Elli and her mom have now arrived at Augsburg where they are greeted by confused guards. The guards ask if they are women and where their luggage was. This was quite confusing for both the guards and the Jewish people.
Augsburg is very different from the other camps the guards are friendly, they get real food, warm showers with towels and perfumed soap, and clean beds made for one person.
Everyone is lined up for being placed for there jobs by the Herr Zerkubel. The Herr Zerkubel places them by their hair color, skin color, eye color, and height. The fair skin blond, red, light brown hair, green or blue eye, and taller are favored and get treated the best.
Elli's mother saves a potato and uses other things around the factory and bedroom to make a candle for Sabbath.
Everyone receives a winter uniform of dresses, coats, and sweaters. All the girls are very excited about the new clothing but well trying on her coat Elli finds a name that she recognizes then she realizes that these clothes are Jewish peoples.
Elli has had a dream about her father. The two of them are in a place in her house called the karma, they are standing there and a bird flys over them and Ellis father grip gets tighter. When Elli looks over at him he becomes a statue and lifted in the air. When Elli awoke she knew her father had died.