On September 1, 1939, the German Nazis invaded Poland, and World War II officially began. The man's name was Aman, a pianist, and he was playing the piano on Radio Warsaw when a cannon suddenly sounded outside. The news came on the radio that Britain had officially declared war on Germany, and France would subsequently issue a statement that Poland would no longer be alone, and the family was extremely happy and embraced each other. Mom prepared a sumptuous dinner, and the old father proposed to toast to England and France together, saying that everything would be fine. As a result, the Nazis occupied the Polish capital of Chinese merchants, and the Omani family lost their jobs, leaving only five thousand burpees. The Nazis stipulated that each family could only keep two thousand. They discuss how to hide money.
Everyone argued for a long time and decided to stuff the money into the violin. The Nazis began an anti-Semitic policy, and Oman had to sell his piano in order to eat. Nazi policy collected a ghetto for all Polish Jews to move into, and the family moved into a small house in the ghetto. Soon, all the exits were fenced, and 360,000 people were crowded in this small place, forbidden to enter and exit. When food becomes scarce, people often starve to death, people often grab food, and children often go through dog holes to steal food outside the fence, but not everyone can return safely. The child was blocked by people outside the wall, and they tried desperately to pull him over, but he was interrupted and almost breathless.