Anne Frank and her family, along with other Jews, are forced from their homes and onto trains that bring them to the concentration camps. On the trains, they are exposed to subhuman conditions, and these conditions only intensify once they get to Auschwitz.
The crew on the ship prepare to perform a "flip and burn" manuever. This manuever puts an intense toll on the crew, as they need to strap in and inject themselves with some fluids during it. This clip illustrates that the effects of gravity and acceleration should be indistinguishable.