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Daniel's Story - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

Daniel's mother can't look more than briefly at his photo album; it contains nothing but horrible memories. Daniel doesn't want to argue with her, but he does want to try to make sense of the situation. He contemplates a picture he took with Uncle Peter's camera on November 11th, 1939, the morning after Kristallnacht. He took pictures of their Jewish identification cards and ration cards and people looting his father's store. He learns about power and abuse when he wears a Hitler Youth uniform that his Oma gave him and he is forced to take pictures of four Jewish men being harassed in the public square. He decides that he would rather be himself, a Jew, than an imposter.

Analysis

Daniel thinks it’s ironic that an adult would be afraid of him - a kid with a camera, when he approaches people and offers to take their pictures...

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