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Monica and Teresa each had their suitcases, stuffed with clothing, most of canada goose sale uk which their mother had hand sewn, and assorted treasures my four and six year olds had stowed away. Each held tightly a doll from their Aunt Olga. My family was ready to start our new life. Here, far from the war, far from the anger and bitterness that had come with canada goose chateau parka black friday the war. Just as they promised. Not a free ride, but with work, comes freedom. The winters, they are not so bad, not as they were back home. Both Margaret and I, we do love it so.My beautiful wife was reading aloud the letter for the hundredth time. A letter written by Ben, the grocer from our neighborhood. He and his family had come to O about this time last year. Six months ago he had written this letter to his parents. When word went about town that we would be leaving, Ben’s parents made a present of the letter. Over and over she read it to the girls, to encourage them on the long trip, to encourage me as well I suppose.The doors strained open and the cold damp air flushed my face as I stepped on to the station platform.”Leave your suitcases canada goose jobs uk on the platform. Mark your name, age, and nationality on your baggage. To fail to do so will delay the return of your belongings.” The announcement was made again in another, and then another language.I gathered my family and we walked with the others through a courtyard, then through an iron gate. Across the gate in bold black painted iron letters “WORK BRINGS FREEDOM”. A twenty five piece band was playing a familiar tune, one that my mother used to hum. The cheery flower boxes looked strange next to the double barbed wire fence. Still it was all quite an unexpectedly comforting welcome. A distinguished looking man in a physician’s smock approached our growing group and picked a few men and myself, most all the young and healthy sort, for a chore he said. Just for a few minutes, he said, then we would be back with our families. Well, I have made it this far by getting along with everyone. “I’ll be back in a minute honey!”Walking away, I glanced back to see my wife and girls walking into the hospital building. The building with a big red cross painted on it. Some kind of disinfectant shower, someone mentioned.Attention: “Everyone, the canada goose outlet vaughan mills shower here is simple disinfectant, not to worry, it’s not too strong even for your youngest children. Please remove your clothing and fold them in neat stacks. Your co operation is greatly appreciated.”The other men and I walked canada goose factory sale down some steps, through a tunnel, then waited, and waited. We were given uniforms and wooden clogs and told to wait in another line. As I changed my clothes, I slipped the deed into the lining of my cap. I would just feel more at ease knowing exactly where it was. It represented years of scrimping and all our savings.Finally, we are going somewhere. Down more steps, another tunnel. I was canada goose uk impressed by the sturdy construction of the walls. And in front of us now were two narrow gauge rail carts, small enough for one man to push empty. We pushed the carts up to where the tracks came to a double wide steel door. Locked at the moment.An official looking gentleman unlocked and swung open the doors. Without warning my eyes flooded with tears and I dropped to my knees, a cloud of blue gray haze escaped the through the doorway. As my eyes adjusted and cleared, I was kicked in the back. “Get up, to work now!”"Doing what?” I began to twist around only to be booted once more. The other men from the train were as perplexed as I. We stumbled into the room. I tripped, as my eyes were still watering, and I landed on something soft, something warm. It was some, some person, an old man, he was limp. I looked up, no words came to my lips. As in a dream as you step off a cliff, you try and yell, but no words come out. No sound ever comes out.Another and another and another body, no blood, no wounds. There was a young woman, younger than my wife. Next to her, a baby boy, not a year old, still clutching a brightly painted toy car, as I looked at him, such a beautiful healthy boy, the toy escaped his tiny little grasp, his fingers slowly growing cold. The vast room was filled with hundreds of naked bodies. Some of them still hugging each other, others piled on one another. Each one still warm, yet not one breathing. Who are these people!? Who were these people!? What happened? I looked up, screaming at God, and recognized a round, cone shaped, shower head.In 1992 I visited three death camps in Poland. On the walls of a building in Stuthoff and several building in Auschwitz, hang the portraits of over a hundred of the millions of victims of the gas chambers. At both death camps, you can gaze upon piles of shoes, thousands of pairs of shoes, in all sizes. And literal bales of women’s hair, stacked like so many bales of hay. And next to the hair bales are bolts of fabric that had been manufactured from the hair shaved from the heads of thousands of dead, murdered young women. And suitcases, piled to the ceiling, marked with white paint, the name, year of birth, and nationality of the owner. Many of the suitcases were of children; five, six, and seven years old. Another room was full of eye glasses, the next, brushes and combs, the next room, stacked wall to wall, floor to ceiling, were prosthesis all every sort, legs and arms, and wheel chairs and crutches.This collection, this shrine to “Never Again,” displayed what was but a fraction of the booty gathered from the killing of millions of mothers, sisters and brothers, husbands and grandparents and children over the years we now call the Holocaust. These were the items that had not yet been packaged for shipment. These glasses, shoes, clothing, etc. were to be shipped to people in need, taken from useless non persons, to go to the sustenance of the higher race. A guard, canada goose outlet uk review would pick through the belongings of the still warm non person for something to send home to his family; perhaps a needed pair of pants, or a Sunday’s best dress that his bride would wear about town with him on his next leave, a pair of glasses that would be of use to his mother, she has needed a better pair for oh so long.Of all these exhibits screaming of man’s inhumanity toward man, one moved me to tears, a small pile of children’s toys.As our tour group exited the building, I approached our guide. Why didn’t someone stop this? Why did the townspeople blow the place up? Why didn’t our allied forces obliterate the death camps?Her response was one well thought out. As a guide at Auschwitz for seven years, she is asked that most every day. She stated, “Many people for years, much wiser than I, have debated that exact question. Survivors of this camp have said they would have gladly given their lives to see this place destroyed and the killing stopped. One thing that most all agree on though, is in regard to the three sets of railroad cheap canada goose tracks coming to the camp. They should have been destroyed. They knew where the killing was being done. They had the ability, and even if the tracks would have been rebuilt in a matter of days, thousands of lives would have been saved, thousands of lives!Immediately I responded, “You know, that’s what we do.” Up to this point, she did not know that the entire group touring Auschwitz that day were part of a group in the USA called Operation Rescue. I went on to explain to her, and to myself at the same time, that when we rescue, we take out the tracks. We don’t destroy the clinic/death camp, we don’t kill the butchers. But for a short period of time we keep the non persons/the babies, from getting to the death camp. We buy a little time for the innocent.Two weeks later, while hand cuffed, from the back of a paddy wagon, I found myself preaching to nine of San Antonio’s Finest. While these officers were arresting and carrying away one limp rescuer after another I began to tell them of my recent trip to the death camps of Auschwitz, Birkenau and Stuthoff.We have simply become more efficient in the disposing of our non persons. In part, the job is much easier today because the bodies are smaller and more easily disposed of.Then the paddy wagon door shut and a truck load of Christian men finding themselves on their way to jail began to pray.Others prayed aloud, for the mother waiting to enter the soon to be opened canada goose outlet niagara falls clinic, for God to rescue the children who would be killed there that day. Then it was my time, before God, to open my heart.Dear Lord, I remember how angry I was, and still am canada goose asos uk over that pile of children’s toys at Auschwitz. 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