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Incident At Vichy
has haunted people since World War II: why did the Jews walk to their deaths, why was there so little resistance? But as rumours pass between them of trains full of people locked from the outside and furnaces in Poland, and although they reassure themselves that nothing so monstrous could be true, their panic rises. Cast *Lebeau, a painter *Bayard, an electrician *Marchand, a businessman *Police Guard (French) *Monceau, an actor *Gypsy *Waiter *Boy *Major (German Army) *First Detective (French) *Old history - Battle of Monmouth Jew *Second Detective (French) *Leduc, a psychiatrist *Police Captain (French) *Von Berg, a prince (Austrian) *Professor Hoffman (a Nazi). Marchand is interrogated and given a pass to leave.
The Old Jew follows this pattern. In the 1966 version there is a major escape attempt in the middle of the play, but it is thwarted by the unexpected appearance of the Major. The major is under the gun of those above him in the chain of command and if he does not carry out the commands of his superiors he too will be on the chopping block and the execution of Jews will continue and the paradox. As Leduc and the boy decide to escape, the Major returns, intoxicated, and advises them against. The Captain of Police, the Professor and two detectives enter with the Old Jew, Leduc and Von Berg. They are, for the most part, Jews. As these men begin to understand why they have been detained, they begin to react with fear and anger, yet none try to escape. Feeling this position is beneath him, the Major argues with the Professor about their women in High Places interrogation methods before taking a walk during which questioning ceases pending his return. This study guide contains the following sections: This detailed literature summary also contains. Nevertheless, they persist in allowing themselves a state of denial about the motivations for their arrests and the fate that awaits them. It focuses on the subjects of human nature, guilt, fear, and complicity and examines how the Nazis were able to perpetrate the. Vichy France ; and held to wait unknowingly, for what turns out to be their "racial" inspection by German military officers and Vichy French police during.