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  • Daniel's Story
    In Daniel's Story, the titular character and narrator is Daniel—a boy who survives the atrocities of the Nazi regime during World War II in Germany. Thanks to family support and his hope for the...

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    Daniel's Story by Carol Matas was written in 1993. It is a fictionalization of one young man's life as he grows up under the Nazi occupation during World War II. Its stark realism has earned it...

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    Hello! In Daniel's Story, a young boy, Daniel, and his family are initially forced to leave their home in Frankfurt for the ghettos in Lodz, Poland.When the Lodz ghetto is slowly dissolved, Daniel...

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    In Chapter II of Carol Matas' novel Daniel's Story, titled "Pictures of Auschwitz," the author's young protagonist decides to cooperate in taking and smuggling out of the concentration camp...

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    Auntie Leah was Daniel's mother's older sister. She was a nurse. Auntie Leah and Uncle Peter had four children: Friedrich, Mia, Gertrude and Brigitte. At Lodz, those considered unfit for hard labor...

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    Hello! Due to the massive indoctrination and propaganda campaign in Hitler's Germany, the German people began to look at Jews as sub-human. Jews were considered unfit to live with because they were...

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    what does Karl say to Daniel about the medical facilities?

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    idk the answer to the first question. a brown shirt is a storm trooper that would always stand outside the shop with a gun. the brave thing that mrs. werner does is that she walked up to the man...

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    The Germans employed a series of restrictions on the lives of the Jewish individual, and anyone deemed as a "non- Aryan," starting from the early 1930s onward. These restrictions sought to isolate...

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    In the beginning of chapter 8 Daniel talks with his sister about the factory where they work and the kind of food they are served. Erika tells him that they are givensoup that was almost nothing...

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    In Daniel's Story the descriptions are not elaborate nor are they joined to the introduction of a character. The descriptions are more psychological than physical. However, Daniel does briefly...

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    In the book Daniel's Story Oma Rachael was his grandmother. Daniel was very close with her. He had grown up loving and interacting with her. She is far more important to him than other members...

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    Daniel Erika Fredrich Mother Father Uncle peter Auntie Leah Brigitte Gertrude The Nazis Oma Miriam Oma rchel Opa samuel Mr. Schiedner Rosa Peter Karl that's all i can think of

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    The resisters stopped the exodus from Buchenwald because, with the end at hand, they did not want to allow the Germans to massacre the Jews who remained in the camp.Once the Germans knew that...

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    At the end of Chapter 8, the last time they are all together, Father, Mother, Daniel, Erika, and Rosa discuss the world and human nature, one of the central themes in the book. Erika says that the...

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    Rosa tells Daniel that his sister Erika is dead. She had been marched to Gross-Rosen and had hidden in the infirmary the day the camp was evacuated. She managed to live until the Russians came...

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    In the book Daniel's Story the family was moved to the ghetto of Lodz. In the Ghetto the family members tried to find jobs to do to make money but the food was scare and so was work. All they had...

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    I have used this book in my middle school classroom as one of many books in literature circles. I gave each group a set of generic questions about the book (it could be applied to any even though...

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    This book is very much like a documentary, in that it follows the event of Daniel's life rather than a traditional plot, which would follow the development of a particular conflict.However, in...

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    There are three important figures in Matas' novel about the holocaust. Daniel is the main character. He manages to survive the the horrors of Hitler. The novel follows Daniel from the age of six...

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    There are three important figures in Matas' novel about the holocaust. Daniel is the main character. He manages to survive the the horrors of Hitler. The novel follows Daniel from the age of six...

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  • Daniel's Story
    It's about a Jewish family and what they go through between 1933 and 1945. Their journey begins in Frankfurt, Germany and ends in Lodz, Poland in 1945. Daniel, a German Jew, tells the story. He is...

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    There are multiple smaller themes to this book; see the discussion of themes in the quicknote for more specifics on them. However, as far as the overarching theme, I'd say it is the triumph of the...

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    In October of 1941, Daniel and his family are forcibly taken by train from their home in Frankfort, Germany, to Lodz, Poland, about 350 miles to the east. Three years later, in August 1944, he is...

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    Erika was really scared and started crying, and Daniel thought it was untrue about everything they said. Daniel's parents were mad at Daniel going and for taking Ericka. Later on, Daniel has a...

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    In between the time they say their goodbyes and when they are reunited at the end of the book, the war ends. Before it does, though, the Gestapo come for them. Daniel and his family are put on the...

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  • Daniel's Story
    Several reasons. The Nazis were using them for slave labor, and so to not do so is to risk their lives. To earn enough money and rations to survive. To appear to be a "good Jew" and no threat to...

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    Several reasons. Some believed it was the right thing to do, and as the war ended, they wanted to carry out as much of their political vision as possible. Some simply hated. They were trying to...

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