The Book Night By Elie Wiesel Essay

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Holocaust Essay The book Night is a book written by Elie Wiesel and it tells his story of his struggles that he went through while enduring the Holocaust. The book “HOLOCAUST BIOGRAPHIES: ELIE WIESEL Spokesman for Remembrance” is a biography written by Dr. Linda Bayer that is about Eliezer’s life during and after the Holocaust. The Holocaust was a period in history when millions of Jews were placed in concentration camps and later slaughtered in many barbaric ways. The ways that people got sent to these camps is if they were prisoners of war, if they were mentally disabled, and if they were Jewish. Elie Wiesel was sent to was Auschwitz, one of the most ruthless camps, because he was Jewish. While in these camps, he witnessed many people that were transformed from decent and respectable people, to merciless, ferocious people that were willing to kill in cold blood for their own selfish wants and needs. While in the Holocaust, Elie was at risk of turning into one of the people that lost their minds and stopped caring about their own bloodline and murdered them for their individual advantage; he did not, and in fact he grew and used that to help others.
While Elie was in the camp, he observed a substantial amount of brutality. He had oversaw his dad get beat, starved, and robbed. He also felt the weight of having to survive and help his father on top of that. Many other people did go through the Holocaust as well, but after being in the concentration camps for a short period…

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