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Daniel's Story - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Daniel is now 18 years old. As part of the resistance, Daniel and his father help dismantle a gas chamber. He listens to Karl’s radio one evening and learns that the Allies are very close. Daniel fears the Nazis will shoot him just before being liberated. He continues with his “job” until March when the Allies are getting closer and they want no more pictures. Daniel continues undercover. April 2nd: he photographs rows of prisoners being marched out of the camp. He wants to fight now. April 4th: they hold a Passover celebration and renew hope. April 6th; 8,000 more are marched out. They finally decide now is the time to organize the rebellion. Daniel and Father are assigned a spot near the gate and with the first explosion, they shoot the guards. In the exchange, father is shot in the arm. One guard is still alive and Daniel...

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