Those Who Save Us - Chapters 18-25 Summary & Analysis

Jenna Blum
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In Chapter 18, the story shifts back to Trudy’s adulthood. Feeling determined to finally face her personal history, Trudy prods Ruth to share her funding for the Remembrance Project. While Ruth interviews Holocaust survivors, Trudy will interview Germans from the same era, adding a multidimensional aspect to the project.

In order to find participants, Trudy posts flyers in German restaurants and bars. Although she does not expect many calls due to the approaching holidays, she is shocked when on December 20th she still lacks a single volunteer. When she has nearly lost hope, a German woman, Frau Petra Kluge, calls. Frau Kluge gives her address and bluntly states that Trudy should arrive for her interview the following day.

When she arrives outside Frau Kluge’s apartment the following day, the cameraman, Thomas Kroger, is late. He reveals to Trudy that he is Jewish...

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