“This was a big camp, a very, very big camp and a lot of gypsies. And after the Spanish Revolution, a lot of people were neglected from the Revolution, it was so, it was terrible to see. People with no legs, with no hand, because there was, you know what was a--, one brother against the other. It was very, very bad. And then it was ilus (?) ilus y, ilus d, ilus g, the camp was split in two sections. In one section was a lot of Gypsies, in the other section was the leftovers from the Spanish Revolution and the people that they used to bring every day, every day, every day, because this was a transit camp. The people had to ship to Germany so much and so much thousands of people every week.”