Auslander by Paul Dowswell
Three things I learned
2. Kids were taken to be observed and tested for no logical reason. An example from the book is that, Nazi's basically kidnapped the children to see if they were "racially valuable" to move them and teach them to be like and think like Nazi's.
3. I learned that people would try to help feed and hide Jews from Nazi officers because they new what they were doing was wrong. In Auslander, Anna (Peters friend) and her family helped jews that were trying to escape capture by the Nazi's. This was very dangerous for people to do because if you were caught, you would most likely be killed.
"I don't care if they feed us golabki and pierogi with golden spoons, I don't want to go to Germany. Not with the Nazi zboks..." This was said by another boy being examined, and it shows that they all didn't like the Nazi's and didn't want to be like them.
"I told the orphanage this and I asked them who would look after the farm, but they just waved me away" This quote shows his resentment towards the people in the orphinage after his parents had passed away. He wanted to leave which he got to do when the Nazi's took him, and learned he didn't really want to after all.