The Boy on the Wooden Box - Chapters 3-5 Summary & Analysis

Leon Leyson
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Chapter 3. Leyson’s father returned home just a few weeks after he left. The Germans had invaded far further than they had suspected. Hershel, Leyson’s brother, continued on with the group while the father came home. The factory where they both worked was taken over by a German entrepreneur soon afterward. All the Jews, with the exception of Leyson’s father, were fired. Leyson’s father remained because he could speak German and could act as a liaison between the German management and the Polish workers.

One night the Gestapo broke into their apartment looking for a key some neighbors had told them they had. Leyson’s father stood up to them. He was beaten in front of his wife and kids and then dragged out into the night. Leyson and his brother, David, tried desperately to find out where they had...

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