The Boy on the Wooden Box - Chapters 8-9 Summary & Analysis

Leon Leyson
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Chapter 8. Life in the sub-camp outside Schindler’s factory was different. There was more food and the people were allowed to visit one another in the barracks. The Nazis were not allowed to go into the barracks without Schindler’s permission. The work was different, as well. Schindler was not the task master the Nazis at Plaszow had been. He would often stop to talk with his workers and never criticized them for their low production. He even rewarded Leyson for his curiosity by moving him to the toolmaking area where he would be with his father. Not only that, but Schindler would often leave word that Leyson should get double rations, and from time to time he would leave a half pack of cigarettes with his father so that they could trade them for bread.

When word reached the factory in February...

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