Irma Trksak worked in hall 3 – relay construction – in her time in the Siemens camp. Her task was to draw diagrams portraying the productivity of the prisoners, how much was produced in a day and if the productivity of the prisoners had changed. In order to protect other inmates, Trksak falsified these statistics and lied in her translations.
„[…] And this I had to enter and draw curves. Whether their productivity increased or if they were becoming weaker and so on. Of course we tried to fib about it. We took from those who produced a lot, so the sums would be right, and those who produced less we gave a little extra to protect the women.[…] Or I was interpreting between Russian and German, when the Meister said something that was not good for the prisoner, I would weaken that and the other way round. So, it always evened out and the prisoner was not hit by anything bad, was not punished with deduction of costs or somehow being dismissed from the company.“
– Irma Trksak, * 1917, Austrian; Siemens: End of October 1942 – January 1945, Hall 3, then most senior at the Siemens facility