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Daniel's Story - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Here begins the Section Four: Pictures of Buchenwald. Daniel is in a seat on a train with pictures, some in his hand, others in his head. He is liberated and going back to Lodz to find Rosa, but first he must remember his time in Buchenwald. They were given soup and put in quarantine for three weeks. Not such a terrible time. But the main barracks were rough, he describes the contrast between the barracks and the gardens the Nazi's had created. Daniel worked in the photography studio; taking photos of guards and families. There he meets Karl and learns that Buchenwald, while a horrible work camp, is not a killing center like Auschwitz/Birkenau. On his way to get more developing chemicals he witnesses the killing of a young boy by a guard who had recently had his picture taken with his family. He had seemed like...

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