(Audio) “Someone said to me, now you bring me back (unintelligible), what I have to do with Jewish. Manfred and I was leaving my school after I close the door. Then Manfred and I were liberated, we are free in Berlin. I gave him 20 marks and said to him. Go east to (unintelligible) Ludwick, over here, (unintelligible), I will come later. Yeah, he took the 20 mark, but he didn’t answer me. Though it is clear after this small book, it is clear, he needs more time to think and later decide to something and to say it, I (unintelligible), and he needed a lot of time, more than he was looking at me, and said, not more than two or three words, Gad, I cannot go with you. I will never free if I know in this moment lost my family, and he want and was going back into the school, to his family, to east, to Auschwitz.
In the photos to the left, Gad points to the spot he last remembers seeing Manfred.