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Daniel's Story - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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The pictures are now in Daniel's mind’s eye as he retells his experiences. The first is his sister smiling as she plays violin. She now knows that her brother and father are alive. The next is one worse than a nightmare. He sees the dead bodies of people who were gassed but could not be cremated; instead they are thrown into massive burial pits. Adam, a boy from the Lodz youth group joins his work group and tells him that the Russians are close, don't give up. Adam also recruits Daniel to join the resistance movement in the camp. He will be given a camera and will take pictures of the burial pits, the crematoriums and the stores of supplies. They will smuggle these pictures out of the camp and get them to the Russians as proof of the atrocities inside the camp. Daniel and his father...

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