The Man With the Miraculous Hands

The Man With the Miraculous Hands

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This amazing story of World War 2 chronicles the carrer of Dr Felix Kersten, physicain to the high-demon of the Third Reich, Heinrich Himmler. Kersten, an alternative medicine specialist, could alleviate Himmler's severe stomach pains with his hands, using massage and manipulation. In return, Kersten bargained with Himmler to order the release of innocent prisoners condemned to die. By war's end, thanks to Kersten, thousands of jews and other prisoners had eluded the fate of the concentration camp. This is a memorable account of a little-known miracle of World War 2.
Publisher: Short Hills, NJ : Burford Books, [2004], c1961.
ISBN: 9781580801225
Branch Call Number: BIO KERSTEN F. Kessel
Characteristics: 235 p. ;,21 cm.
Alternative Title: Mains du miracle


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