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Reb Saunders, Danny, and Reuven learn that a major German offensive has been repelled in the  Battle of the Bulge and that the Allies apparently will win the war. Americans, along with the rest of  the world, mourn the murder of millions of Jews slaughtered by Hitler. Reb Saunders speaks of the  European Jews he had known who are probably dead, of the brutality of the world, of his years in  Russia with Cossack bands looting and plundering, and now, of the monstrosity of Hitler and the  Nazis. Reuven and his father discuss Reb Saunders' opinion that the Holocaust must be the result of divine  will. Mr. Malter disagrees and says that because millions of Jews were murdered needlessly, they  cannot wait for the Messiah to come or for other help in creating a Jewish state. Jews must do the  work themselves. Mr. Malter suffers a heart attack. During his convalescence at the hospital, Danny and his family 
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