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Frankfurt, Germany

Daniel and his family lived here before being forced to move to the Lodz ghetto in Poland.

Trains

Trains carry Daniel away from his home in Frankfurt, from the Lodz ghetto to Auschwitz, from Auschwitz to Buchenwald and again from Buchenwald back to Lodz. Daniel and the others are loaded into the trains as if they are cattle.

Picture album

The picture album holds memories of his family and happy times. Later the album is replaced by just a few pictures which are replaced by memories of incidents.

Camera

Daniel received a camera from Auntie Leah when Uncle Peter went to the camp. He takes pictures of people with it and tries to sell them the pictures to make money. Daniel used it to take pictures of Jews being harassed in the public square while in Auschwitz, and used his photography skills to get a job...

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