”I have terrible news, .........Deportation.” (Page 11)
Step by step the Germans began to take away our rights, “The first step:Jews would not be allowed to leave their houses for three days-on pain of death.”(Page 8)
Then they forced us into ghettos, “The Street where we lived, Serpent Street, was inside the first ghetto. We still lived, therefore, in our own house.”(Page 9), then “Little by little life returned to normal.” (Page 9)
Until one night father came home with terrible news, of our deportation, this is when, “The race toward death had begun.”(Page 8)
”Everyone get out! Everyone out of the wagon! Quickly!” (Page 26)
Then the Hungarian police forced us to leave, so “We marched to the station where a convoy of cattle wagons was waiting”(Page 20) to take us away.
Now that they had taken everything from us, came news that we all dreaded, “From this moment, you come under the authority of the German army.”(Page 21)
Finally “We had arrived-at Birkenau, reception center for Auschwitz.”(Page 26)