...city, where lodging had been arranged for us that civilized people had never lived in before this time, except for immigrants. Here they kept us until midnight and instead of passengers accommodations they had saved something special for us the immigrants that was fit for cattle. But we were afraid to protest because we really wanted to rid ourselves as quickly as possible from Poland and her bloodsuckers. They certainly knew how to make life pleasant for us because instead of a twelve hour journey from Warsaw to Danzig, we traveled forty-eight hours. At the Polish border they had time to repack our baggage and many people lost more of their belongings.This inspection took up another four hours. 

     With God's help at six in the evening, we arrived in Danzig on Wednesday, the first of June...