Two Hundred People Standing in a Train Carriage
Helena Krouská came to the concentration camp Oederan from Auschwitz-Birkenau. “There were about 200 hundred people standing in one train carriage. I had a high fever and tonsillitis; I often suffered from it. The girls were so good and let me sit on the ground,” she remembered. The regime in Oederan was more bearable than in Birkenau and Helena had a friend who took care of her. Her name was Edita and she came from Poprad. “Edita was a melancholic person. She had a close relationship only with three of us and in time she confided to us that her brother was in a commando that put the dead into the ovens. When he discovered his parents amongst the dead, he started to rage and they shot him. And at that time Edita fell silent," Helena recalled.
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