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Resolution. Liberation. Resistance. Exposition. Anti-Semitism. Torn Thread. Conflict. Death March. By Anne Isaacs. Liquidation. Rising Action. Medical Treatment. Climax. Slide Show by Laurel and Adrianna. Rations. Army troops walk down a street in Berlin after the fall of the city. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • Torn ThreadBy Anne IsaacsSlide Show by Laurel and AdriannaRationsDeath MarchLiquidationMedical TreatmentAnti-SemitismResistanceExpositionLiberationConflictResolutionRising ActionClimax

  • ResolutionHomeArmy troops walk down a street in Berlin after the fall of the city. After Hitler was defeated, Eva and Rachel left Europe for Canada and continue their lives as Canadians.

  • ExpositionHomeSetting: Labor Camp in Parschnitz, Czechoslovakia and Poland.Situation/Climate: Book Started out in a Ghetto with Eva and her family. Characters: Eva, Rachel, Papa (Samuel), Kayla, Dora, Rosie, Herr Schmidt, Frau HawlikParschnitz Ghetto during daytime.

  • ConflictHome

    Eva was stuck in a labor camp, and was force to wind bobbins for the Germans army uniform. Eva was the protagonist and the Nazis were the antagonist.Jews getting ready to go to a work camp.

  • Rising ActionHome sleeping a barracks.Eva was sent to a labor camp in Czechoslovakia. Rachel was sick with typhus, and needles The Soviet Army was getting close to the labor camp and to victory.

  • Climax Home The climax were when Rachel passed out while working in the labor camp.When Eva was injured after by getting her hair caught in a sewing machine.And when Rosie died so suddenly.

    Girls sewing German uniforms.

  • LiberationHome picture of Nazis burying dead bodies. The Soviets came and saved the Jews from the Nazis. Eva, Rachel, Dora, and other women's were saved by the Soviet Union. They were cared for and received medical attention, water, food, clothes, and supplies to live off of.

  • ResistanceHomeTwo Jewish brothers pose with the adopted daughter of their German rescuer. Herr Schmidt who was a German was helping the Jewish women If a Jewish women was sick Herr Schmidt would arranges for the rest of the Jews to take turns running her machine so she won't fall behind her daily quota of bobbins. Often he take a turn himself. Czech Citizens, and Germans helped rescued many Jews from this camp.

  • Anti-SemitismHome men put up a sign on the front of a Jewish business which reads: "Not one penny to the Jews." Eva, Rachel, Rosie, Dora, and other Jews were treated extremely unfairly compared to the Germans, and called filthy swine's, lazy pieces of filth, and Jewish dogs. The Nazis would also make racial comments about them.

  • Death MarchHome Eva, Rachel, Rosie, and Dora all participated in the death march. This march was very difficult for many Jews but was more difficult for Rachel. It was more difficult because it was hard for Rachel to not pass out. Eva and Rachel constantly witnessed the death of Jewish women during the march.Girls walking in the death march.

  • LiquidationHome riding in a liquidation truck. In the begging of the book, Eva witnessed her sister Rachel being taken away by the Nazi. Watching her sister being taken away devastated Eva.

  • Medical TreatmentHome In the labor camp, when Rachel and Eva had needles, they werent sent to a hospital. The only thing that happen to them was that they were bandaged. In the camps the Jews had infections, diseases, and disabilities that were never treated.A sick Jewish girl.

  • RationsHomeWorkers in the Lodz ghetto weigh out and distribute food rations. Eva and her sister Rachel would combined their daily rations together. This was still not enough to keep Eva and Rachel full. While Rachel was sleeping Eva would secretly give Rachel more food.