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.
Connor recreates a scenario in the courtroom where his client screams at the sight of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent. Connor and Tegan argue that their client was tortured in the ICE detention center and compared it to Japanese internment camps.
The soldiers of Easy Company stumble upon a concentration camp in Nazi Germany while out on a routine patrol. Upon entering, they are appalled at the atrocities they find and the living conditions of the people there.
Bruno finds new friends to play with on the other side of the fence, and thinks they are farmers. In reality, those are prisoners of a Nazi concentration camp, and his mother struggles with how to tell him that.
The eldest daughter of the Frank Family, Margot, recieves a conscription letter to go to a work in a special concentration camp. The family knows she will most likely not return if she goes so they all go under hiding.