Essay on The Night By Elie Wiesel

1253 Words Jun 11th, 2015 6 Pages
History is something that helps us prepare and learn for the future. We can come up with solutions to avoid a lot of the past stuff. In the novel Night by Elie Wiesel, he shares his traumatic experience. Wiesel always said the he was not going to write about the holocaust, but after looking over things he realizes the he really should. Wiesel would like to prevent this from happening again. The best way to avoid it is to not forget the last one. The one that is very distance, yet not too long ago. It’s important to study the Holocaust for many reasons like knowing what cruel behavior was happening to certain people, knowing how hard people had to fight to survive for their life and simply in honor of those fighters. It shouldn’t be forgotten mainly because it a huge event in history. Getting rid of people based on a certain aspect of themselves. “It is obvious that the war which Hitler and his accomplices waged was a war not only against Jewish men, women, and children, but also against Jewish religion, Jewish culture, Jewish tradition, Therefore Jewish memory.” (viii). Hitler wanted to the Jewish people out, out forever like they never existed. Hitler didn’t want to have Jewish people in the world because he did not like them. He like what they were believing didn’t agree about how they live their lives. The Jewish people were stripped of the pride, religion and everything they had. Respect was a huge thing that was taken away, they had to no right to anything. The…

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