All But My Life - Part 2: Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

Gerda Weissmann Klein
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Gerda and Ilse walk toward the train for the trip to the new camp. One of the Militz officers rushes towards Gerda with a note from the Militz commander. The officer indicates that the commander was giving her permission to stay behind and not be forced to the camp. Defiantly, Gerda tears up the note before reading it. She and Ilse take a seat with the other girls heading for the new labor camp. She befriends a lovely young girl from Czechoslovakia. The girl, Suse, bets strawberries and cream that they will be at the camp a year and Gerda bets that it will be six months. Later, Suse wins the beat but Gerda does not pay. Sadly, Suse dies on the morning of their liberation.

The girls line up in a German town named "Bolkenhain", where they meet Frau Kugler...

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