Archive/File: camps/auschwitz/buky buky.001 people/b/buky.milton buky.testimony Last-Modified: 1994/08/31 Excerpts from the testimony of Milton Buky: Kaduk gave the orders, "Moll only sometimes". The people were driven into the gas chambers with dogs. "They didn't all go in always. Either they didn't want to, or sometimes there were too many. Those who stayed outside were shot, in their clothes". "Who did that?" "Mostly Kaduk". At first it was difficult to watch this, "but later I got used to the sight". This procedure was repeated frequently, and there were always more and more people, primarily the aged and sick. (Naumann, 341-2) Work Cited Naumann, Bernd. Auschwitz: A Report on the Proceedings Against Robert Karl Ludwig Mulka and Others Before the Court at Frankfurt. New York: Frederick A. Praeger, 1966.
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