A witness: this is how Martin Gray, who just disappeared at 94, qualified himself.
Deported to the Treblinka extermination camp where his family was murdered, he embodied the tragedy of his century, which he told in a story that shocked the world and was a global success, “On behalf of all my people,” writes Max Gallo.
Witness, he will remain so with his other books, directly inspired by the tragedies of his life.
Writing enabled him to overcome each of these trials, making him a symbol of what was not yet called resilience.