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Daniel's Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2 Summary

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Chapter 2 Summary

The third picture is marked Class of 1936/37. It's the last class picture taken before Daniel leaves the public school for a Jewish school. What strikes him the most about the picture are the faces not in the picture. So many of his friends had left either voluntarily or been forced to leave. Daniel wanted to stay at the school, because his best friend, Hans, attended school there. However, slowly, Hans began turning against Daniel. He made excuses about not visiting Daniel's home. He picked fights with Daniel at school. Daniel was always blamed for the fights, because he was a Jew.

Mr. Schneider called Daniel to the front of the class. He told the class, "The authorities have instructed us to illustrate the inferiority of this race to you students in this way." He then quickly measured Daniel's head and announced, "You see! Inferior species. Head too...

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