Setting: The expounding begins in Lidice. Czechoslovakia at Milda’s place. Then it changes to Puschkau. Poland at a preparation cantonment to go perfect German citizens. so to Furstenberg. Germany where she lives so back to Lidice. Czechoslovakia where she finishes turning up.
Point of VIEW: First Person
Supporter: The supporter would be Milda and all the guiltless people that were captured or killed. Milda is the chief character. an guiltless Czechoslovakian miss which gets captured and taken off during the Holocaust. TEXTUAL EVIDENCE: “I was eight when the Nazis came. A hebdomad after their reaching we had visited Mama’s cousin in Prague. and I had seen the triumph parade the Nazis held for Hitler. The soldiers had marched by ferociously. have oning tall black boots and black Hakenkreuz on their uniforms. We had been require to go to. and everyone had been forced to raise their right arm and state. ‘Heil Hitler! ’” ( page 13-14 )
Adversary: the adversary would be Adolf Hitler or the Nazi Germans. Adolf Hitler wanted all the Jews gone or dead. which is incorrect. To accomplish his end he had to garner a group of people who would follow him and kill all the Jews. TEXTUAL EVIDENCE: “Every forenoon began with the German national anthem and our salutation to Hitler. so callisthenicss and German lessons. ” ( Page 71 ) “’But the dark they took us off. the Nazis told us Papa and Jaroslav had been sent to a work cantonment! They said…’ and so I stopped. and my tummy lurched with the realisation. Another Nazi prevarication. ” ( page 185-186 )
External Conflict: The Nazis invaded other European states and do them heil Hitler. Milda gets taken off from her place and has to set to her new milieus Resolution: In the terminal the Nazis acquire overtaken and Milda is reunited with her household.
INTERNAL CONFLICT: Milda has to make up one’s mind if she should stand up for what is right and demo her true pride or travel along with the Nazis agenda and wait it out. Resolution: Milda remembers she has her Babichka’s pin and that helps her remind herself of her true pride while she waits out her deliverance.
THEME STATMENT: One should ne’er knock because of faith. APPLIES TO STORY: Tonss of people were killed merely because they were Jewish. Peoples should non judge others merely because of faith. The holocaust is a perfect illustration of being judged because f your faith.
Summary: Milda makes up in the center of the dark to Nazis occupying her house. She gets taken off to a preparation cantonment in Poland where she learns how to go a perfect German citizen. Once she has proved herself worthy plenty she gets put up for acceptance from a German household. One twenty-four hours t the house sudden war noises seem to be reasonably near so travel into the basement where Milda gets taken off yet once more and gets to be reunited with her household. Once she is reunited with her ma she learns that her Babichka died in the concentration cantonments. Papa and Jaroslav were killed the dark they were taken off and Anechka is still alive someplace. ( 118 )