This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen Setting

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Auschwitz

Auschwitz is the concentration camp in which Tadek is being held prisoner. It is at this camp that his stories “This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen,” “A Day at Harmenz,” “The People Who Walked On,” “Auschwitz, Our Home (A Letter),” “The Death of Schillinger,” “The Man with the Package,” “The Supper,” and “A True Story” take place.

Frauen Konzentration Lager

The Frauen Konzentration Lager, abbreviated F.K.L., is the name of the women’s portion of the concentration camp. Tadek first speaks of the F.K.L. in the story “This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen” when he mentions he and the other men can see the women being deloused in this area of the camp from their barracks.

Harmenz

Harmenz was a portion of the concentration camp Auschwitz. It is the setting of Tadek’s story “A Day at Harmenz” where he...

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