Dear diary,

Today when I came home from school I found my mother stitching some armbands and telling me I must wear it or we shall be in so much trouble. She also gave me a list of things we can and can't do some of them where stupid things that try to make the non Jewish people seem superior but there not there just trying to manipulate us into doing what they want.

Dear Diary,

Today mother told me we had to move house to this small house that looked like it could be home to a family of scrawny mice. We were not the only family there, there was another family who had a sun about Josef my brothers age who kept on hitting me actually at this exact moment that short-sighted little git his hitting me.

Dear diary,

Today father told me we must pack all our things as we are leaving I asked why but he said nothing. So I crammed all my things into 1 little suitcase and headed of to the train station. Right at this moment I am on a train crammed full to the brim with people so many people I can hardly Write.

Dear Diary,

This morning I woke up on the train and saw that we had stopped we all got out of the train and onto a platform we all walked for miles and miles to some place that looked like the most dank and desolate place ever. I wish we had never moved