I have no idea what this means.
I was in the house I grew up in in Lake Zurich, with all my family. and we heard windows breaking upstairs so we knew the Nazis were throwing gas bombs through the windows. So I went to the bathroom that I used in that house when I was a kid, and on the floor was a test tube on its side, spilling one liquid into another liquid that was on the floor from a broken glass container, and there was a lot of vapor coming up off it. So I closed the door. And then we realized that we could just close all the doors to the rooms on the outside of the house and be safe from the gases. But then the door to my parents' bedroom was made of glass, and some Nazi soldier threw himself against it and pointed and was yelling "Slavs! Slavs!" so I pointed at my eyes and yelled back in German, "Nein! Ich bin Deutscher! Blaue Augen! Blaue Augen! Sehen Sie??!" and that convinced him, but then there were pictures of my cousins, and they kept looking at my cousin Terry's big nose, and grumbling, and I thought man, THAT part of my family is Polish! We're so dead!" I think that's about when I woke up.