Into That Darkness: An Examination of Conscience - Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 7 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 4 is about how a gifted boy learns goldsmithing during his childhood and is able to save himself and a few relatives by making the most of this. He has to work a great deal; he remarks that he realizes that their survival depends upon his being indispensable to their captors. It is not long before he realizes they are at a death camp and that his ability to goldsmith and his great fortune at being outspoken about this and able to prove it saves them in circumstances in which virtually no one brought in survives. Stan Szmajzner is this fellow's name. He actually makes friends with Stangl to the extent that such a relationship is possible between them. They both end up living in Brazil after the war and Stan gives testimony...

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