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Five Chimneys: The Story of Auschwitz Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters X through XVI Summary

Olga Lengyel
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Chapters X through XVI Summary and Analysis

In the infirmary, Olga meets a Frenchman she calls "L.", who shares information about the war - the only source of information available. L. tells Olga that there's a resistance movement and that she's in a perfect position to help by serving as a "post office" for dropping a delivering messages. She agrees. L. also tells her that it's vital for her to see and remember everything so that she can be one of those who tell the world what really happened. Olga says that from the moment she's a member of the resistance, she has a new reason for living.

Olga has many duties during her incarceration. She says that she sometimes saw the new arrivals, always soothed by the sounds of an orchestra made up of other detainees. Olga writes that the reason for the high level...

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