“When I got to Dachau, it was divided. The prisoners were divided into three groups: one group was Jewish prisoners, the other group was political prisoners, and the third group was gypsies and homosexuals. And each one had a different section in the concentration camp. (Interviewer: What did you first see when you got off the train at Dachau?) A big army camp, a big camp. It was huge. (Interviewer: Do you remember much about the layout?) Yes, there were barracks. Each barrack had about 700 inmates, they were all very systematically laid out in lines. There was a huge parade square. And the administration building on one side and the kitchen somewhere else. Like any other army camp or prison like that, there were wires, electric flat wires all around it.”