"You could smell the stench from miles away. There was a crematorium. The camp was enclosed in barbed wire, and outside we could see boxcars on railroad tracks. Bodies of people from other camps such as Dachau were thrown from those cars.
There were only three survivors left-one Jew, one Frenchman, and one Russian. They killed an SS trooper, who was the commandant of the camp.
The whole experience still affects me today. I get sick when I talk about it."
GIs RememberNational Museum of American Jewish Military History