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Wednesday 22 July — The Day Before Tishebov A day of turmoil, chaos and fear, the news about the expulsion of Jews is spreading like lightning through the town — Jewish Warsaw has suddenly died, the shops are closed, Jews run by, in confusion, terrified.
The Jewish streets are an appalling sight- the gloom is indescribable. There are dead bodies at several places — No one is counting them and no names are being given in this terrifying catastrophe. The expulsion is supposed to begin today from the hostels for the homeless and from the prisons.
There is also talk of an evacuation of the hospital. Beggar children are being rounded up into wagons. I keep thinking about my aged mother — it would be better to put her to sleep than to hand her over to those murderers. Ora brings exaggerated stories from Sweden, that the war is coming to an end.
Thursday 23 July Disaster after disaster, misfortune after misfortune. The small ghetto has been turned out on to the streets. My nephew Uri arrived at half past seven.
The people were driven out from 44 Muranowska Street during the night. Rain has been falling all day. Weeping, the Jews are weeping, they are hoping for a miracle. The expulsion is continuing. Buildings are blockaded 23 Twarda Street.
A woman with beautiful hair. A girl 20 years old, pretty. They are weeping and tearing their hair. On Zamenhof Street the Germans pulled people out of a tram and killed them on the spot. Friday 24 July The turmoil is as it was during the days of the bombardment of Warsaw.
Jews are running as if insane, with children and bundles of bedding. Buildings on Karmelicka and Nowolipe Streets are being surrounded. The walls being constructed Mothers and children wander around like lost sheep — where is my child? Another wet day with heavy skies: The scenes on Nowolipie Street.
The huge round up on the streets.Joseph Plumb Martin was a Revolutionary War private in the Continental Army, whose diary has provided invaluable insights into the lives of oridinary soldiers in the american War for independence.
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