One day when the foreign Jews were taken away Moshe the beadle, Elie's teacher, was also take away. When he came back he was in distressed and told the town about how the Nazis were exterminating Jews. No one believed him and thought he was just imagining it until one fateful day when the Nazis came and took the jews to a ghetto along with elie and his family. While there they were starved and most of their rights were taken away. The day before Ellie’s family was scheduled to be taken to the concentration camp a maid offered to help them, but sadly Ellie’s dad refused.
Sternbuch bought visas for Jewish people and smuggled them over to Switzerland, missed her only son's bar mitzvah to protect 3 Jewish boys who were taken by the Natzis, she said to the German police that she would gave gone to the concentration camp if they did not let go of the Jewish boys and she paid off Himmer, a leader of the Natzi party. Sternbuch risked her whole life to save some Jewish people. She was willing to die to help these people and without her many people would be
Right from the beginning, you can see that Death is familiar with Liesel, as he takes her brother’s soul, when she was only nine years old. Afterwards, her widowed and sickly mother transferred her to Molching, where she would live under the Hubermann family, consisting of Rosa, the mother, Hans, the father, and their two kids, Trudy and Hans Jr.. Liesel stole “The Gravedigger’s Handbook” from her brother’s funeral. Hans discovered that she had the book, and also discovered that Liesel could not read, upon which he started teaching Liesel how to read. Soon, Hans became a significant role model in Liesel’s life, being the main figure of bravery, honesty, and caring in her life. Hans allowing Liesel to read opened up Liesel to the true power
One particular family member, the youngest daughter, has a legacy that still lives on today. Anne Frank was both a hero and a victim of the Holocaust because she was forced into hiding, her loved ones were killed, and her diaries positively impacted many. During this dreadful time, Anne Frank was victimized by being forced into hiding. The Franks originally lived peacefully in Germany, but as the Nazis gained power, they slowly moved to Amsterdam. The father, Otto, previously knew the city, and brought his family with him once he found a place to live (Kniesmeyer 519).
As I read what Zafon wrote about how some images and words had found its way into his heart, I had similar feelings as I read Fever 1793. The novels describes how a fourteen-year-old girl gradually becomes a young woman as she been through the horrible fever that flush through the city of Philadelphia and witness her grandfather’s death. She had once had a harmony family, but suddenly the yellow fever took her friend’s live, and then neighbors. Her mother was sick, too. Eventually she couldn’t do anything but to run away to another city with her grandfather.
In the southwest borderlands of the United States and Mexico between 1994 and 2009. The exact could have been just another statistic nameless and faceless. The author Margaret Regan reconstructs josselines last days and transforms her into a symbol for all of the immigrants who have died crossing into the United States. The little brother makes it to L.A then to tell the devastating news on what he had in stored for his mother. The mother began to breakdown in tears because at that moment she could bear with the fact that her little girl past away.
The part of the story where Boone, his dog, and the kids are in Independence Hall talking about Angela’s mother’s death seems to be just about her mom. After reading the whole chapter you realize that the story of Angela’s mother dying involved so much more than just a bomb. At that point it was still really confusing. You find out that there is a high school boy on a field trip planting a bomb to try to create a holocaust. “Remember the kid in the school group” “He planted the bomb on November 30.” (Smith, Roland I.Q) You also find out Angela’s mother could be alive, or it could be her twin sister.
It’s been almost a year and 2 months since me and my family were sent to the Gulag. I’ve already lost two toes from the frost bite. My father ran a church for fifteen years and had a fairly happy life with my two sisters and mother. When “uncle joe’s” secret police came, they shot both my mother and sisters. My father knew that if he kept the church running and disobeyed the law, he would be killed.
I read The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. I would say the main theme of this book is death. I find that the main theme in this book is death because the child Nobody Owens “Bod” loses his family when they get killed by a man named Jack at age one. As his family is being murdered he sneaks out of his crib, out of the house and he wanders up at hill to a graveyard where he sees a woman standing who turns out to be a ghost and her husband soon appears to. They adopt him after his dead mother comes to them in the graveyard as a ghost and begs them to protect him from Jack and so they raise him as their own child.
He was only a small child when his father and three brothers were taken away. Soon after, Krikor, his stepmother, and his sisters were forced to depart, and his stepmother knew that they were going to die. She knocked on the door of a Kurdish family and gave her baby, Krikor 's half sister, away to them. She knew there was no other way for that baby to survive. Later, Krikor was kidnapped by bandits and was made a servant.