Kent has a flashback going back to when he was removed from his home and was captured by a Nazi Soldier. The soldier makes Kent go to the gates of Auschwitz. The soldier is yelling "Bewegung!", which is "Move!" in German. Kent is sad to be removed from his home and sent to a concentration camp.
Kent is now stuck in a room in the Auschwitz concentration camp. There are people around him that are feeling the same feeling of hunger and disease. The German Nazi soldiers have already fled, so only the people are in the room. Many people start dying because their bodies couldn't handle the pain.
Lots more people start dying off from the diseases and starvation. Only few people remain in the room in Auschwitz. Liberation comes and the British soldiers burst into the room to save the people. The people thought that it was just the Nazi soldiers coming to end them off.
Kent was sent to a hospital in the US after Liberation. He was in the hospital for two days, until he woke up due to a speedy recovery. He doesn't remember a lot because when he was in the room in Auschwitz, he could not focus or think about anything other than the pain of the diseases and starvation. He starts looking around the room to use his curiosity.
The doctor comes into the room to check on the patients, but sees Kent standing up. He assumes that Kent is well enough to be able to go outside. The doctor hands Kent a clipboard showing all the people that survived through liberation. Kent doesn't want the clipboard because he already knows that the rest of his family had died before liberation.
Kent hadn't given up since he was at Auschwitz being starved and hurt by diseases. This ability paid off when Kent was liberated and sent to a hospital. Kent recovered when he was at the hospital, and his recovery was speedy and full. Kent's family didn't make it through the hard times.