Lieutenant Kotler has been suddenly transferred away from Out-With, coinciding with a huge fight between Mother and Father. During World War 2 and the holocaust, fear within the Jewish race was created by the soldiers. Most prisoners were innocent, and randomly picked to die. Ralf is a very staunch Nazi supporter. Gretel is a show-off who thinks she knows everything, and is flirty towards Lieutenant Kotler.
Bruno's betrayal of Shmuel in front of Lieutenant Kotler is representative of the many people who betrayed their Jewish neighbors and friends during the Holocaust in similar ways. While they are talking, Gretel notices something in her hair and begins screaming. Mother and Gretel stay at Out-With for a few months waiting for news of Bruno. They decide that the next day, Shmuel will bring him a pair of striped pajamas, and he will sneak over to the other side of the fence to help Shmuel search for his father. Bruno is all ways skinny but, Shmuel gets skinny and skinnier everyday. But what's more interesting is that Shmuel fails to anticipate that Bruno won't back him in this moment.
While it may be tempting to look at Shmuel and marvel at his resilience in the face of forced adulthood, it's important to note that despite his pretty smooth veneer, he's still just a kid. As it turned out, all the things that he thought might be there - weren't. Shmuel is hesitant because he knows he'll get in trouble if Lieutenant Kotler returns, but Bruno puts the food in his hands and he scarfs it down. He feels out of place and confused throughout the book as a result of his youth as well as his lack of knowledge about the hostile situation in the world. I thought it was the gas chamber but they were burned alive. She sends Bruno into the kitchen, where he is surprised to find Shmuel sitting at the table.
Like a dead mouse at the back of the cupboard. Though they find nothing, the soldiers round up prisoners for a march before Bruno can sneak back under the fence. She also is a member of the Hitler Youth. Since is still not home, Pavel cleans Bruno's wounds in the kitchen and tells Bruno that he used to be a doctor. Elsa is a very good mother, and does not agree with Nazism, although she never speaks out. When Shmuel tells him that Bruno gave it to him and that Bruno is his friend, but Bruno is frightened and denies it. Shmuel is saddened by this news, and suggests that he come over to the other side of the fence.
Lieutenant Kotler mentions that his father was a professor of literature at the university, but that he had left Germany for Switzerland in 1938. Then Father calls Gretel and Bruno into his office and asks them if they miss Berlin. Bruno father is a German solider but, Shmuel father is a Jew. What was Pavel's job before he became a prisoner? Before he leaves, Bruno asks Father who the people are outside his window. Ralph's mum Grandfather-Bruno and Gretel's grandfather. Father is a Commandant in the German army. Father is surprised that Bruno has noticed them, but this information seems to help him make the final decision that the children should return to Berlin with Mother.
Kotler catches them, and demands to know if Bruno is friends with Shmuel. Schmuel and Bruno's eyes widen and jagged breaths escape from their mouths as the soldier interrogates them with his strong, stern voice about the pastry and the talking that was occurring, Because of the fear with which the lieutenant filled the boys, Bruno lies to Lieutenant Kotler because he is afraid of what will happen. When he does see Shmuel, he notices that he is getting even thinner and more sickly looking, so Bruno tries to remember to bring him more food. He betrays his only friend and Schmuel is the one who gets the beating for it. Near the beginning of the movie, he gets a promotion and the family moves to the country where Ralf takes charge of a concentration camp.
Their maid Maria and butler Lars staff the house, but there are also new waiters that Bruno has not met before. He decides to write her a letter from Out-With, telling her how unhappy he is in their new home and how much he misses her. I'm Just a Polish Boy From a Polish Family If Bruno thinks his life blows, it's nothing compared to Shmuel's. Of course, once the Holocaust begins, trouble kicks into high gear for Shmuel and his family. It demonstrates his discrimination over the Jewish people and makes Bruno think about Out-With in a different way. The Holocaust may be able to force him to confront things far beyond his years, but it can't change the fundamental fact that Shmuel is still just a boy.
Shmuel's living situation at Out-With is unnatural and thus, like a withering tree, he is slowly dying. Lars - LÃ¡szlo Ãron Lars is the butler. By distancing himself from Shmuel because he is afraid of the consequences of associating with the boy, Bruno contributes to Shmuel's punishment for a crime he did not commit: stealing food. And because we can see that Shmuel is just a boy, we're reminded of the ways in which he's similar to Bruno. He is the father of Bruno and Gretel. Shmuel tells Bruno that there are hundreds of other boys on his side of the fence, and Bruno reiterates his feeling that it is unfair for him to have no one to play with on his side.
When his family moves from their home in Berlin to a strange new house in Poland, young Bruno befriends Shmuel, a boy who lives on the other side of the fence where everyone seems to be wearing striped pajamas. The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas 1. One day Bruno had enough of not. Shmuel smiles and forgives him, lifting up the fence so that they can shake hands beneath it. Bruno begins to help himself to some cold chicken and stuffing that's in the refrigerator and when he sees Shmuel looking at the food, he offers his friend some. Shmuel smiles and forgives him, lifting up the fence so that they can shake hands beneath it.
He thought that all the boys and girls who lived here would be in different groups, playing tennis or football, skipping and drawing out squares for hopscotch on the ground. As it turned out, all the things he thought might be there-wern't. Preparations begin so that Mother, Gretel, and Bruno can return to Berlin that week, but Bruno is nervous about telling Shmuel the news. Bruno believes that it is a room to keep them dry until the rain stops. His three-best-friends-for-life are Daniel, Martin, and Karl.