When Wanda Poltawska was a young girl, she participated in Polands resistance against the Nazis. She was captured by the Gestapo and was deported to Ravensbruk concentration camp. That’s where Adolf Hitlers personal doctor, Karl Gebhardt subjected her to horrific medical experiments. Wanda says her curiosity to find how far human cruelty would go, was the only thing that kept her alive. After the war, she went home completely demoralized and began searching for a priest to help her reconcile with humanity.

Copyright notice: Wanda Półtawska (b. November 2, 1921 in Lublin, Poland) – Polish physician and publicist. She lives in Cracow, Poland. Source, Wikipedia, Mariusz Kubik, CC BY 3.0