Jewish prisoners worked in special detachments and received
the hardest tasks. They were beaten at every opportunity,
for instance, if the space between the barrows with which
they had to walk or even run over loose flints was not correctly
kept. They were overwhelmed with abusive epithets such as
"Sow Jew," "Filthy Jew" and "Stink Jew." During the working
period the non-Jewish prisoners were issued with one piece
of bread at breakfast -- the Jews with nothing. But the
Jews were always paraded with the others to see the bread
ration issued. . . .
When, during great heat it was allowed to fetch the water
for the working detachment, it sometimes happened that Jews
were forbidden to drink.