|The pursuit went on during the next years. In 1935 all Jews who were not born in Brunswick
had to give up in Brunswick business. My man also
had to close his business. Now they were fetched to the work
by the airport construction in Waggum. They had to clear, for example, the Stubben and take
away on big tipping wagons. Besides, the foremen kicked and harassed them.
My man was kicked by a foreman, so that he fell about such a tipping wagon and injured himself. In the rusty truck he got a blood poisoning. When I phoned a doctor and said he should come, I would see a red stripe, he answered: ' So the Prussians do not shoot fast '. To it to me, finally, succeeded a doctor in finding who was ready to treat my man, he was quite unconscious. This doctor brought him immediately in the Vinzenz hospital where it remained a year.