Those Who Save Us - Chapters 26-34 Summary & Analysis

Jenna Blum
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In Chapter 26, Trudy is extremely sleep deprived. She has been experiencing nightmares ever since her dream of Saint Nikolaus. She has been conducting more and more interviews, each of which she vows will be her last.

Trudy is called for another interview and arrives at the home over Mrs. Rose-Grete Fisher, an older woman who wears an eye patch. She reveals in her interview that her father had wanted to help the Jews during the war, but her mother would not allow it out of fear. She lived in a small village and for a while only heard rumors of the Nazis. Many Jews escaped through the forest to partisan bands. When the Einsatzgruppen finally came for the Jews, when she was a very young girl, many of the Poles in her town rejoiced, although her family was terrified. One day, her mother...

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