Mila 18 - Part 4, Dawn: Chapters 1-4 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Dawn: Chapters 1-4 Summary

Chapter 1 summarizes the current situation in the ghetto. There are about 40,000 Jews left, hiding in underground tunnels and sewer pipelines. The military resistance forces have divided themselves into four groups, each hiding in a separate section of the ghetto. Food and other rations are stored secretly and dispersed as necessary.

The good Fellowship Club has a final meeting, providing for the burial of all of its 50 journals, along with photos, poetry, and essays. Ervin Rosenblum and Chris De Monti are the only two who know the location of all milk cans and metal boxes housing these materials.

Chapter 2 turns back to the Nazi leadership activities. The "final solution," or complete extermination of all ghetto Jews is now ready for implementation. Von Epp senses the beginnings of uncertainty and doubt among these officials. Funk, in particular, is concerned...

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