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Prisoner B-3087 Timeline

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Plaszow Concentration Camp 1942-1943
Krakow, Poland 1939-1942 beginning of September
Prisoner B-3087 Timeline
Chapters 1 - 8
Learn about Yanek's hometown, life before invasion
Nazi party invades town of Krakow
New enforced rules/restrictions upon the Jews
Deportation of 7,000 Jews from the Krakow Ghetto
Yanek's bar mitzvah, becomes 13

Chapters 9 - 12
Yanek get snatched and deported to the labor camp
Yanek gets to know surroundings, ethics so to say of camps
Yanek finds that Uncle Moshe is at the camp
Yanek has a job in the tailor shop
Yanek gets Amon Goeth's first impression as he demanded his dogs to feast upon the prisoner next to Yanek
Yanek put to work building a new barracks
Yanek discovers thousands of zloty after returning from Plaszow after a work detail cleaning things from there
Yanek tries to hide with Thomas and Issac, and ends up doing so while facing Amon Goeth
Chapter 13
Yanek and 49 others sent to the Salt mine
Marched into the mine, where they would mine salt from the endless catacomb; encountering gargantuan lakes, intricate statues, and stalagmites/tites along the way
Former judenrat policeman beaten to death by other prisoners
Chapters 14 - 15
Upon arrival Yanek's first task was amusement for the Nazis, carrying back breaking rocks back and forth
Man shot for trying to rebel back, innocents shared the consequence with him, being sent to the gallows
Yanek along with other prisoners were being horded, packed to the brim inside train cars, where they slowly died of starvation, or of the chilling gust frome the open creeks in the car
Yanek discovers their destination was a gas chamber
Chapters 16 - 18
Yanek's train arrives at Birkenau during nightfall, but still having to wait in the train for hours, while they finished the previous off
To the prisoners' surprise, out of the pipes didn't come gas, but came water, a rainforest shower
Yanek gets a tattoo labeling him B-3087
Prisoners were quickly assembled at roll call during a midnight prison break, who were soon caught, and shot along with other innocents to share the blame as the Nazis said there's no escape
Chapters 19 - 20
Yanek along with the other prisoners at Birkenau were marched over to Auschwitz not too far away, where they were greeted with new prisoners
Herr Doctor Mengele along with two others were in charge of choosing those fit for work as Yanek, and those off to the crematorium
A boy named Fred introduces himself to Yanek, soon doing everything together and realizing that they both lived in Krakow
Unfortunatly, one day Fred felt sick, and one then soon led to him not getting up when demanded to, causing his inevitable death by gallows, crushing Yanek's heart
Chapters 21 - 22
Prisoners were told they were marching to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, as the Allied powers were bombing overhead the Auschwitz concentration camp
Along the treacherous journey to come, they were given a mere half a loaf of bread
To their surprise, the Nazis allowed the prisoners to sing
Yanek decides to assist a boy along the march, and just when Yanek was to give out, another prisoner comes to his rescue, while in the meantime Yanek loses what was left of his loaf.
Wieliczka Salt Mine
1943-1944

Trzebinia Concentration
Camp 1944

Birkenau Concentration
Camp 1944-1945

Auschwitz Concentration
Camp 1945

Death March
1945
Chapter 23
Yanek along with the other prisoners at Birkenau were marched over to Auschwitz not too far away, where they were greeted with new prisoners
Herr Doctor Mengele along with two others were in charge of choosing those fit for work as Yanek, and those off to the crematorium
A boy named Fred introduces himself to Yanek, soon doing everything together and realizing that they both lived in Krakow
Unfortunatly, one day Fred felt sick, and one then soon led to him not getting up when demanded to, causing his inevitable death by gallows, crushing Yanek's heart
Sachsenhausen Concentration
Camp 1945
Chapter 24
Yanek and fellow prisoners traveled to Bergen-Belsen as expected, through cattle car with the deaths of starvation and suffocation along the way
Upon arrival, seventy-five men unfit for work were shot on the spot, and the others sent to the barracks, where they rested for a week, regaining strength, eating fresh loaves of bread and delectable soup
After the week was up and was set back to labor, he was introduced to kapo Moonface, with his first impression towards Yanek, a punch across the face.
Lastly, there were races held for finding those strong enough to be transfered
Bergen-Belsen Concentration
Camp 1945
Chapter 25
The initial work detail there for Yanek was settled to the stone quarry, where he was to carry them up a long hill
Once day two came, Yanek soon discovered the Buchenwald had a zoo, open to the public, where they looked down upon the prisoners in disgust, and built for the Nazis' netertainment
Cruelty to animals was punishable such as loss of zoo privileges, and loss of access in the camp movie theater for three months
Buchenwald Concentration
Camp 1945

Chapter 26
Yet again, Yanek and his fellow prisoners were set across by train, packed to the brim, with the expected deaths
During the voyage, planes flew overhead where they would even shake the cars, and with bombs exploding not too far away
There they were set to help build barracks
During work on the barracks, a kapo noticed Yanek had his top button missing from his shirt, and as consequence, was sent a wooden horse where he was to be lashed 20 times, each being counted in German, and if there were to be a mistake, the kapo would restart all the way back to 0.
Gross-Rosen Concentration
Camp 1945
Chapter 27 - 28
This time, the Death March's destination was set to a camp named Dachau
As they past through frozen burials, Czechs supported the prisoners, and gave the scraps of food that could offer to the starving prisoners
Three days of marching, and still no luck of recieving food, but Yanek spotted a kapo with 4 loaves of bread, and probably thought that it would be worth a shot, where on the other hand he would die for sure from starving or from hypothermia, and luckily enough the kapo, Moonface, surprisingly gave him a loaf.
Lastly, as they exited their from a train ride Yanek's plan to disguise himself as a Pole was sabatoged by a Pole ratting him out.
Second Death March
1945
Chapter 29
Camp fever - typhus (disease spread by lice or fleas) that spread like fire throughout the ranks of prisoners.
Hundreds of prisoners were found dead each day from merely camp fever
The camp was under attack, bombs creating plains where structures previously were placed, artillery shot in the air, gun bullets swiftly clearing across the land, and bringing humans down with them.
All the Nazis had fled during the night, and what was left was the wondering prisoners, but soon after the Allies had reached their location; their heroes had finally came
Dachau Concentration
Camp 1945 Spring - Summer
Chapter 30
Americans had brought the prisoners away from Dachau to Munich, where they would inhabit until they figured out what to do with them, each having their own beds, sheets, pillows, blankets, etc, not back in what was yesterday, where they wouldn't have this, what is considered luxury now, after what they've all gone through.
Yanek discovers/finds out about the existence of Ms. Immerglick, and that Yanek's cousin Youzek, had survived the war along with his wife and three others that they took in as family.
Yanek registers in a program for war orphans that paid for their visa and helped them off to America, land of opportunity, and in a couple lears later, he set off on the train where he would embark on his journey
Munich
1945
Chapter 30
Yanek's papers from the war program had come in, and then from there he took foot on a train, where he would start his journey set to America.
March
1948
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