"They transported us in wooden carriages. Another group of prisoners arrived along with us. They loaded them into trucks, but we for some reason had to go on foot. I remember the parade ground and these strange chimneys pouring with black smoke. We asked, “What exactly are they manufacturing for you in these factories?” But it was the people they had forced into the trucks they were burning." – From the memoirs of Yelena Kharina, a Soviet intelligence agent and Auschwitz prisoner.
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