My sister and I had to sign at the Gestapo, a paper which says we will not have any contact with, for myself with female, for my sister, with male non-Jews otherwise we would immediately be deported to a concentration camp and harsh punishment would meted out to the non-Jew with whom we had contact.
EDWARD ADLER (25 years old. Hamburg, Germany)
I was going with a nice young lady that I had gone with for some time, and we were out camping… I had a kayak, and we went out camping near Hamburg, and there was a fellow and, next to us, near us, in another little camp with a tent, we slept in tents. He wanted to make a date with this young lady that I was going with, and she didn't want any part of it. He reported me to, to the Gestapo, and I was arrested for going with a gentile girl. I got six months in prison, solitary confinement in 1935.