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characters Reise im August ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ð Alice is eleven years old and it is wartime She is on a train with no seats no lights no sanitary facilities Her parents and her grandmother are missing and Alice doesn't know where she is going Maybe she will get to play outside again maybe she will see her parents BuEr parents But as the train rolls on Alice begins to realize that just when you think things can't possibly get any worse they d. There are so many books on the Holocaust and written in so many different ways This book takes that very short time span it took to transport a group of Jews from their home by train to AuschwitzIt moves a little slow but it adds to the discomfort you are feeling as you relive those long grueling hours they spent packed in train cars meant for transporting cattle You feel their hunger their pain their discomfort their confusion and fear and wonder about what lies ahead for them once they arrive at their destination When the trip finally comes to an end and they think their basic needs will be met with a shower and hot coffee they are separated; able bodied workers to the right women and children to the left We all know the ending from here I just wish I could have that moment back and let it all be a bad dream and watch Alice grow up and marry Paul and be reunited with her family The reality is too much grief for one person to bear

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Grandmother are missing and Alice doesn't know where she is going Maybe she will get to play outside again maybe she will see h. The Final JourneyBy Gudrun PausewangThe final Journey’s genre is juvenile fiction based on historical events The novel was took place during World War II 1939 – 1945 in Auschwitz Easter Europe Gudrun Pausewang born in March 3 1928 at Germany and she is a German writer for children and teens Gudrun Pausewang wrote 86 novels and The Final Journey is one of them She wrote this novel because she was there during that time period and she believe lots of Jewish children desert better than what just happen to themThe brutal message of The Final Journey by Pausewang is it was merciless to be Jewish During this time period because it was during World War II and the Jewish Holocaust There were brutal forms of opposition where six million Jews died in what has become known as the Holocaust people with disabilities and dissidents of all kinds The Final Journey is about eleven years old girl name Alice during World War II Alice is a young Jewish girl doesn’t know anything outside her house forced to get in a train with her grandfather to unknown destination Alone the way she forced to come to grips with death and she learns new things that she too young to know However she wants to works hard to fit in with the group This book would be a preface read for young girls for them to know how some girls have to go to during the holocaust This book very heart wrenching book and in some how when I’m reading it kind of connect to my life litter bit How she has to travel to another place and don’t know any body on the way beside her family it remind me of when I come to United States

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Reise im AugustAlice is eleven years old and it is wartime She is on a train with no seats no lights no sanitary facilities Her parents and her. The Holocaust is an all too popular subject for young adult literature so it was with reluctance that I opened this book Unlike so many books in this genre there are no real heroes no noble acts and no redemption in this claustrophobic tale first published in Germany Instead this short novel focuses on the tedium uncertainty and unease in one railway car full of Jews making the forced journey to Auschwitz Alice the central character is nearly twelve but has lived such a sheltered life that she seems much younger Despite hiding in a basement for than two years she knows nothing of the war or the atrocities being committed Her own parents disappeared in the dark of night but her grandparents reassured her that it was only because her mother needed emergency dental care which the naive child believed And so Alice finds herself in a herd of humanity heading east hoping to be reunited with her parents Over the course of the brief journey her illusions are shattered as she witnesses death including her own grandfather's birth and the entire spectrum of human emotions When the torture of the journey is finally over she is only too relieved to be offered the opportunity to shower Unlike other YA novels about the Holocaust Number the Stars for one that remain somewhat removed from the actual details of the tragedy Pausewang's work wallows in the repetitive mundane trivia of the journey Most of the passengers in the railway car are neither horrible nor heroic but are instead preoccupied with bodily functions normally kept private The two corpses occupying valuable space in the car are treated in the same matter of fact style further emphasizing the dehumanizing effects of the journey The birth of a baby in the midst of such depression should have been cause for celebration but the assorted travelers cannot find enough hope in their hearts to rejoice It is only the false promise of a shower and hot coffee that causes some to lift their heads in anticipation making the final inevitable conclusion that much poignantDue to explicit language and uncomfortable situations The Final Journey is probably best suited for older middle school and high school readers I would proceed with caution before using with with a fifth or sixth grade class