Sunday, July 15, 2018
A Story My Mother Heard in the Slave Labor Camp
A Story My Mother Heard In the Slave Labor Camp
They took me from my children, three little ones.
They said the children would be useless in the camps in Germany. They were too young to do anything but cry for food.
I begged the soldiers to let me take them with me. I said I’d care for them and do the work for all of us. I even dropped on my knees and wept, clung to their boots, but they said no. I asked them who would feed them, and they said surely a neighbor would.
I couldn’t stop weeping, and they said if I didn’t, they would shoot the children.
So I left them behind in Dębno.