Four Perfect Pebbles: A Holocaust Story Setting & Symbolism

Lila Perl
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Hoya, Germany

The hometown of the Blumenthals.

Trobitz, Germany

The abandoned East German town where the Blumenthals lived for a few months after being released from Bergen-Belsen.

New York City

The Blumenthals lived here for a few months before they were transferred to Peoria.

Peoria, Illinois

The town the Blumenthals had never heard of but which became their American hometown.

Rotterdam, Holland

The port city in Holland where the Blumenthals hoped to escape to America.

Westerbork Transit Center

The refugee center converted into a transit camp for the Holocaust when the Nazis conquered Holland.

Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp

One of the great concentration camps during World War II and where the Blumenthals struggled to survive for two years.

Typhus

A disease that infected many prisoners in Bergen-Belsen and which killed Marion's father.

Zyklon B

The gas used to kill people in the Holocaust that the Blumenthals were terrified of...

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