This person was prisoner number 174517 and was an Italian Jew.
This person was a carpenter from Tripoli.
This person translated for the prisoners and had a large scar on his face.
This person was an ex-sergeant from the Austro-Hungarian army who earned an Iron Cross and insisted that hygiene was necessary for dignity and propriety.
This person was very young and seemed to have lost his humanity; he was known not by a name, but by the last three figures of his entry number.
This person was a 22-year-old Italian who viewed the camp as a war and used survival skills well; he and another Italian became friends.
This person was an engineer who tended the corns and wounded feet of fellow prisoners.
This person was a red-haired Pole who had lived in France for 20 years.
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