Socrates created and embodied a living holistic philosophy that integrated mind, body and soul. He asked the timeless question that affects us all: What is the right way to live?
Rudolf Reder was the only postwar survivor of Belzec, an infamous Nazi death camp where 700,000 Jews were killed in a few short months. David Suchet reads Mr. Reder's little-known but remarkable and shocking firsthand account of how the SS organised death on an industrial and inhuman scale. Mark Forstater provides an introduction to the audio and adds a personal memoir of his own family, and how he discovered Mr. Reder's witness statement.
"Two different things"