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Daniel's Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 Summary

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Chapter 3 Summary

Daniel finds his mother staring at him and asks her why. She tells him that when she was his age, her pictures were all of special events. His pictures depict horrible memories.

Daniel recalls that after Uncle Peter was arrested, Auntie Leah and his cousins moved in with them. Auntie Leah gave him Uncle Peter's camera, and he and his cousin Friedrich turned a closet into a darkroom. The two cousins made a pact to photograph their ill treatment by the Germans.

Next, he looks at photos dated July 23rd, 1938, showing the identification cards that Jews had to carry with them. Erika reminds Daniel that just after he took the photos of the identification cards, they had to change their names. All males had to add Israel to their name, and all females had to add Sara to theirs. The cards were marked with a large "J...

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