what are the conditions on the jews train journey? how do the jews react to madame schaters behavior?


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The train conditions are sub-human. They were corralled into dark and damp box cars like cattle. There was no washrooms, water or air. They looked outside through small holes in the siding of the train. Madame Schater constantly lamented about their eventual fate. She screamed about the fires and the ovens but nobody believed her. Many felt she was crazy or simply instilling fear. When they finally arrived the ominous flames in the sky told them otherwise.