[Adam Laboda--Polish Textile Worker #2]: a machine readable transcription.
“We have many, many Jews in Poland. They do not work on the farm but
“[Them?] Germans are many, too and we are friendly with them. The poor people are very nice, the Germans, and so I found them in Germany, where I went. Yes, I went all alone and I got a job with a farmer and I worked for a farmer and then as a spinner in a mill in [Nulki?], a city there. It took me two days and nights to get there by train. I was treated very well by the German people there, poor people. The high man is hard and military and looks down on all and cannot be spoken to except by title and all that and are not nice to get along with. They are harsh and hard.
“We did not like that kind of Germans at all. All the poor ones are good people. The way it happens that the Jews were chased out