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In The Company of Death

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Author's note: An experiment into writing war horror, I first came up with the idea shortly after watching "Good...  Show full author's note »
Author's note: An experiment into writing war horror, I first came up with the idea shortly after watching "Good Morning Vietnam" on HBO. It was initially a Creative Writing assignment, but grew into a story I'm proud of.  « Hide author's note
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Nighttime

December 1st, 1944
Dachau Concentration Camp, Germany
Nighttime

The soldiers came for me.
I didn’t know why, I only remember them entering the shack where myself and 30 others lived in.
“Nummer 3563490! Kommt hier!”
I didn’t understand a lick of German back then, only Polish. What would happen to me I didn’t know, but it was bound to be bad. I cried out to my father, sleeping next to me. He never answered. I thought he didn’t care, or that the soldiers made him shut up, but after a while, I knew he was dead. The people under the ground told me. The people in the hole.
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Tyler c said...
Feb. 1, 2012 at 8:54 am:
Great book it seems so good best book ever. I thought it was good because how the charachter was so brave in the book.
 
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