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Hanna, her Life in and out of Hitler's Concentration camp.A Challenge by Annart.
Hanna's Life Before and After Living in Hitler's Concentration Camp.
This is a challenge by Annart. Her only stipulation is to use the first picture in your response.
The Year was Nineteen Thirty Nine
Hanna lying on the top bunk. A wooden board for a mattress. One thin blanket for the chilly night air. She was searching the sky through a barred window covered with a see-through type of gray plastic. She was hoping to see a falling star to make a wish on, but all she could visualize was a faded blue sky with bits of dim lights, no twinkling stars.
Hanna was thinking back to happy days when she lived with her family in Germany. Her father Isac a prysician. Her mother an accomplished music teacher. Her little brother Ross playing baseball in the park close by.
Hitler the Dictator
The happy days were before Hitler the dictator ruled Germany. She remembers the fearful day when the gestapo came and moved the family to a place called the Jewish ghetto. She watched as they removed her mother's prized paintings and everything that was valuable.
Thansported to the Concentration Camp
The family only lived in the ghetto a few weeks before being transported by rail freight to a place called Auschwitz. Her father put in forced labor. Her mother disappeared the first day, never to be seen again. Her brother Ross housed with other boys his age helping to build more camps.
Hanna moved to the Commanding Officer's Quarters
Hanna was lucky in a sad way she was beautiful with raven black hair, pale smooth skin and sparkling black eyes. She'd only been in the camp a short time when her beauty was noticed by the commanding officer. He had her moved to his quarters telling her that he needed someone to cook and clean. She did all that he demanded. Living one-day-at-a-time. Hoping against all odds that the world would intervene and stop Hitler's atrocities against the Jewish population. She knew the Jews were not the only people Hitler hated. He hated homosexuals, and anyone who was crippled or had a mental disorder. This was her daily life and she did whatever the officer ordered her to do.
Pearl Harbor Bombed
When Japan bombed Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on December the seventh nineteen forty one the U.S. went to war. She thought she'd be rescued soon.
Each day new arrivals were brought in by freight trains. One day a beautiful young girl was transported to the camp.
Hanna Sent Back to Camp
The commanding officer quickly sent Hanna back to camp bringing the new beautiful recruit to his quarters. Hanna was glad. Her self-esteem was somewhat restored, but her life looked bleak. The days dragged on and on.
The gas Chambers
The year was nineteen forty three. The war was still raging. Her depression deepened. She had little or no appetite. All she wanted to do was sleep with frequent thoughts of suicide. She'd heard that Germany was losing the war, but the thoughts of being rescued were waning.
Early one morning they all were awakened and told they were going to the bath house for baths. When she entered the newly built building she immediately saw the gas outlets adjacent to the showers. She knew exactly what was going to happen. People in the camp knew about prisoners being gassed to death.
In a strange way she felt a calmness enter her soul knowing this life she hated so badly would soon be over.
In fact she began inhaling deeply.