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Daniel's Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13 Summary

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Chapter 13 Summary

Once again, Daniel is on a train. This time, he is on a passenger train and sits watching the scenery go by out of the window. Some of the pictures are in his mind, and some are in his physical possession. He starts with one in his mind. The first one is of the large hall where they spent three weeks in quarantine. The room was not too cold because of all the bodies in it. Even though they were fed little, they were able to regain some strength, because they did not have to work yet.

Once moved to the regular barracks, they found themselves housed with very rough inmates. There were many fights at night. This was the camp where political prisoners were sent. However, Buchenwald was a little paradise for the Nazis. It had grassy parks, beautiful lodges, and even a zoological garden.

Father...

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