Mila 18 - Part 3, Chapters 4-8 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapters 4-8 Summary

These five chapters summarize the increased efforts of the Nazis to move Polish Jews into labor camps and the efforts of resistance groups to gather information about these camps. By Chapter 5, it is clear that the relocation of Jews in other parts of Poland has begun. Further, in the spring of 1941, the first raid occurs in the Warsaw ghetto, with 100 Jews taken and executed. Deportation begins for all Jews not working in factories and not family members of the Civil Authority or workers with the Orphans and Self-Help Society. The deported are loaded into cattle cars, and those who are crippled or to old simply taken to the cemetery and executed. Although the Nazis insist that the labor camps are for honest work, ghetto residents suspect not.

Chapter 6 brings the order for more Jews to report for deportation and...

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