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Daniel's Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

On the march to work the morning after Daniel tossed Erika the note, Erika caught sight of Daniel and Father. Her face lit up with hope.

The next photo Daniel thinks about is of the bodies burning in pits. The crematoria were not fast enough for large numbers of Jews being gassed, so the Nazis started using pits as well.

After about a week of working at the factory, Adam is added to Daniel's group. Adam had been in the youth group at Lodz, and Daniel was happy to see him. Adam explains to Daniel that the Russians are getting close and that Auschwitz has some resistant movement within its gates. Adam tries to recruit Daniel to take some photographs to smuggle out. Daniel discusses the issue with Father, and Father agrees that Daniel must do what is necessary to help. However, he insists that he help...

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