Oskar is walking to the S.S. meeting. He needs to get his factory in Brunnlitz approved. This is the Exposition because it is the leading events up until the main part of the story.
When Oskar get his factory approved, he is relieved. It is already built and has Jews working in it. This is the Rising action because it shows how the plot is starting to come along and is starting to brew.
3 days later, the Germans and Jews fled the camp. When this started, Oskar and most of the Jews hid in a secret bunker. We were extremely worried and even more worried when we heard a sound. This is the climax because if you were to image you in this story, then you would think that this is the most exciting and nervous part.
The theme of this story it determination. If you try your best, you will be able to succeed.
Soon after, a the Russians came. They saved everyone, even though they were suspicious of Oskar, a nazi. This is the falling action because it is the end of the main thriller and leads into the resolution.
Oskar managed to walk away free, without any problems. He was proud enough of what he had done to where he felt like one of the best people in all of the Holocaust. All that he could do now is go home. This is the resolution because it wraps up the story and corks the wine bottle if the bottle was the story.
Oskar, still on his way to a train, started out determined to save the Jews. Now he only have to stay determined enough to get back home.