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There were 80 people in each cattle car, so crowded that the people could not lay down, and that they had to take turns sitting down. They traveled for two days having to endure heat, crowding, and lack of food and drink. The Nazis used fear and what I would call peer pressure to ensure that no one would dare even attempt to escape the cattle cars. A German officer would explain to them that they were now under the authority of the German army. He would take all their valuables and threaten to shoot everybody in the wagon if even a single person escaped. This made sure that no one would even try to escape because first off, they had a very unlikely chance of surviving and two, if they tried to escape, hopefully the other people would stop them because as well as them being shot, every single person on that cattle car would also be shot.
Each cattle car was jam packed with eighty people. With almost no food, water, or space on a three day journey, I have no doubt that the thought of escaping crossed the minds of a few people. However, they did not dare to do so. Each cattle car was assigned a guard at random. If a person dared escape the car they faced certain death. Not only were they themselves killed, but so was the guard. This surely instilled fear in the minds of every prisioner. Everyone was well aware that the conditions in the cattle cars were unbearable, but not bad enough to risk death. Not only that, but no person wanted to be held accountable for the death of another. A sweet escape was much to risky for even the bravest of them.
The Hungarian police crumbled up 80 people in each cattle car. In a three day trip there was barley any water and food if there was any, frustration, no space, and fear. Many wanted to escape, but no one could have the slightest change to do so. Everyone in the cattle cars did not want to be there, but knew that if they tried to escape they first had to pass through everyone else in the car and then the guard, then they would have to survive in the middle of nowhere without food or water. Anyways, they all knew that if one person was missing when they arrived to wherever they had to, they would all be shot. To try to live knowing that 79 people died because of you must be hard.
the people were forced to go in a cattle car, 80 people in each, three days without food or water and if one person was missing all people were killed