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Night Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 2 (Pages 21 – 26) Summary

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Chapter 2 Summary (Pages 21 - 26)

The train ride was a journey of terror. Because these Jews were so tightly crammed into the car, they could not lie down and they had to take turns just to to sit down. After two days of traveling, the thirst and heat was unbearable. They still had a few provisions left, but conserved their food. They saved for the next day, in case it was worse.

In Kaschau, a town on the Czechoslovak frontier a German officer accompanied by a Hungarian interpreter came up and introduced himself. They were told that they were now under the authority of the German army. If any of them still had any gold, silver, or watches, they must give them up now or be found later and then shot. Those who felt ill were invited to go to the hospital car.

There was a woman on board...

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