Hans Kehrl, Himself
Time and again in Nuremburg our rations were arbitrarily cut off. For instance, for the two days of Christmas, we were given nothing to eat. The German bakers didn't want to work or something like that. It was worse than a concentration camp because a prison is worst than a camp. At a camp you always have a certain feeling of freedom, whereas in a cell you never do. At a camp you can walk around when you like and where you like as far as a barbed wire but you can't do that in prison.