Table of Contents
- 1 How did Anne Marie show her dislike of the German soldiers?
- 2 How did the German soldiers show a lack of respect for the Johansens?
- 3 What did Annemarie realize about Ellen after Peter’s visit?
- 4 Who is Ellen pretending to be the soldiers?
- 5 Why did the German soldiers come to Uncle Henrik’s house?
- 6 What country were the Jews going to with Uncle Henrik’s help?
How did Anne Marie show her dislike of the German soldiers?
Annemarie showed her dislike of the German soldiers by making fun of one of them. She said that he looked like a giraffe. Why isn’t Kirsti afraid of the soldiers? Kirsti isn’t afraid of the soldiers because she doesn’t remember a time that they weren’t there.
How does Annemarie feel about the soldiers?
How does Annemarie behave around the German soldiers? She has contempt for the soldiers, but knows not to speak too much. However, when the “giraffe” spoke and touched her bag, she trembled from fear.
How did the German soldiers show a lack of respect for the Johansens?
He showed the baby pictures of Lise. How did the German soldiers show a lack of respect for the Johansens? They riped the baby pictures of Lise in half and woke up the girls. Why was it important that Ellen remove her Star of David necklace?
How did Annemarie act when the soldiers stopped her?
Annemarie is stopped by the soldiers, so she pretends to be a “silly empty-headed little girl.” The packet Peter gave Mr. Rosen slips from his pocket slips from his pocket when he tripped on his way out, and Annemarie must deliver it to Uncle Henrik.
What did Annemarie realize about Ellen after Peter’s visit?
What did Annemarie realize about her friend Ellen after Peter’s visit? After Peter’s visit, Annemarie realized that her friend Ellen and her family are in trouble, because they are Jewish and the Germans have begun to torment the Jews. Hirsch’s shop was closed by the Germans because her family was Jewish.
Who is Lise and what happened to her?
Lise was Annemarie’s eldest sister. She died when she was about eighteen years old, two weeks to her wedding to Peter Neilsen. According to Annemarie’s parents, Lise was part of the Resistance—a group of people who fought against the Nazis using whatever means at their disposal.
Who is Ellen pretending to be the soldiers?
Who does Ellen pretend to be when the soldiers come to the Johansens? Lise Johansen.
Why didn’t Mr Rosen ask what was in the package?
Rosen does not know what is in the package and does not ask, because it is safer not to know. Peter leaves with everyone except the Rosens, telling Mrs.
Why did the German soldiers come to Uncle Henrik’s house?
Why did the German soldiers come to Uncle Henrik’s house? The German soldiers came to Uncle Henrik’s house, because they saw an unusual amount of people at the house. Johansen stopped the German soldiers from looking in the casket by telling them that Aunt Birte had typhus and that it was still contagious.
Why did Ellen not smile when she looked at Annemarie during the fake funeral?
Why did Ellen not smile when she looked at Annemarie during the fake funeral? Ellen didn’t smile because she knew it was fake.
What country were the Jews going to with Uncle Henrik’s help?
Nazi soldiers arrive and question Annemarie about the contents of the casket. She bravely tells them that her Great-aunt Birte has died. She understands how dangerous the situation is and soon learns that her Uncle Henrik is going to smuggle the Jews across the sea to Sweden.
Why does Kirsti hate her new shoes?
Kirsti hates her new shoes because they are green and made of fish skin. Not only does she hate the color, but she is also convinced that she will be made fun of in school for wearing such ugly shoes. Ellen offers to take the shoes home with her so that her father can color them black. This pacifies Kirsti.