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Night From the View of an S.S. Officer This whole scenario started out simple enough. The guys and myself first moved to a tiny town named Sighet. The folks there seemed so innocent. Not one of them understood what was about to happen; none of them understood what happened when the Germans go into city. We first started by imprisoning the officers and made all the Jews were yellowish stars. The Jews were then moved into a very modest ghetto and cramped quarters. It was obvious that none of them had heard of the horror of the concentration camps and what awaited them once they left the safety of the houses. A few of the officers and that I tried to be nice to the Jews because I, personally, despised carrying around this particular gun. Once you're at the camp that the website of those officers holding these weapons struck fear into the hearts of all in the camp. We had finally gotten all the people of this town of Sighet on the train and had begun the trip towards Auschwitz. The requirement on the train is something that I donвЂ™t believe I could have stood for. The Germans were put in control of the train at the middle of the journey. The officers were told to collect any valuables out of the folks on the train and when they refused to afford their valuables, they were to be shot. As I have stated I hated carrying this rifle but I did have a job to do and I was willing to follow orders if need be. Luckily I never had to unload a single shot on that train. Some people on the train have been in very poor shape. They were hallucinating and a lot of these just couldnвЂ™t take the warmth and the smell no more. They were beginning to go crazy. The officers had a meeting and we were told to inform them that they were all just going to a labor camp and the households would be kept together. The lying was also a standard part of my occupation. Little did they know that they had been going to a terrible place where the males and females could be separated and all of the people had a slim chance of even making past the inspections. Before arriving at Auschwitz we came to a вЂњfilteringвЂќ camp known as Birkenau. The people were separated and taken to separated and taken into the barracks. I hear the offenders talking occasionally. A number of them have been in this camp for a while and a number of them are frien...