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Just one question “What would you do?”
It is a question of dying or living. The primal human instinct’Survival’
And there is no need to reply to this blog, just reply in your own mind with your own conscience.
A buried letter written by Greek Jew Marcel Nadjari while he was at the Auschwitz concentration camp has recently been made legible thanks to the efforts of Russian historian Pavel Polian who spent years reconstructing the document.
Marcel Nadjari, a Jewish merchant from Greece deported by the Nazis to the death camp in Poland, buried his account in a thermos, hoping that one day it might tell his family and the world about the brutality there.
He explains how he would shepherd soon-to-be-killed Jews to the gas chambers, where Nazis would use whips to force in as many as could fit, before hermetically sealing the doors and killing all inside.
Below are some translated excerpts of that letter.
“If you read about the things we did, you’ll say, how could anyone do that, burn their fellow Jews? That’s what I said at first, too, and thought many times.”
“After half an hour, we opened the doors of the gas chamber, and our work began. We carried the corpses of these innocent women and children to the elevator, which brought them into the room with the ovens, and they put them in there the furnaces, where they were burnt without the use of fuel, because of the fat they have.”
He described how in the crematoriums, “a human being ends up as about 640 grams of ashes.”
“We all suffer things here that the human mind can not imagine,”
“Underneath a garden, there are two endless basement rooms: one is meant for undressing, the other is a death chamber.People enter naked and when it is filled with about 3,000 people, it is closed and they are gassed.”
“Many times I thought of coming in with them to the gas chambers,”
“I wanted to live to avenge the death of Papa and Mama, and that of my beloved little sister, Nelli.”
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