Daniel's Story Book Mosaic

By: Sebastian Russell

External Conflicts

There are many external conflicts that Daniel has to deal with such as going against the Nazis, his lack of food, and water.

Internal Conflicts

Daniel has trouble staying positive so he has suicidal thoughts

Daniel as a Young Boy

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Lodz Ghetto Documentary

Things important to Daniel

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The Characters of Daniel's Story


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Places of Daniel's Story

Auschwitz II, the Nazi extermination camp (Poland), a complete tour
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Carol Matas

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Daniel Chapter One

I feel the need to look at my pictures, pictures of my life. Perhaps they can help me understand how I came to be on this train, who I am, and what has happened.

Daniel Chapter Four

...slowly all our rights were taken away until we were nothing but bodies being shipped out.

Daniel Chapter Five

But suddenly everything was wrong, upside down. It seemed more normal to die than to live.

Daniel Chapter Six

Erika had expressed the central principle that kept the ghetto going, kept us all in that struggle when it would have been easier to give up. That principle was hope.

Erika Chapter Eight

We are alive. We are human, with good and bad in us. That's all we know for sure. We can't create a new species or a new world. That's been done. Now we have to live within those boundaries . What are our choices? We can despair and curse, and change nothing. We can choose evil like our enemies have done and create a world based on hate. Or we can try to make things better.

Words to Know


A section of a city where Jews were required to live


A high German language


A Nazi concentration camp prisoner who looked over gangs

The Theme

Keep faith in humanity and you will see the end of the rainbow.