How might the theorist Viktor Frankl say about Vladek and Arties desicions through out the book of Maus?

How is Victor Frankls view of morality similar to the book Mous? Would he support their actions?

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From what I know of the guy, he looked to find meaning in all forms of existence, he even looked for meaning in a concentration camp. Being an existentialist, he probably would have understood Vladek's life. Vladek, in the end, did what he needed to do to stay alive.