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  • Life in Aushwitz and Liberation - Juillet 2005

    So, for the first few days they didn’t want to give us any work. Subsequently I was sent to a German town to build an electric power station ... which I didn’t build I can assure you. But anyway I was given a wheel barrow which I had to push. I didn’t know why [I’d been given it] but I finally understood that it was to occupy. [Apart from that] It had no real meaning. I was staying next to a camp where there were entire families, something that was rare [in concentration camps]. They were (...)