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Daniel's Story - Study Guide Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Daniel and his father are again on a train after spending just three months in Auschwitz. It is the middle of December and the Allies are advancing so the Germans evacuated the camp. Daniel contemplates why the Nazi's are afraid of having any survivors: if they were doing the right thing in eradicating the Jews they shouldn't be punished, so did they know they were doing wrong all along and did it anyway? His determination to live becomes stronger. He will remember - even without his pictures. At the camp, they are forced to march four miles to the work camp, Monowitz. On the way Daniel notices Erika playing her violin with a group of other musicians as they march past. He figures out a way to get a note to her and on their march back to the barracks he throws an oily rag on which he...

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