Here we find Max Vandenburg, hiding in a secret storage room, sitting on his suitcase. He was just given an identity card, a bit food, water, a book with a key taped on the cover, and a map. The person who gave him these things was a man named Hans Hubbermann, and he will soon see him at the end of his journey.
Max silently ate his food, which consisted of a loaf of bread, and 3 carrots, it was the best that the kind man could do. He didn't want to get caught, he has to be careful.
Keep your eyes open.
Before Max's friend, Walter Kugler, left for the army, he gave Max a bag with these things, a small razor, a spoon, shaving cream, and a pair of scissors. Max says goodbye to his childhood friend, cleaned himself up with the gift he got, and got ready to get on the train.
Safe at last!
While boarding the train, Max was asked for his papers, as scared as he was, he gave the papers that Hans gave to him. He got into the train and sat down and look at his book. Mein Kampf, the book of the Fuher in a Jewish struggler's hands. He tried his best to not look up, he didn't want to blow his cover.
Max finally got to the town of Molching. He made his way towards Munich Street, to finally get to Himmel Street to meet with Hans. He feels bad that a stranger is putting his who is putting his ow life in danger for him. He keeps his eyes open in case there are Nazi's look for Jews. He can't help to be excited because he might finally be safe.
Max finally got to the house number 33, Hans house. There he sees Hans standing there, waiting for him. They didn't say anything, they just looked at each other, and Max gave Hans the key that was taped to the book.