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From Paris to Bergen-Belsen
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Jacques Saurel
 
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Born in 1933, Jacques Saurel might well have known the fate of so many children of Jewish parents who emigrated from Poland between the wars: Auschwitz and the gas chamber. He owed it to his father that he initially had no problems with the authorities. As a volunteer for military service and then a prisoner of war, his father protected Jacques and his family under the Geneva Convention. But the Nazis were looking for hostages to deport. Thus, in early February 1944, Jacques, his oldest sister (the younger one was in hiding) and his little brother were detained with their mother for three months in the Drancy internment camp, before being deported to the “Star Camp”, Bergen-Belsen. It
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To be hungry?“Maman, I’m hungry!”Who has never heard these words? A natural re-flex, harmless words in the mouth of a child. But what can we say of the words “Mummy, I’m hungry” spoken by a child suddenly aware of the extreme situation into which it has been thrown. A child who knew that nothing was going to relieve this anguish, this silent torment that was twisting and tying his stomach in knots, the need to eat that made his mouth water but left a bitter taste without any hope of seeing an end to the suffering. Can anyone who has never known the agony feel for this pain deep inside the body? Can they imagine the thoughts that filled your head with cravings which haunted you, day and night, and to which you could never put a st
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