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The Last of the Just - Study Guide Chapter 6, The Dog, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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The next day, November 11, 1938, over ten thousand Jews at Buchenwald are asked to put their name on a piece of paper and place it in their mouth if they wish to commit suicide. The Levy family begins their exodus only to find no one will open their borders. Finally the Levys arrive in France and find peace and order. They muse about what their life would have been like if Benjamin had moved to France instead of Germany many years ago. The family is not longer hungry every day. War is declared and the Levys are viewed with suspicion and fear. To protect his family, Ernie signs up with the French military as a stretcher-bearer. Ernie never sees his family again. He leaves them a letter and say how much he loves them. He pretends that joining the French military is...

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