The days of slavery at Treblinka were filled with never-ending horrors. When forced to sort victims belongings, the men often found newborn babies amongst the piles which the Nazis would take and burn alive in fire-filled pits.Those too ill or weak to continue to the gas chambers, as well as injured and unaccompanied children, were taken into the so-called ‘Field Hospital’ - a wooden building with a Red Cross flag flying outside. Once inside, they would be shot through the neck and thrown into mass graves.Kalman recalls: 'It was hell, absolute hell. A normal man cannot imagine how a living person could have lived through it - killers, natural-born killers, who without a trace of remorse, just murdered every little thing.''There was death, just death,' says Samuel. 'God must have been on holiday. I looked for Him, but there was only beautiful Polish sky.'
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