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First, Elie and the other Jews were moved into ghettos, and their rights were taken from them.
When they arrived, they were stripped of their clothes and belongings, their hair was shaved, and they received a tattoo of their number that they would be called instead of a name.
Then, they were shoved 80 to a cattle car without a bathroom, or room to move.
Then they were but in barracks, with sometimes up to six people in each bunk.
The prisoners would be hanged when they would steal. The SS had the right to kill prisoners whenever they wanted to without explanation.
Many were murdered in either gas chambers or creamatoriums.
The prisoners were forced to run miles on miles in the piercing cold snow without food, drink, or stopping. If one one would stop, he would be shot or trampled. If one got out of line, he would be shot immediately.
Three days after liberation, Elie landed in the hospital with a near death case of food poisoning.
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