Into That Darkness: An Examination of Conscience - Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Book 1, Into That Darkness: Chapter 10 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 4: A few young men are saved by being used as workers instead of being sent to the gas chambers. Six men are described, these voluntarily subdivide into pairs. Everyone works intensely and cultivates a capacity for survival. All daily operations stem from this intense desire to survive—an attitude held by Franz Stangl and the other men assigned to Treblinka as supposedly free men, as well as found amongst the prisoners. Two of these fellows survive; Richard and Karel. They are often known affectionately as "twins." Chapter 5: Young men lose their wives or their own lives within ten minutes after arriving at Treblinka. There is a masquerade which is partially effective to soothe those going to their deaths. The illusion is that the place is a charming farm, possibly a labor...

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