"Your age?" he asked, perhaps trying to sound paternal."
Jews were no longer able to go into restaurants or cafe. "We were no longer allowed go into restaurants or cafe , to travel on the railway, to attend the synagogue, to go out into the street after six o'clock."
"Over there, that's where they will take you. Over there will be your grave."
The Jews were taken to a train to Auschwitz by the Nazis and the Jews had to give there possessions and it was there last chance. "Those of you who still have gold, silver, or watches in your possession must give them up now."
"Their clippers tore out our hair, shaved every hair on our bodies. My head was buzzing; the same thought surfacing over and over: not to be separated from my father."
When the Jews got to Auschwitz the soldiers told them to go to inspection for to see if they can go to work or die.
"You are in Auschwitz. And Auschwitz is not a convalescent home. It is a concentration camp. Here, you must work. If you don't you will go straight to the chimney. To the crematorium. Work or crematorium—the choice is yours."
The Jews had to see the doctor to see if they go to work or be turned to ashes.
The Jews then went to the barber to have all there hair shaved off.
The Jews that are supposed to be working have to remember that if they fail to work they will be crematorium.