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The fourth night finds most resigned and empty. Ernie holds Golda and wakes to discover he is covered with children. Ernie is unable to say any words of comfort. The train comes to a halt and the prisoners are ordered out of the train. Ernie realizes hope is gone as he sees all the abandoned possessions. Golda tells him in amazement that he is weeping blood. Ernie says his tears are not blood. The prisoners are being separated, the stronger men to one side, the women, children and invalids to the other. Golda retreats into herself, telling Ernie that they will be separated. Even the children look with pleading in their eyes that he will not abandon them. Ernie assures Golda and the children they will not be separated—they will go to the Kingdom of Israel together. With these...

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