The Boy Who Dared - Memories of 1942 & Author's Note: Pages 154-174 Summary & Analysis

Susan Campbell Bartoletti
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Six months later, the boys are brought before the People's Court or "Blood Tribunal" in Berlin.

Flash-forward to Helmuth's prison cell, as he writes his final letters. He struggle with what to say, but believes his death is not in vain. God needs people to stand up to evil. His life will mean something, and he's instantly at peace with that.

Flashback to earlier in 1942 with Helmuth in Berlin. Rudi, Karl and Duwer are there. Duwer mouths that he is sorry, and Helmuth nods the same. They're shuffled into a train car and are instructed not to speak of their case. Instead, they swap stories of happier times. At Moabit Prison, Helmuth meets his attorney, who he knows is not in his favor.

On August 11, 1942, the boys enter The People's Court. All boys are uncuffed, except for Helmuth. He...

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