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Hilda
the eldest of the wiesel children
Bea
the next eldest of the Weisel children
Ghettos
places for Jews set up in Sighet
Star
The jews had to wear a yellow one
Stern
A tradesman turned policeman
Gestapos
the German security police
Martha
offered the family safe refuge in her village
Stine
Mr. Wiesl didn't recognize his cousin
Akiba Drumer
thought God was testing the Jews
Idek
the Kapo who had bouts of madness
Rkfean?
He tormented Elie's Father to get Elie's gold tooth
Yossi
told ellie he had not been written down
Hitler
1 Jew said he was the only man who could keep his promises
Zalman
a Polish boy trapped during the evacuation
Meir Katz
died in the wagon
Buna
They walked here from Auschwitz
Fascists
They attacked Jewish shops and synagogues in Budapest
Tibi
he dreamed of going to Haifa with Elie and Yossi
Russians
they liberated the men in the hospital
Rosh Hashanah
It is the Jewish New Year
Yom Kippur
The Jewish day of Atonement
Kaddish
The prisoners said this prayer for themselves and their families.
Buchenwald
Mr. Wiesel died in this camp.
Transylvania
Elie grew up in this country
Schachter
Madame who had dreams of a terrible fire.
Auschwitz
it had a sign that said, "work is liberty"
Tzipora
She was the youngest of the Wiesel children
Hungarian
Elie hated these police first
Alphonse
He was a German Jew who headed the block at Buna
Gleiwitz
The men marched here through the snow