A blog from World War 2

September 24, 1943

They load us into trucks again and we are taken to the Sparanise train station. Here, they load us into cattle cars. There are men from Casale, Carinola, San Donato, San Ruosi, and Ventaroli. They close the doors and there is no way out. We depart that same night. We are covered in sweat and can barely breathe. The night goes by like this. We stop at a station and they let us out to relieve ourselves, but we’re only allowed to do so on the tracks surrounded by Germans armed with rifles and machine guns.

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