Daniel's Story

By: Eric Fischer

" Keep everything you can carry with you."- Father

" I don't think they're sending us on a holiday."- Daniel

" It must last or by the end of the week we could easily starve."- Father

Vocabulary

Aryan: Relating to or denoting a people speaking an Indo-European language who invaded northern India in the 2nd millennium BC, displacing the Dravidian and other aboriginal peoples.

" They're evacuating the hospital."- Father

Conflict

Daniel's fight against the Nazis while in the concentration camp and also, Daniel never gave up when things seemed hopeless.

"They may well take Erika."- Mother

Vocabulary

Yiddish: A language used by Jews in central and eastern Europe before the Holocaust. It was originally a German dialect with words from Hebrew and other modern languages and is spoken mainly in the U.S., Israel, and Russia.

Theme

Never lose hope when it seems like the end.
If you like this book read Number the Stars.

Vocabulary

Pogrom: An organised massacre of a particular ethnic group, in particular that of Jews in Russia or eastern Europe.
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Photo Album

Photo album with pictures from Auschwitz concentration camp.

Significant Event

A significant event is when Daniel survives in Auschwitz concentration camp.