Mila 18 - Part 3, Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapters 9-12 Summary

Chapter 9 describes the continuing efforts of the Nazis to round up "volunteers" for deportation to the labor camps. When not enough people can be found, laborers are taken from the two ghetto factories and replaced by other inhabitants of the ghetto. Posters are distributed throughout the ghetto warning Jews about the labor camps, and the masses are focused on mere survival rather than resistance.

Nevertheless, the various factions have united, now called the United Forces. They have few weapons other than home-made bombs, but they are about 500 strong and committed. Paul Bronski has brokered a deal with Koenig for the release of a number of professional Jews, including doctors, scientists, and writers, for $11.50 a head. Since there are not enough Jews for the Nazi quotas, however, night roundups are conducted. Alex now realizes that he should have supported Andrei long ago with money...

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