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Zits is a comic strip written by cartoonist Jerry Scott and illustrated by Jim Borgman about the life of Jeremy Duncan, a 16-year-old high school sophomore (previously a 15-year-old for the life of the comic).The comic debuted in July 1997 in over 200 newspapers and has since become popular worldwide and received multiple awards.Running gags in the strip include depictions of Jeremy's room as being so messy that Connie has to dig a tunnel to reach him, his tallness and growth spurts, and his ability to consume vast quantities of food in seconds (either by literally inhaling or shoveling it in; one strip even showed him unhinging his jaw to eat a large sandwich).
Nadjari died aged 53 in 1971 - nine years before his Auschwitz notes were discovered.
The Institute of Contemporary History in Munich published Polian's findings in German last month.'The inmates obviously discussed how many trains had arrived,' Mr Polian told the BBC.
'Nadjari's desire for revenge stands out - that's different from the other accounts.'And he pays much more attention to his family.
When his notes were found by a Polish forestry student in 1980, they were virtually unreadable, as wet soil had caused ink to fade on 90 per cent of the documents.
But Russian historian Pavel Polian has now used digital imaging to re-create the messages and they have now been decoded for the first time.
In his manuscript, Nadjari explained the horrors of leading fellow prisoners to the gas chambers every day.'The crematorium is a big building with a wide chimney and 15 ovens,' he wrote, the BBC reported. One is where people undress and the other is the death chamber.'The Sonderkommando was forced to burn the bodies, and collect women's hair and cold filings before throwing the ashes into a nearby river.'People enter it naked and once about 3000 are inside it is locked and they are gassed.