“And, we arrived to Mauthausen. They took us there, up, up, up, on a hill/ That was even worse than Gross-Rosen. (Interviewer: In what way?) Less food. Worse conditions. No doors, no windows on the barracks. There were a lot of men there as well but somehow we were separate. It was very bad conditions, and they said that we cannot stay there and they will take us to the train station and as we came down from that mountain, it was the mountain, the road and the Danube. And my mother said, “let’s jump in the Danube and swim home.” You know you see the Danube, you think you are already home.”