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She talks about passing through Krakow and seeing Jews working on the railroad. She talks about the Sonderkommando, Jews killed in a church, the terrible smell that pervaded the town when bodies were burned, the Poles' attitude toward the Jews, and the operation of gas vans. Lanzmann asks her about the parents' reactions, and she says that overall they seemed to think it was a good thing, that the children would be better off. Murmelstein protested but to no avail, and he himself was sent to Nisko. The home was previously owned by Jews who had a butcher shop. Lanzmann asks Murmelstein what he personally thought of the Nazis' plans after the experience of Nisko, to which Murmelstein replies that he knew it would be certain death for old people to be deported to Nisko and he was determined to prevent that.

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The interview, which also includes Schneider's mother and sister, covers topics such as the perception of Viennese Jews by Latvian Jews, sex and pregnancy in the ghetto, and the March 26, 1942 deportation Aktion. Nach der in 2016 abgeschlossenen Meisterprüfung sind auch die jüngsten Familienmitglieder, Tina und Kai Kretschmer, mit im Geschäft. Unser Ziel ist es, eine tiefe Ver­trau­ens­basis zwischen Ihnen als Patient und unserem Praxisteam zu schaffen. She could not arrest people, just bring them into the police station. Murmelstein explains something of the way in which the Kultusgemeinde dealt with money: they collected Reichsmarks and changed them to dollars, which was the currency used to buy passage on ships. She herself had a sense of relief because her family didn't have any children that age so they would be safe.

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He also describes the digging of ditches and how the bodies would be placed into them. Murmelstein replies that it was quite simply because he had known Eichmann the longest and that Eichmann knew he worked in the emigration department and knew how to organize things. Murmelstein says that being head of the Jewish council was like being between a hammer and an anvil, between the Germans and the Jews. Street scenes, taken from a moving car. Murmelstein was blamed for the confiscation of the Red Cross and other packages that were sent to the Jews in Theresienstadt. Diese werden beim Schließen des Browsers gelöscht. They came to Chelmno in December 1939 but were forced to move from their house when the camp was established.

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She says that she had the hope that she would return to Łódź and be welcomed but that was not the case so she has never returned to Poland. On the day of the deportation this woman told a German officer that she would not give up her child, that she would rather be shot. The interview takes place in Rome, where Murmelstein settled in 1947. He says that Lanzmann has persuaded him of the importance of talking. He talks of Eppstein's Rosh Hashanah speech and says that Hannah Szenes's mission was hopeless from the beginning. Biren was involved in one of the groups who worked on a farm inside the ghetto.

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Once he even passed Auschwitz without knowing it. Biren talks about a Polish friend whose father had been captured by the Germans and probably killed. She describes the blackouts and planes flying over the city as well as the general feeling of panic. She did not know Rumkowski before she entered the ghetto. She says that she was, in a way. She didn't like what she was doing but had to keep the job otherwise she would be deported. The oldest suffered the most during deportations, but it was nonetheless desired by the Jewish Council that the eldest should be deported in favor of the young.

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The filming moves outside in front of the Titus Arch, apparently at Murmelstein's request. Film Mordechai Michael Podchlebnik recognized the corpses of his wife and children when unloading bodies from a gas van at Chelmno. The last minute or so contains audio but no video. She felt there would be retaliation for the exterminations. Pankiewicz says no, although he was so bound up with the Jews, that he believed that what happened to them would also happen to him. She describes how a neighbor of hers, a woman from a little town outside Łódź, refused to give up her little girl.

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She notes that the Germans used the confused state of the Jews as a weapon against them and that she didn't realize that people who were allegedly being sent to labor camps were in fact being sent to their deaths. Glazar says their lives were only partially dependent on the transports and goes on to describe a period of a few months in early 1943 when there were no transports and the entire camp was empty. Lanzmann tells Kretschmer that he himself is a Jew. Lanzmann asks him about suicide in the ghetto. Rows of houses on tree-lined streets in spring. Lanzmann asks whether the man knows what happened at Chelmno, and he replies that of course he does, but that he was in Germany during the war.

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He says that 'it is impossible to say. The fairy tales he tells are about the Jewish paradise of Theresienstadt. Mute shots of Murmelstein walking along the streets of Rome. The car was so warm that she washed her hair using warm water from the radiator. He describes the process by which the new arrivals were stripped of documents, clothing, and valuables.

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