>mfw my grandma with Alzheimer hides food in her clothes
>mfw all other victims of concentration/work camps apparently do the same.
I remember my grandpa with Alzheimer's incoherently rambling about bombing Koreans. Seriously fuck Alzheimer's though, if there isn't a way to prevent it by the time I'm like 60, I'm just going to start eating like shit so I die quicker because I know I have Alzheimer's in my family history so there's a good chance I could get it too. It's the worst thing ever watching somebody slowly die from that, I'd weather get cancer or something.
This, I guess.
I don't think it's that bad for the victim himself, but shit his family must go through is life breaking and I would never want my son to waste his life in watching me, a dead, brainless wandering zombie.
They were not being killed right on the doorstep. Germans sent some captives to factories, farms and even private households. When my greeat-grandfather was captured they sent him to a camp first, then selected ubermensch-looking people including him to sent them to Germany as slaves.
My grandmother died just last year and she had Alzheimers. Went to visit her with mom and dad at the home (she just wasn't in a place to take care of herself) and the conversation was the same every time
>my mom and dad are dead?
>what about the old house?
>what about my sister?
I'm not glad she passed, but I'm glad she won't have to go trough that ever again
Grandma was in the work camp, actually, because she wasn't jewish, they just forced her to work and dig some shit. So she did. Work was hard. So hard, that when she was going there, her parents refused to give her pillow and blanket, because "she isn't going to survive it anyway" (I know, they were jerks, especially my great grandparent, who was constantly drunk worthless peasant, apparently). She survived, though.
Well, ok. Your nation is so great, that you have 1000 arabs raping your women in the streets and media and police trying to cover it up.
You might be richer, but money is not everything.
Feels good that your scumbag ancestors are feeding worms and the only way the world is going to celebrate the memory of them every year is through making them shooting targets in yet another WW2 game.
>Visit my grandmother with alzheimers
>Calls my father Anton, my late grandfather.
>Thinks im my father
She said it for a few seconds and then she realized what she said and she looked sad. She is currently reminiscing the married years with my grandfather who died 30 years ago a lot.