The Ghetto is surrounded by Polish riffraff. The Poles are jumping over the fence, breaking in doors with axes and plundering whatever they can. Sometimes these plunderers trip over the murdered Jews, […] they argue and fight, tearing pillows or suits out of each others' hands. I went with Rubin Grynhorn, whom I met on the street, to his apartment where we stumbled upon a Pole who already managed to put everything that was valuable into a sack. He was angry and surprised that Grynhorn interrupted him, but not having another option, he left the sack and ran. Wolfowicz wasn't as lucky. The Germans took his family, and the Poles took all of his belongings.