“Food became very scarce. We had to queue up and every time I got near the shop they would pull me out of the queue and say ‘You Jews have to wait until we have all been served.”

“We were packed like herrings; lying on top of one another for several days without any food or water.”

“You know there are people now, only seventy years later, who deny the Holocaust. Imagine one hundred years, one hundred and fifty or two hundred years on– it would be forgotten altogether. So, the generations have to ask the questions and have to carry it on. They must carry it on!”