In My Hands: Memories of a Holocaust Rescuer - Part Three: To Fight - Flight Summary & Analysis

Irene Gut Opdyke
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In the chapter “To Fight,” Irena asked directions to Owocowa Street and located the Ridels’ house. The lady who answered the door seemed hesitant at first, but pulled Irena inside when Irena mentioned Pasiewski’s name. She fixed weak tea and chatted with Irena, telling her that she had heard that Ternopol had been freed by the Russians. Irena talked about the people she’d cared for during the past two years. Marek Ridel came in, learned Irena was there about the Mercedes-Benz, and then went back out again. Irena felt alone as she talked to the woman about her family, realizing she had given them up to care for others. When she saw Janek, who was the leader of the group of partisans, she fell in love at first sight.

She began working with his cell of partisans...

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