Die rote Kapelle

Genre: Mystery, Short
19 min

There was this policeman

who said:

Stay away from that woman.

She is a Jewish.

But Helmut Roloff did not support

that ridiculous Nazi propaganda.

and he just kept on walking together

along with my sister.

On the corner was a shop where

the exterior was completely destroyed.

All the shop's windows were broken.

There were a lot of people watching.

But inside there

still hung curtains or something.

Behind the curtains there was

apparently a Jewish family.

At one point she was foolish

One of the sons, who was about

15 or 16, suddenly looked out

As soon as they saw him,

they broke his legs

All those people who were watching,

were gone ...

..so afraid were they . But had they behaved bravely they would have been beaten

I was in the S-Bahn

from Wannsee to the Zoo.

suddenly I saw that the synagogue in the

Fasanenstrasse was on fire

we were in the train, everyone saw it

and nobody said anything.

I looked around and asked:

Why do they not get the fire-service

Why does that not happen?

The people sat there quietly

and no one looked up or said anything.

I was so wound up about it.

The people knew what was going on.

And that the Jews were rounded up...

.. at Grunewald station and then

taken to the east.

How did you know about something like that?

- The news went around quickly

Some people happened to know, or

railwaymen who were there...

... who told it to their wives, and it

gets back to her mother or aunt...

... and so it came out

They disappeared and died,

you came to know about it ...

... because it was your friends.

We asked for a Visa to immigrate to the U.S..

They said:
Fine, your turn is in

about eight years, in 1944.

Then you can emigrate

By then my parents were all killed

and my sister survived in hiding.

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