The Germans didn't have any reaction at all.
They stared and laughed at the prisoners.
The Germans pretended like they didn't even see the prisoners.
They threw clothes onto the cattle wagon.
The prisoners threw the bread back out of the wagon.
The prisoners threw people out of the wagon.
The prisoners created a stampede and killed each other for crumbs.
The prisoners laughed at the pieces of bread.
The death march
The other prisoners killed him for the piece of bread.
His son killed him for the piece of bread.
Elie Wiesel stole the piece of bread from him.
The father ate the piece of bread with happiness and joy.
They threw the son out of the wagon.
They killed the son and fought over the piece of bread.
They stripped off his clothes.
They didn't do anything.
He was a Kapo.
He was one of the doctors.
He was a gardener.
He was a cook.
They saw him as the strong prisoner.
They didn't think anything of him.
They saw him as the weak prisoner.
They looked up to him.
His mom and sisters
Steak and mashed potatoes
Stale bread and soup
Salad from the garden
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