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Forgiving Hitler

Forgiving Hitler

The Kathy Diosy story as told by Kel Richards

from 3 reviews

This is the story of one Jewish woman's escape from the Nazis during WWII.

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When Kathy Diosy touched the boots of the hanged men, the ones who had murdered families like hers and destroyed countless lives, she felt pleasure - the pleasure of revenge.

From Budapest to Vienna, from Austria to Australia, the story of Kathy's escape from the Nazis is also one of escape from bitterness and hatred.

It's a journey to discover who needs to forgive whom.

Product details


Contributors Kel Richards
ISBN 9781876326494
Format Paperback
First published January 2004
Dimensions 130mm x 198mm x 17mm
Language English
Pages 207
Publisher Matthias Media
Customer reviews


“fantastic faith”

Wonderful story of the faith of someone who suffered so much I could not put the book down it was so great a read I would recommend this to anyone who does not understand what having faith mean.
One of the best books I have read this year.


“Encouraging story. Gripping”

It is good to see how God has been at work in this lady's life; helping her to forgive such great evil and to find forgiveness herself


“An encouraging holiday read...”

I enjoyed reading this detailed and vividly personal account of one woman's survival through the Nazi regime. I read it over a two day period - so it was certainly gripping - however, I think I was expecting more detail of how Kathy Diosy's life had changed since becoming a christian. I was eagerly anticipating the part of the book where we learnt about Jesus awesome sacrifice for Kathy, but felt it was rather rushed and crammed into the last chapter or so. As a result you were left with a long (but no doubt interesting) account of her sufferring in the Nazi regime, and not an abounding amount of detail to do with her faith.

Overall an encouraging and inspiring read.

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