“Do you think you could sneak into your local prison and escape by bribing the guards with cigarettes? And ... then sneak into a second prison across town and sneak out and then come right back into the previous one? Are you serious. Think it through. My brother was a prison guard for many years and while hell tell you many guards are unsavory fellows, they wouldnt let someone escape, much less for cigarettes and chocolate.”
Really? At what concentration camp was he a guard? World-War-time is different.
Exactly, therefore it would astronomically be more difficult to pull such a feat off!
If a cop in present day were to do such a thing, he’d probably get fired or put in jail. But in a world war, I’m sure a guard caught doing that would face the firing squad. That said, can you possibly imagine a guard letting someone sneak in and out of camps for a couple of pieces of chocolate that he could have stolen himself out of the Red Cross packages?