#1 If the Germans were killing any Jews they found in the streets, and you were hiding but eventually had to leave for something (ex. food) what would you do?
I think that I would wait until the right moment, and leave strait away. That is because you cant wait for the last moment since the situation could get worse. They could start invading homes and killing people or something like that. So I would just sneak out and run as quickly as possible to the soonest location that could benefit my needs.
#2 Do you think some Nazis felt bad for the Jews?
After reading a part of the book, I read the Nazis used to hit children against walls, and I had this question sitting on my head. Like seriously, don't they feel bad for them? If the Nazis truly don't feel pity for the ones who have to be killed, or hurt, or threatened, or have everything taken away from them, they are cold blooded, soul andd heartless creatures. This is my opinion. If you think about it, think the same as someone doing that to a puppy. Or a kitty, or any other newborn adorable baby animal. Its just really sad. Maybe, there were some Nazis out there who felt bad, but still did it. They must have felt remorse or regret, but were still forced to do it.
#3 In what way is Vladek's story typical of what Jews experienced during the Holocaust?In what ways is it not typical?
When I think about it, Vladek was very very luck in his past life. Which is something not typical of what most of the other Jews experienced. Vladek had the luck to escape a concentration camp, while many many others didn't. Also, he had the luck to just be alive today telling his story to his son, and looking back at it. Something typical him and the Jews went through was the pain and agony of not knowing if they would ever return to their families, or if they would every survive for that matter.