Four Perfect Pebbles: A Holocaust Story - Chapter 6, On the Death Train Summary & Analysis

Lila Perl
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Chapter 6, On the Death Train Summary and Analysis

Marion was carried by her father the three or four miles to the railroad station at Belsen. Albert took as many belongings and food as he could. They were among the last 2500 evacuees from Belsen, the others of which had either been liberated by the Russians or Americans or the last group which was killed. The Blumenthals wandered what would become of them, knowing that they were evidence of atrocities the Nazis wanted to hide. The prisoners were sent into the boxcars but they were not forced to stay in prison cells, as there was nowhere for them to run to.

After the night they were still in Bergen. The train hadn't moved and all that happened that day was that additional prisoners were placed on the train. The train then went fifteen...

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