Holocaust Hero

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  • Exposition 
  • You have to come with me!!
  • Rising Action
  • Get in there you need to go to Vittel before I get fired!!!!
  • Rising Action
  • I  was arrested by the Germans in November 1940, together with other British citizens who were now enemy aliens. At first, we were all imprisoned in barracks in Besançon, a civilian internee camp. In May 1941, all the British subjects, numbering 400, were sent to Vittel detention camp.
  • Climax
  • I am hearing people cry in the train to where I am going to the Vittel. I see bones on the floor with fleas and lice. They crawl up my arm and body and I feel dirty like I never before. People are starving and I keep saying please help me get out to myself. A few hours later we end up at our destination. The train stops we all get excited to get out. 
  • Falling Action
  • "Screaming"
  • We hope in line for roll call and we have to get some sleep so I was forced to be bunked with 3-4 other woman and it was really uncomfortable.
  • Resolution
  • Welcome Back !!!!
  •  I start seeing people walk by me and shake their heads and I see them look worried about something going to happen. I wait in line for a few long hours. After a while, I and this huge group of woman go into this building. the Germans tell us that we have to get our haircut so I waited until dark. While I was getting my haircut I was feeling sad and lonely.
  • Get in there now!!!!
  • Welcome to Vittel.
  • After my haircut, there was this room that we had to get undressed in all the way. There was over 100 woman undressed in this room with shower heads. The Germans locked the door. There was this moment where we had the lights go out it was pitch black and there was really hot water coming down from the roof from the shower heads. It was really hot water everybody was screaming.
  • A Year Later I got released to go back home then I thought about how people survived in those camps. I kept thinking about how people survived then I had to plan out how I could save those poor people. I went home and talked to my family about this and they wanted to help but I told them that they would be in even more dangerous than being in one of those concentration camps. 
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