Objects & Places from Number the Stars

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Copenhagen

During World War II, this historic city in Denmark stood as one of the last remaining centers of culture where people could travel to and enjoy, assuming they were able to obtain the requisite travel papers from the German government.

Uncle Henrik's House

This is located on the coast of Denmark. It is the childhood home for more than one character in the novel.

Ellen's Necklace

This was a gift from father to daughter. It was only removed once and then by force for safety.

The Handkerchief

This was soaked in rabbit's blood and cocaine, a chemical mixture designed by scientists to attract search dogs and ruin their sense of smell.

Lise's Yellow Dress

Kept in a trunk, this was beautiful and only worn once.

Tivoli

This was a place of fun that many characters remembered being able to visit before the Nazis invade Germany.

The Deer Park in Klampenborg

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