By: Paige Boyles
The day the Nazi soldiers came for us will always be a memory I will never forget. I am Elsie, a Jew that was taken from my home to a concentration camp during World War II. We had to leave every thing we had with no preparation. Before I had to depart, I managed to write a note, " Bill go to Switzerland." The first place we were forced to go was to be a house in Prague after a long train ride in cattle cars. From there we were marched to Theresienstadt, or "The Black Cross."
We were marched into the basement where they called out our names. While waiting, people were beaten and laughed at by Nazis. …
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