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Alicia Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Alicia Appleman-Jurman
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Topics for Discussion

Discuss the reasons Alicia gave for the willingness of her former neighbors and classmates to collaborate with the Nazis. Would you term these collaborators cowards or opportunists? Why?

There is a large teenage runaway population in America today. What techniques do they employ that are similar to Alicia's? What resources do they have that Alicia did not?

At one point Alicia considers placing a claim on her father's factory once the Nazis are permanently defeated. Why does she change her mind?

Do you believe the average 12-14 year old today could accomplish all that Alicia accomplished? Why or why not?

After World War II, many countries, including the U.S., signed agreements relative to humane treatment of both prisoners and civilian victims of war. Have the substances of these agreements been kept? Cite contemporary examples in yur answer.

Of the various people who provided assistance to Alicia...

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