Part 3: 1936-1937, Pages 158-174 Summary
The next chapter is called "Painting," and is written partly from Armin's point of view. He is from a lower-class family, but because he showed talent at school has been given a scholarship to attend the Christianeum school where Daniel and the sons of other affluent Germans are sent. He lives in two different worlds, with Daniel serving as the link between them. Daniel has always helped Armin, giving him food and school supplies without drawing attention to what he is doing.
The news of Daniel's confession at soccer practice reaches the staff of his school and he is called in to speak with Dr. Kammacher, the director of the school. Kammacher was in the army with Daniel's father and says he will protect him while he is at the school.
The main topic of conversation is the 1936 Olympic Games being held in Berlin, where a black man, Jesse...