Since I could remember (I'm 20 now), I have had several nightmares about Nazi concentration camps in which I died. I only remember one nightmare I had recently, which I believe could be a past life memory, but I'm not sure. The reason why I don't remember the other nightmares is because I thought it was normal to dream about something I've never seen before so I forgot them quickly like any other dream I have had. I think I could have seen these camps on television when I was little but that is very unlikely because I've never been interested in WWII. I first saw movies about WWII in school projects and only once with my family. I have actually only seen 2 movies about WWII where concentration camps are included. Anyway, the nightmare was very detailed and it left me with wonder and confusion. It was so scary and I couldn't sleep afterwards. The dream starts with me being transported in a very dark train, and I couldn't see anything. I could literally feel the person I was sitting next to so I assume that there was very little space. But I wasn't myself. I was a man with two children; a boy and a little girl. The little girl was wearing a small purple dress with white spots, and because of that, I think it was summer. The sun was also shining. When the train finally stopped, a group of soldiers came and got us out of it. They shouted something in German, and the strange thing is that I have never learned it, nor do I understand it. The next thing that happened was that I was standing in a huge line along with other people and my children. Then we began to walk really fast. Several minutes later we stopped in front of a building which was the camp. The soldiers began to separate families from each other and I tried to hide my little girl. But of course, one of the soldiers saw her and forced her to go with him. She screamed and shouted very loudly, and the soldier shouted at her and slapped her 4 times; and then she shouted and cried even more. When she was seperated from me, I thought: How will she be able to survive? And I was very concerned about it. But I didn't have time to think about it because then I somehow ended up in the camp with my boy (luckily) The Nazis said that we should work on a construction project, also in German. All prisoners were standing next to each other in a room with blue walls, and the Nazis walked very close to us and observed everything. And then I awoke, sweating and confused. English isn't my first language so I apologize for grammar mistakes. And I'm new here so don't know if this is inappropriate or not. Thanks for reading this, it means a lot to me.