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The story starts with Bruno getting angry and confused when he sees Maria, their maid, packing up his things. He then discovers that his family is all leaving their home in Berlin. His mother explains to her that his father has received a promotion thus the family will relocate.
According to Bruno, the place is called "Out-With". He continue to think about their old place and agreed with Gretel, his sister that their new place is horrible. Moreover, his parents warned him not to go beyond the fence and banned him for further exploration. Lieutenant Kotler suddenly appears by their door. This young man will be working under his father.
Bruno ventures out and decided to explore the beyond their home. As he decided to walk the fence, he see a little boy wearing a striped pajamas and band on his upper arm. The boy introduce himself as Shmuel. The two boys exchange stories from where they come from and eventually agreed to keep their friendship from Bruno's family.
As the friendship goes, Bruno decided to help Shmuel to search for his father on the other side of the fence. Bruno sneaks over and carefully change his clothes and remove his boots. They walk back to the camp and Bruno is surprised about how the place look and the people inside.
Inside the camp, Bruno notices that there are two groups of people. One who seem to have a good time, and one who are full of sadness and crying. They start to search for Shmuel's father but end up to find nothing. Bruno ought to go home but Shmuel warned him to because the soldiers might get angry.
The soldiers then round up the people and make them go on marches. Bruno is distressed because he is really scared and does not understand why all people marching look so frightened. The people then gasp as the door is slammed and locked. The two boys stand still and continue to hold hands until the room becomses dark ad chaotic.
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