P. Rosten was one of more than 26,000 Jewish men deported to concentration camps after the November 1938 pogrom. In his testimony from 1950, Rosten writes about his arrest in Breslau, the brutal transport to Buchenwald and the suffering in the camp. He describes the terrible thirst, the spread of illness and the frequent SS abuses and punishments (such as flogging). Like most Jews arrested after the pogrom, Rosten was released within a few weeks.
Source: Wiener Library, PII_d_No52