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You are not the only science experiment my dear! My name is Dr. Josef Mengel and I experiment on many different Jews. I inject them with diseases, freeze them, cut off their limbs, and even once sewed twins together to make siamese twins! All in the name of research to solve the "Jewish Problem".
It is 1943 and I am now at Auschwitz where I gave birth to my child...this doctor has ordered my breast be tied off so I may not feed my child!! My baby is going to die if I do not feed here. Someone please help me.
I tried to keep my baby alive by feeding her bread soaked in water..but she was dying. A prison doctor convinced me to inject her with morphine to put her out of her misery...my poor baby has died!! Someone please rescue me from this hell.
Sources: https://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/idcard.php?ModuleId=10006390 https://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10007060 https://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005059
Ruth was liberated by U.S. troops at a labor camp near Leipzig, Germany. After the war, she remarried and lived in Prague. In 1949 she emigrated to Israel.
I think that Ruth's story is a very powerful story about a Holocaust survivor. Ruth shows just how real the Holocaust was. She had dreams of becoming a pianist and those were ripped from her.
She was forced to move to an extermination camp after she became pregnant. She was forced to starve her own child to death! Yet she still survived until the allies liberated the camp. Ruth's story shows a will to survive and a hope for a future.
Ruth wanted a life just like anyone else did and I think her story shows us that we must be more compassionate in today's time. Just because someone is different, or believes differently from us, that does not mean that they are bad! No one deserves to go through what the Jews went through during the Holocaust.
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