The Internment Camp
This prison camp, run by "them" (i.e. the Nazis), is where David spent his childhood, and is the place from which he escapes in the narrative's first chapter.
Before he gets out of the camp, the man directs him to make his way to a certain tree, where he will find supplies to help him on his journey. The most important of these is this object, which helps him to determine direction.
This port city in Greece is David's first destination after he escapes from the camp. From there, he hitches a ride on a boat to Italy.
David has to navigate his way from the southern part of this country to the northern border as the initial phase of his journey to Denmark.
After leaving Italy, David has to cross these countries to get to Denmark.
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