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Night Storyboard
Updated: 10/1/2020
Night Storyboard
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  • The Jews of Sighet—the little town in Transylvania where I spent my child hood—were fond of him. He was poor and lived in utter penury. As a rule, our townspeople, while they did help the needy, did not particularly like them. pg.3
  • The street we lived on, Serpent Street, was in the first ghetto. We therefore could remain in our house. But, as it occupied a corner, the win dows facing the street outside the ghetto had to be sealed. We gave some of our rooms to relatives who had been driven out of their homes. pg.11
  • Crammed into cattle cars by the Hungarian police, they cried silently. Standing on the station platform, we too were crying. The train disappeared over the horizon; all that was left was thick, dirty smoke.pg.6
  • Our clothes were to be thrown on the floor at the back of the barrack. There was a pile there already. New suits, old ones, torn overcoats, rags. For us it meant true equality: nakedness. We trembled in the cold. pg.35
  • US, prisoners were at work. Some were digging holes, others were carrying sand. None as much as glanced at us. We were withered trees in the heart of the desert.pg.37
  • If you don't you will go straight to the chimney. To the crematorium. Work or crematorium—the choice is yours.pg.39
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