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October 28, 1944

The younger men in camp, who had been doing the heavy manual work, were informed by the Commandant that they would have to start another garden. These men were discouraged and sick at heart, for they felt that it was useless and back-breaking work for men on starvation diets. They knew from sad experience that they would never reap the harvest.

Doctors, nurses, teachers, men and women who had essential camp details, continued with their work despite their illness and exhaustion.