How are the Jewish prisoners of war treated and do they live under the same conditions as the other prisoners?

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The Jewish prisoners are forced to live outside in tents in the bitter autumn cold and are fed only crusts of bread, while the Polish prisoners stay inside in heated cabins and receive two meals a day. They are made to work hard and are beaten or shot if they are not working hard enough.