The children’s camp on Przemyslowa Street in Lodz, which was located within the Lodz Ghetto.Separated from the Ghetto only by a high fence made of planks.
The young inmates were Polish children from all of Poland’s regions.The children were either ophans or the children of deported parents. They were aged between 2 and 17 but the majority were between the ages of 8 and 12 Not much is known how children were selected or reasons why they ended up there. There is one record claiming that a young boy was sent to Litzmannstadt because he was caught without a ticket on a train.
The Nazis were always on the look out for children who did fit the ‘aryan’ profile.Those among them found to be suitable, were transported from Litzmannstadt to the greater German Reich for adoption and Germanisation to be raised as Germans.
The conditions were harsh in the camp.Everyone slept…
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