Auschwitz: True Tales from a Grotesque Land - Chapters 37 - 40, The Plagues of Egypt, Without the Escorts, The First Days of Freedom, The Road Back Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 37 - 40, The Plagues of Egypt, Without the Escorts, The First Days of Freedom, The Road Back Summary and Analysis

Sara's transport reached a military airport with underground hangars; it was in Rostick, Germany. SS men were there, as were Auschwitz functionaries. They made the barracks look like a model camp a week before. They got lice there and the women were helpless to stop them, despite struggling to destroy them.

Sara and the others did not have to work, but some cleaned the camp to have something to do. They wanted food and cared little for freedom. Sara did not want to be evacuated and was able to wash her emaciated body. It was April 1945 and the camp was often awakened by sirens and bombs, filling the prisoners...

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