Death describes, as acurately as possible, the bombing of Cologne, the sheer amount of people he acuired, and a moment of innocence that many children showed at the sight.
Liesel ran home to warn the Hubermans about the incoming Nazi house searches, but by the time they could decide on anything, a soldier came into their home. The family was forced to act as non suspicious as possible. Eventually, the soldier leaves, though unable to spot Max, who was hiding under the stairs. Truely a relief to Liesel, the Hubermans, and Max himself.
Death saves the souls of the jews that were burned at Auschwitz, feeling for their plight, he describes them as cold, even though they experianced great heat.