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I have a family to feed. I spend half my time here, waiting for them to let us through.

#fcad0785 / read by Nikhil-91

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We could hide the money. Look here. We can hide the money under the flower pots.

#ef7ded7d / read by Nikhil-91

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As many toilets as I can find. Germans never use Jewish toilets. They're too clean for them.

#ed3b1aaf / read by Nikhil-91

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If you prick us, do we not bleed? It you tickle us, we we not laugh?

#e9644876 / read by Nikhil-91

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What're you talking about my tie for? What does my tie have to do with anything? I need this tie for my work!

#e85188d2 / read by Nikhil-91

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It's an official decree, no Jews allowed in the parks.

#dd788c15 / read by Nikhil-91

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What's the matter with you all, huh? You lost your sense of humor?

#dccc5e85 / read by Nikhil-91

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Mostly young people. And this time we're gonna fight.

#d142b1e5 / read by Nikhil-91

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You took everything I had. Me, a musician. You took my violin, you took my soul.

#d1166e4f / read by Nikhil-91

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You want to go on struggling for survival, selling books on the street?

#d0c7bf9a / read by Nikhil-91

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Brilliant man. The only thing I've got against him is he's not a socialist.

#ccecb9f9 / read by Nikhil-91

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I thought you only recruited boys with rich fathers. Look at my father, look at us.

#c43ff374 / read by Nikhil-91

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Here, sell this. Food is more important than time.

#c3ee771d / read by Nikhil-91

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I would suggest we sit down on a bench, but that's also an official decree, no Jews allowed on benches.

#a497df46 / read by Nikhil-91

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Well, you know what's funny? You're funny, with that ridiculous tie.

#a12e64a0 / read by Nikhil-91

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If you poison us, do we not die? And if you wrong us, shall we not revenge?

#973ff616 / read by Nikhil-91

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We are 60 thousand left, out of half a million.

#96816d36 / read by Nikhil-91

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So, we should just stand here and talk, I don't think we're not allowed to do that.

#8dac52ac / read by Nikhil-91

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And you blame me for their apathy, right?

#8a9a26f0 / read by Nikhil-91

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She's getting on my nerves. What did she do, for God's sake?

#87b04b29 / read by Nikhil-91

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Well, to tell you the truth, I thought it would be worse.

#849a8629 / read by Nikhil-91

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And the Germans claim to be intelligent! You know what I think, I think they are totally stupid.

#8386cf27 / read by Nikhil-91

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They're exterminating us. It won't take them long.

#6ac2da89 / read by Nikhil-91

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She smothered her baby.

#5ecec313 / read by Teja-84

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The Germans go into Jewish homes and they just take what they want, furniture, valuable, anything.

#5d603d59 / read by Nikhil-91

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I do, because I see it everyday. They don't even notice what's going on around them.

#57fa1560 / read by Nikhil-91

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Its too small. There's 400 thousand of us in Warsaw.

#56f437a5 / read by Nikhil-91

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Don't be ridiculous, we've got to keep together.

#555c01fc / read by Shriram-60

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Yes, parasites. They don't give a damn about people suffering.

#55441cee / read by Nikhil-91

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He wants us to survive. Well, that's what we have to believe.

#4f26905b / read by Teja-84

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I told her not to worry, you had your papers on you.

#48f3c2e5 / read by Teja-84

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Why do they think I come here, to listen to the music?

#48e874b6 / read by Shriram-60

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I'll ask at the factory. They may know something.

#478fa810 / read by Nikhil-91

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I'm not proud of it, but that's what I did. I stood where you are now.

#3a56e587 / read by Subhajit-81

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We use tried and tested methods. You know what we did in the last war? We made a hole in the table leg

#39c6ccfa / read by Yukthi-88

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I love to see a woman playing the cello.

#330eb26e / read by Teja-84

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They bombed us, we're off the air.

#32488d51 / read by Subhajit-81

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If I'm going to die, I prefer to die in my own home. I'm staying put.

#3039aca3 / read by Subhajit-81

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Yes, I'm looking at you, and that's why I'm here. Your whole family can have a better life.

#2ee81bf5 / read by Yukthi-88

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Poland is no longer alone.

#1fee436b / read by Subhajit-81

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Yes, yes, your work. Playing the piano for the parasites in the ghetto.

#1df295ca / read by Subhajit-81

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No. Please. I'm Polish. I'm not a German.

#19c2c838 / read by Subhajit-81

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Excuse me, have you seen my husband ? A tall, a tall handsome man, with a little grey beard. No?

#111d136a / read by Shriram-60

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_It_ was here, I'm certain of it. Well, it's not here now. I shouted, abused them.

#0f14806f / read by VIVEK-96

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The Germans will search high and low, I promise you, they'll never notice!

#0dee6229 / read by Subhajit-81

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There was a barbed wire and this German came up to me. You didn't catch his name?

#0d39b2aa / read by Subhajit-81

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If you'd been hit by a bomb, they'd have known where to take you.

#0d0436a0 / read by Subhajit-81

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Warsaw's not the only radio station.

#095919ab / read by Subhajit-81

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No, that is very good, because that is the last place they will ever look.

#0888e59c / read by Subhajit-81

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