A German Jewish editor assesses the impact of the Nuremberg laws
Upon reaching Nisko all of the Jews were told to get out of the boxcar, to arrange themselves in groups of four, and to begin marching. The Germans permitted them to place their packs upon peasant wagons that had been rented for this purpose, and all of the Jews marched seven kilometres in the rain and the mud . . . The people who travelled along with the persecuted Jews paid 10 zł. per wagon, but from the Jews they took 4 zł. per person. From this manoeuvre the fellow-travellers ﬁ lled their pockets with money . . .