“I remained in Buchenwald until April 11. I shall not describe my life during that period. It no longer mattered. Since my father’s death, nothing mattered to me anymore.
I was transferred to the children’s block, where there were six hundred of us.
The Front was coming closer.
I spent my days in total idleness. With only one desire: to eat.
I no longer thought of my father, or my mother.
from time to time, I would dream. But only about soup, an extra ration of soup.”
From “NIGHT” by Elie Wiesel