I'm hiding from the men in uniforms; I'm supposed to be at the park and I will get into trouble if the nurse tells my father that I ran away. My father wears a uniform too; his uniform has lots of gold buttons and four gold bars.
At first there is too much noise. Noise from the trains and from the people yelling to each other. I hide behind a post with my hands covering my ears. Nobody notices me.
It's quieter as the last train arrives. The people begin getting on board and I turn to go back home. A uniform man sees me and starts pulling me towards the train. I tell him I need to go but he pushes me on board. He calls me a dirty name. Wait until I tell Father. Father is an important person; I know because he told me.
None of the people on the train want to know that my name is Stefan, or that my dad is an important person, they don't see to care.
One boy does talk to me, he says the train is going to a place called Auschwitz. I hope my dad knows where that is