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War and Remembrance Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 67 through 70 Summary

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Chapters 67 through 70 Summary

Berel Jastrow is captured by a group of partisans. A Jewish woman there, Bronka Ginsberg, understands Berel's Yiddish and he tells her of his escape and of the two rolls of film he carries. Bronka was originally captured by the partisan leader but has since become a trusted advisor, working as liaison between the partisans and her own people. At her advice, Berel is taken on to her village where he is fed, allowed to sleep and recover for a week. He learns his son is alive and a member of the partisans and his daughter-in-law is being hidden in a rural area. His film is developed to reveal documents of torture and an inventory of confiscated goods as well as details of experiments on sets of twins and death records indicating hundreds of "heart attacks" on a single day. Camp leaders agree to take...

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