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Alicia Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 22-23: Lodz; The Badgastein DP Camp Summary

Alicia Appleman-Jurman
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Chapters 22-23: Lodz; The Badgastein DP Camp Summary and Analysis

Chapter 22 covered Alicia's brief but eventful association with the Brecha, headquartered in Lodz. Her training to be a transporter included assisting with two transports, lead by Ursula. The goal was to move the Polish Jews into Western Europe and, from there, to Israel. False travel papers were purchased from only-too-willing authorities, both Polish and Russian, and they traveled in freight train cars and on foot, stopping at Brecha sites along the way, including abandoned schools and hospitals. Eventually, Alicia led her own first transport quite successfully. In between trips, she relaxed at the home of a fellow Brecha worker, Peppa. At one point, Alicia and Peppa traveled to Breslau, a city on the German border, to see the war damage. While there, a young boy, known to Peppa from Lodz, was arrested by...

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