Question #1: Why do they treat people bad in the camp even if all of the same position or situation?
For example on pg.114 their is an example of people in the camp calling other people names. I think that a big part of the campers treating other people bad is a little bit the fact that they are being treat badly also because they are frustrated with the fact that their is a war going on outside their camp and they had to leave their family and friends to go to this camp so they can’t protect any one.
Question #2: What do the think of world war 2 in other words and they conscious of WW2? How much are they involved in world war 2?
I think they are a little bit worried because of the world war 2. But because their was no technology in the time, news didn't pass so fast like today so it was hard communicating specially in camps. So that made them not really conscious of the WW2 and it made them not know much about not only the war and also their families.
Question #3: Can the prisoners leave the camp when their done with their job or if they are respecting people without running away?
The camp is not so much for job or fun. I think that it is more of a ‘punishment’ camp for prisoners and because their are in the middle of a war the more people they can get to organize the camp better. So, I think they are just going to keep working and they don’t have a date to leave the camp.
I think that this picture is really meaningful because it shows that the prisoners are locked with no exit and it gives the felling that you are closed in a cage and you don’t have any freedom because the wires are preventing you from ‘flying’.
The second image is basically people working on snow storm days and it shows that they don’t have many option either staying in the camp and work their best.