I am Kira Zylberszac or perhaps I should say I was Kira Zylberszac. My age is 7 years old
I died on August 19 1942 together with my younger brother Serge, We did not die because we were sick or someway a threat to the world. We died because of an ideology.
You see we were Jewish and considered undesirable, we were less then animals. Well we must have been because the same people who send us to Auschwitz to die, they passed laws.
In 1933 the Nazis passed laws regulating the slaughter of animals. Hermann Goering announced an end to the “unbearable torture and suffering in animal experiments” and it was said that anyone who treated animals as inanimate property would be sent to a concentration camp.
Among other things, the law forbade any unnecessary harm to animals, banned the inhumane treatment of animals in the production of movies, and outlawed the use of dogs in hunting. Cutting the tails and ears of dogs without anesthesia was also banned, and livestock were supposed to be killed humanely. Strangely, the Nazis were particularly concerned with the suffering of lobsters in restaurants. In 1936, a special law was passed regarding the correct way of dispatching lobsters and crabs and thus mitigating their painful deaths.
But these laws did not apply to me and my brother.
Reblogged this on History of Sorts.
This is powerful! Though the earth was deprived of these and millions of others I can’t help believe that as those made in God’s image and loved by Him they are waiting somewhere to be joined by us.