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Source B

On the living conditions of the parents Eli Bechner relates:
"I remember my mother worked as a cleaning lady in L417 and slept in the barracks at night. When I used to come to visit her in her free time, I didn't feel comfortable. It was an enormous hall in which 100-120 women lived. When I came, I couldn't knock on the door for permission to enter. More than once I entered and a woman was undressing or lying on her bed, and it was not pleasant for me. I was embarrassed. So I would ask someone to call her outside and we would get together there."
Keren, Fragments of Childhood, (Heb.), p. 59
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