Shmuel Trapped In A Prison

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Summary: In this document it exaplins the life for Shmuel as he is trapped inside a prison his whole life and his life before they got deported. He lived with his mother, father and brother above his father’s watchmaking shop. Until one day when Bruno got home they were deported to Auschwitz. He was only a young Polish Jew when he got sent to be a prionser in Auschwitz. He didn’t have any friends to talk to or play with but he did have a father. However, he had lost his dad while they were transferring them to the camp. One day unexpectanly a boy named Bruno was wandering around in the woods behind his house and found Shmuel sitting across a fence. They became friends instantly talking about their personal lives. Both of these boys found out

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