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The Pole clicked his heels and saluted me mumbling about his mission in a broken German.As a result, all the strenuous efforts of the staff were wasted, and the louse plague increased, also spreading to the staff and employees.Their homes were returned to them and they resumed their practice and worked in the hospital.It just takes up room in the closet.After listening to this for hours our hearts sank Page 56 in despair, our throats dried up, we were just looking at each other without uttering a word.Judenrat also served as the main, judenrat oberjudenrat ) for the entire Radom district.1,500 Radom Jews were deported to the small town of Busko in December 1940, to be followed by a further 1,000 in February 1941.One was known to have been maintained by Miss Finkler.Curfew laws prohibited Jews from leaving their homes, without proper permission from the authorities, between.M.Thus I was fortunate to be able to sneak out ten members of my immediate family from the Ghetto.Near Kosow, I then met about fifty young Jewish men who had escaped from the trains and from Treblinka.

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I saw many wounded women with infants in their arms, who fell off the boards and were shot.At one time I was ordered to dig a separate small grave, a yard and a half young, while a six year old Jewish boy sat nearby, under the watchful eye of.S.So far they did not realize they were talking to a Jew, because my German pronunciation was faultless.At the beginning of 1942, courses in dressmaking, taught by Lutka Landau and Rachel Finkelstein were organized.These courses aroused a great deal of interest among the Jewish youth.The engineer Baum prevailed upon the representative of the German labor office.We were two hundred in a car, squeezed so tightly that we could hardly breathe.At one time the Germans were petitioned to permit the reopening of schools in the Ghetto.

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