Rose Under Fire - Part 3, Dec. 23, 1946 - Weight Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Wein
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Dec. 23, 1946 - In this entry, it is one and a half years after Rose escaped from Germany, and she is living at Castle Craig, Maddie’s husband’s home. She is thinking about how she needs to “TELL THE WORLD” (281). She reveals she gave the names of the Rabbits to the U.S. Embassy, and the Olympia Review had published several of her Ravensbrück poems. The English Department of the University of Edinburgh asked Rose to read her poems to a class. Rose went, but she could not bring herself to read them. She said no to being a witness at the Ravensbrück trial. She feels terrible because she knows that providing her testimony could contribute to justice, but she is too scared. She is also is afraid that her testimony will result in someone being put to death...

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