My friend Kalman and I slept in the same bunk and were inseparable. Kalman and his twin sister Judith were also part of Dr. Mengele's experiments. Every day Kalman and I had to go to the guardhouse and clean the floors and shine the guards' boots. If our job was not satisfactory, we were beaten. I quickly learned not to cry.
Every morning, the first thing we did was check to see how many of us had died during the night. It was very scary. I saw people being beaten. I saw corpses brought in from the concentration camps
to be experimented on. I recognized some of these corpses as people from my hometown.