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The prisoners aren’t marching, but running through the snow while the SS yell at them to go faster faster faster! The SS will kill anyone who can’t keep up.
The road seems endless, but finally (after many hours) they are at last ordered to rest.
When Eliezer falls asleep, his dad wakes him and warns him not to fall asleep—it’s dangerous to sleep in the snow. To sleep means death. Death is all around them. Many people do in fact die while they sleep. Snow falls on the corpses.
don't fall asleep
hey thats the father of the guy who let himself die in the run
Rabbi Eliahu comes looking for his son. Eliezer says he hasn’t seen him but after the Rabbi leaves, Eliezer remembers seeing the Rabbi’s son running beside him, looking back and leaving his old, weak father behind. Eliezer utters a prayer that God will never let him be so cruel to his own father.
i pray i will never do this to my father
has anyone seen my son?
They continue marching. It continues snowing. Eliezer can’t even feel his wounded foot.
At last, they reach a camp, Gleiwitz, and they enter the barracks to sleep. There are so many people that they are stacked on each other to sleep.
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