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Prisoner B-3087

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Elle Renner

on 24 April 2014

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Transcript of Prisoner B-3087

Yanek Gruener
Yanek Gruener was a 10-year-old jewish boy from Krakow, Poland, also known as Jack who was taken to a concentration camp
Setting
the setting is Poland during World War II
"ten different concentration camps
ten different places where you are starved, tortured, an worked merciless."
Concentration camps
Concentration camps are a place where people are imprisoned in a small area with inadequate facilities. These camps are strongly associated with the several hundred camps established by the Nazis in Germany.

Dachau, Belsen, and Auschwitz.
The Germans
When the German soldiers came to Poland they set rules for the Polish people
you must be in your home by 9:00 or you get shot on the spot
no movies, park, library, or pools
you can not look at a Germans face
you can not speak unless spoken to
four families must live in one flat
exposition
Theme
Prisoner
B-3087

rising action
main conflict
conflicts between Poland and Germany
when all the Polish people are sent to concentration camps
Surviving the concentration camps
Genre
Survive. At any cost
Characters
Yanek
uncle Moshe
uncle Abraham
aunt Gizela
aunt Fela
Dawid
Sala
the Laskis
the Rosemblums
the Brotmans
Fred
Ruth
The Genre of this book is fiction
Examples
putting prisoners in the gas chamber and have water come out of the shower head
if you were missing a button on your shirt they would give you 20 lashes
the german soldiers would make them sing for them
the nonfiction book is called

Shindlers List
by:Alan Gratz
We can not let these monsters tear us from the pages of the world.
-uncle moshe
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