When the war broke out, I worked with my family for the Germans. While my family was taken to the ghettos in Lublin and Belzyce, I worked on a farm for the Germans. In 1941 I was deported to Budzyn and was a housemaid for the Oberscharführer (Senior Squad Leader) Felix. A year later, Luba was deported to Plaszow for work detail, then to Auschwitz. In 1944, she was transported to Bergen-Belsen; selected along with 300 other girls to be deported to Aschersleben to work. Luba was forced on a six-week death march to Theresienstadt in Czechoslovakia; liberated on May 8, 1945. Arrived in the United States in 1951.