After Aaron escapes the Nazis and becomes a hero of the Russian army, the Russians reward him by appointing him ruler of a conquered Nazi town, Gérjen, with virtually unlimited power. He and his friend, the giant Ignatz Sax, take their revenge, punishing Nazi and Hungarian soldiers and spies they capture, executing the most criminal. But when Sax learns that his wife and children have likely been deported to death camps, he loses all self-control, taking his brutality beyond the extreme. Meanwhile, Aaron rediscovers his own humanity and ends his violence. He tries to rein in his friend, but Sax refuses, leading to conflict between the two men.
While still a slave laborer under the Nazis and Hungarians, Aaron knows that he must take action after overhearing a large imposing Nazi SS officer confide to a comrade about Aaron: “That Jew has been getting fat enough…it’s time for a kill!” The Nazi officers don’t realize that Aaron is fluent in German.
“Escape from the Nazis and Hungarians.” In a classic exciting adventure, Aaron realizes he has no choice but to escape from his Nazi captors and join the Russian Army—but the Russians believe that Aaron is a German spy. They give him an impossible task to prove himself otherwise—he must cross back over enemy lines and bring back a German or Hungarian soldier for interrogation. Can Aaron succeed?
“Escape from the Russians.” Aaron is taken from his headquarters by a squad of Soviet secret police. As a result of Aaron turning down a Soviet offer to spy for them, he is immediately arrested, beaten, and falsely accused of being a Nazi spy. How does Aaron overcome this impossible new predicament?
Aaron is befriended by a hulk of a Hungarian Jewish slave new to the camp named Ignatz Sax, the wildest man Aaron would ever know. The two become fast friends and share many passions, including the burning desire to escape one day and exact revenge. In this video, Aaron impersonates his old comrade in some of his outrageous and hilarious antics.
Another talent Aaron possessed that helped save his life—he was a genuine horse master. When he notices that all skilled Hungarian and Nazi officers fail to tame the Hungarian major’s wild stallion, Aaron’s steps forward to volunteer, and the rest is a heroic and exciting adventure.