Elie Wiesel's Achievements

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Elie Wiesel: Holocaust survivor
A Jewish man named Elie Wiesel is freed from the concentration camp Auschwitz and lives on to tell the stories of his experiences and fight as a political activist to promote equality and tolerance to stand against injustice. Elie wiesel is a man who survived the Holocaust and grew famous supporting other Holocaust survivors and tells the stories of his life experiences. He is a very successful man and has achieved a lot in his lifetime. He left his mark on the world as a famous author and political activist.
Elie has achieved a lot in his life and grew to be very successful in the world of politics and areas related to the holocaust. He wrote a huge number of non-fiction books explaining his experiences during the Holocaust. One of which is his most famous book called midnight and is first in a series. In 1986, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his achievements and support in the communities effected by the Holocaust. He was also a part of establishing the U.S. Holocaust museum. He served as a chairman for the Presidential Commission on the Holocaust which will be later re-named as the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council. He has had many achievements and they are all astounding but these are just a few.
One of Elie’s biggest achievements is the Elie Wiesel foundation for humanity. He opened up the
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He represented equality and told the stories of the Holocaust in remembrance of the event. He was awarded a Nobel Peace Prize and became a famous author. His biggest achievement was the Elie wiesel Foundation for Humanity to spread equality and allow people to share ideas from all over the world. Overall, Elie Wiesel is one of the most successful and inspiring Holocaust survivors and lived a long life time where he achieved so much. He will always be remembered and recognized for all he has

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