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WW2 portfolio

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Crystal Henderson

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WW2 Porfolio Reading Log
Parallel Journeys

Date Page Started Page Finished
Febuary 29th, 2012 1 25
March 5th, 2012 25 51
March 6th, 2012 51 82
March 7th, 2012 82 105
March 8th, 2012 105 126
March 9th, 2012 126 151
March 10th, 2012 151 190
March 11th, 2012 190 205
March 12th, 2012 205 220
March 13th, 2012 220 228 Reaction Letter: Middle of Book
March 12, 2012
Dear Ms. Ellis,
So far, the book has been mostly facts. It is amazing and terrifying that so many people were killed in such a short time. I think that Helen and her husband made the right choice to give their daughter up, if not, they would all probably be dead. It is so sick that people could do this to this to anyone and still live on. I can’t believe that they could blame Jewish people for their troubles. It is mind blowing that they would capture, torture and kill almost an entire religion, for no real reason.
Sincerely,CrystalHenderson Reaction letter:end of book
April 3, 2012
Dear Ms. Ellis,
This book made me sad whae they gave up their daughter, but it was the right choice. I think that in a simular situation I would do the same thing. I am happy that Hitler was stoped. i can't beleive that the Nazis were able to so easily control the minds of all of those childrens minds.
Sincereley,
Crystal
Henderson November 9, 1938
Dear Journal,
This afternoon on my way
home from school we ran into
SA and SS men. They began to
destroy the homes and business
of Jews in the comminity. Glass
was shattering everywhere and
people started to call it the
Kristallnacht.
Sincerely,
Alfons
Heck Helen Warerford
Book Descrbtion
Skinny, short dark
brown hair and brown
eyes. She is nice, kind
willing to do almost anything
to save her family. Character Sketch Parrell Journeys: Visual Vocabulary 1.Fanatic- marked by exsesive enthusiasim
2. Judenrein- clean of Jews
3.Jungvolk- young people
4.Kristallnacht- crystal night
5.Hitlerjugend- Hitler youth
6.Wehrmacht- armed forces
7.Luftwaffe- airforce
8.Flieger- flier
9.Reichsmarschall- realm marshal Chapter Notes A Dark Look Into the Future Helen goes to a fourtune teller
Is told she will be a widow
Does not beleive it Chapter Notes The Christmas Eve Air Assalt Parallel Journeys Early December in 1944 The Allies get through the west wall
the Volkstrum is the last effort ton save Germany The Power and the Glory Chapter Notes *Kids thought what they
were told to think
*Spoken to every by Nazi's
*Did not question
what they were told Crystal Henderson
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