"Gallagher's," the "libations" store in Tearmann, sold our Little Finn bourbon but also stocked other fine small brands, such as Mud Crow, an aged corn whiskey out of Raleigh, in the flatlands. A saloon served men (and brave women.) A drawing room and tea parlor served dainty cordials and highballs to ladies and ministers."
Cattle Cars were the transportation to the Concentration Camps. Many were told they were being taken to labor camps, in reality they were being taken to Concentration Camps. All the cars were overpopulated without basic provisions. Without their necessary provisions, many died before reaching their destination (concentration camps.)
The photo shows prisoners of Gleiwitz concentration camp, a sub camp of Auschwitz. Gleiwitz was made up of four camps that worked with mining and railroad repair. At the the camp the prisoners received little food and as a result were deeply malnourished. The living quarters were so tight that people were piled on top of each other. http://www.edwardvictor.com/Holocaust/Gleiwitz.htm