In World Struggle II, the Jewish French musician and cabaret singer Fania Fenelon Goldstein is distributed by the Nazis from Paris to the Auschwitz Focus Camp. The guards take her clothes and baggage they usually lower her hair very brief. Sooner or later, when she may be very weak, she hears somebody asking whether or not any prisoner may sing Giacomo Puccini’s Madama Butterfly and he or she joins the group of musicians which have been spared from the gasoline chambers to entertain the Nazis performing music for them. She convinces the conductor Alma Rose to ask her pal Marianne, telling that she could be a proficient singer. Alongside the years of abusive remedy, they survive however dropping their dignity.