A monther caught in WWII Germany.
A young girl living in Denmark during the Nazi occupation.
A teenager living in Berlin sent to a concentration camp.
A daughter of a German general.
Warned her to stay away from all Nazi troops.
Sent her to live with her grandparents.
Hid her in the basement for two years.
Purchased a small gun for her to carry.
There are alot of cigarettes.
There are alot of Jewish people.
There are alot of German Soldiers
Annemarie, Ellen, Mama, and Kirsti visited Uncle Henrick
Great Aunt Birte died
The girls were questioned by soldiers on their way home from school
The rabbi warned the Jews to go into hiding
All of the above
King Christian X
Danish people who tried to harm the Nazis
The name the Jewish people gave themselves
The German occupation
Christian X falling from his horse
She used a knife to cut it off
She opened the necklace and took it off
She bit it off
She ripped it off Ellen's neck in order to keep the soldiers from finding it
Uncle Henrik goes fishing everyday
Is it a good time to send people over to Sweden to freedom?
Can I send Mama and the girls to your house?
Is the cat going to roam the countryside and look for German troops?
She told them that Great Aunt Birte had been already buried
She did not trick them, Peter pulled a gun on the Germans
Mama said that Great Aunt Birte had typhus and the casket needed to be closed due to doctor orders
Ellen's mom decided to discuss the problem of the casket with the German soldiers
In Uncle Henrik's house by the sea
In a secret place in Uncle Henrik's Ship
In Annemarie's Apartment
Peter took them to a safe place in the woods where they would not be found
Mama broke her ankle and she could not walk to the boat to deliver the dropped packet
Mr. Rosen had dropped the packet in the dark and Uncle Henrik needed it before the journey could continue
Annemarie volunteered to take Uncle Henrik his lunch and did not know about the packet in the basket
Both A and B