. . .they spoke about the laws in Germany. The laws . . . the laws didn't apply to us. Only the bad laws applied to us, that we couldn't walk on a sidewalk, only in the middle of the street. And we wear a star that everybody should recognize us. But it wasn't a law that somebody couldn't kill us. That law didn't apply to us. It wasn't any justice. We couldn't go and sue anybody, and everybody could do to us whatever they wanted.
And another thing that a war turned the people . . . the people turn into animals. People get demoralized in a war. You can't trust anybody. The neighbors turned into enemies. The neighbors who weren't Jewish didn't want to know us anymore. They were friends before. During the war when everybody tried to kill us, nobody helped.
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