The entrance to the Auschwitz concentration camp. A SS guard from the camp is going on trial at the age of 93. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.
Yahoo/AP — Hedy Bohm had just turned 16 when the Nazis packed her and her parents onto a cattle car in May 1944 and sent them from Hungary to the Auschwitz death camp in occupied Poland.
After three days and nights in darkness, crammed into the standing-room-only car with babies wailing, the doors were flung open. “An inferno,” is how she remembers the scene she saw.
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Source:: The Algemeiner