Four Perfect Pebbles: A Holocaust Story - Chapter 3, Get Dressed and Come with Us Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Get Dressed and Come with Us Summary and Analysis

In November 1938, the visa had not come and organized gangs of Nazis were terrorizing Germany and had destroyed the main synagogues of Nurmeberg and Munich. Laws against the Jews continued and on November 8th, the Blumenthals were warned that there would be trouble. Polish Jews were being deported from Germany. 18000 Polish Jews in Germany were packed into trains and dumped just short of the Polish border, all their possessions seized. A young man, so angered by the deportation of his father, bought a pistol and shot a German officer.

On November 9th, a friend, Mr. Dannenberg, warned Walter to get rid of his service revolver from World War I. Jews were to be searched and if the Gestapo found Walter with a weapon (which Jews were barred from possessing...

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