Mila 18 - Part Two, Dusk: Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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Part Two, Dusk: Chapters 1-3 Summary

Chapter 1 begins with a journal entry of Brandel. He has been keeping a journal for quite some time, believing that someday it may be important for his people. Franz Koenig, a colleague of Paul Bronski's, is quite happy about the recent events, applies for Nazi membership and has a new office in City Hall. He has summoned Paul in order to appoint him the Deputy of a newly formed Jewish Civil Authority. Since Jews are inferior, they will be ruled by themselves and the Civil Authority is that arm of rule. As well, Bronski is informed that his neighborhood will be taken over by Nazis and he is to move immediately to a different section of Warsaw. Koenig will be moving into Bronski's home.

The Nazi Commandant of Warsaw is Rudolph Schreiker, a violent alcoholic...

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