Never Again. By: Anna Ray. Auschwitz.
By: Anna Ray
These were forced marches by Jews, forced to walk hundreds of thousands miles with barley any food, water, or breaks. They were to march from one camp to another or from large ghettos to small ones. 70,000 men and woman die on these marches. 66,000 prisoners were marched because the war had ended but they needed slave labor and no eye witnesses. Often they were marched to the final solution then killed their. If you were to pause and rest you would be shot, if you fell or clasped from being to weak you were trampled to death.