Once the Jews were at their camp (Beaune la-Rolande, Pithiviers and Drancy in France, and Auschwitz in Germany) the adults were sent straight to Auschwitz and the children were left at either Beaune la-Rolande or Pithiviers. Conditions here were even worse than at the Velodrome. No food or water was given to the children and the only option for a bathroom were open pits in the ground. The bunker rooms they slept in had dirt floor, covered with hay, and debris of all kinds. The children's heads were shaved, and all their belongings and extra clothing were taken away. Many were sick with dysentery and died from dehydration and other diseases.