D. Avery is the guest word wrangler at https://carrotranch.com/2017/06/15/june-15-flash-fiction-challenge/
Here is my 99 word interpretation of the prompt.
Written by Kerry E.B. Black
Inga resented surviving, but she clung to a half-life.
Nazi monsters invaded her home, destroyed with polished assurances. They separated mother from children to “ensure their proper education.” Formal manners hid wolfish teeth. They requisitioned belongings and like locust devoured her meals.
In her desperation, rat meat appealed, if only she could catch one. Her joints and head ached. Hair fell in clumps, studded by pearly teeth. Flesh skimmed bones, beauty mocked from pictures of the past.
Life be damned. She ignored the dictates and their penalties and ripped away newsprint from her window to watch her final day dawn.