On March 26, 1942, close to 1000 women were taken from the Ravensbrück concentration camp to Auschwitz, mots of them were deemed “criminals” and “a-socials”.Only a few hours later, yet another transport arrived. Again, it was made up of almost 1000 Jewish women from Slovakia. It would be first transport of women to Auschwitz.
Rather then going into the details of this event I will focus on 4 eye witness accounts of women who survived the Holocaust.
Laura Varon on the experience when she first arrived in Auschwitz
“They opened the doors, the squeaking doors… and a little bit of air came… When we arrived in Auschwitz, we were already numb: the bones, the legs were not moving anymore. Two men in striped uniforms, because they heard us speaking Ladino, they told us in Ladino, ‘We are Greeks from Saloniki. Give the children to the old people,’ they told us…
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