Jack remembers
the work.

"Numbers were issued. We had to stitch one on the back of our clothes. Mine was 334. Now it was no longer a ghetto, but a work camp. We were enclosed by two circles of barbed wire with a wooden fence on the outside. Towers with searchlights and machine-guns were installed. The camp had no water facilities. Every day a number of workers had to fetch drinking water.This was our contact with the outside world."