1944 when they give up the Lodz ghetto . . . they give up .
. . they was some in them a people lot of people coming to
Auschwitz from Lodz. A lot of people got killed in Lodz. In
the ghetto got the children. The Germans hold the
people with the children, hold the and the children was grown up a
little, and 4 years is not a baby, you know. When they was
coming to Auschwitz. When they was coming in 1944, September,
October. In the two months, I don't know what's happened. Til now nothing can figure out with the Germans . . . they
all was crazy. They. . . they . . . they holler to make it
go fast . . .everything the crematoriums. They throw in the
people, you know, in the crematoriums . . . the children. I
never will forget . . . alive . . . they throw them in the
crematoriums . . . They grabbed by an arm by a leg, by the
head, and throw them into the ovens. There it was so tragic
the . . . the . . . the cries and people when crying there,
you know, was so terrible. I can feel it now . . . I can
even see the other people . . . the other people was crying
the . . . the children was hollering, "Mama, Daddy help me!
Mama, Daddy help me!" You know, was was terrible . . .
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