confronting some survivors of the Auschwitz extermination camp, who were forced to travel for months by train by their Soviet liberators, with ironic parallels to their earlier horrific transport to the death camp.
Format: Drama

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Original or Prominent Production:
University of Rochester, New York. Written and directed by Armand Gatti, 1988
Nationality of Author: French
Original Language: French
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