In My Hands: Memories of a Holocaust Rescuer - Part Two: The Blows of the Ax - The Race Summary & Analysis

Irene Gut Opdyke
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In the chapter “The Blows of the Ax,” Irena continued her trips to the forest to take supplies to her friends. At the HKP most everyone was too preoccupied to notice her comings and goings. The major was distracted because he never knew how many workers he would have in the factory because Rokita was busy killing his workers. With more and more young men coming into the HKP, the major decided he wanted to get a villa away from the complex. He voiced his frustration about all his trained workers being killed to Rokita. Irena eavesdropped as Rokita told him not to worry about workers as a steady supply of workers would be there but that he had to obey his commands to get rid of the Jews, then the Poles. He forecasted all...

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