To the crematorium. Work or crematorium the choice is yours.” This frightened many Jewish prisoners, therefore, they worked as hard as they could. They exhausted themselves which eventually led to their death. Second, during the film, the boy in the stripped pyjamas, there were many references to gas chambers and crematoriums. For example,
Living as a Jew between 1933-1945 was a hard life in Germany. They were tortured in concentration camps and death camps all over Germany. Other people were also sent to concentration camps and death camps. Some of them were criminals, handi-cap, homosexuals, and Romani. There conditions were very unsanitary.
There were many different types of ethnicities in this concentration camp. Life for these prisoners at the Auschwitz concentration camp had been incredibly scary and horrific. There were many different categories of prisoners. You had the Jews, Poles, Gypsies, Soviet POWS, Jehovah 's witness, and other ethnic groups. Out of the 16,710 prisoners that had been there, 1,055 were Jews.
I learned a lot of new information while reading Night, there were many things I didn’t know about the Holocaust before that I know about now. I never knew much about the conditions of the camps or how the people were treated there, I just knew that they were dreadful places. Now I can have an image of the camps in my head, what it looked like for the people who had to live in these horrendous camps. They committed so many execrable acts on people, they performed experiments on people, murdered whoever they wanted, starved people and many more gruesome things. I didn’t realize how bad the conditions really were and how badly the people were treated.
At some point in our lives we experience troubling times, whether it 's a minor problem or a major one. Some of us have experienced things we cannot even begin to imagine. Two people who have experienced troubling times are Elie Wiesel, in Night, and Jeanne Wakatsuki, in Farewell to Manzanar. Both of them have gone through terrible, unimaginable journeys but lived in different conditions. In Night, Elie Wiesel is shipped off to an extermination just because of his religions and beliefs.
Because of the environment of the camps, a countless number of Jews died every day. The conditions while working in camps made resistance strenuous, yet the Jews still desired to disobey. Since a large amount of Jews resisted at work, the Nazis punished those who never meant to cause any harm. Resistance came in many forms during the Holocaust, whether it was organized
These people still suffered from disease and other hardships that the other prisoners were subjected to. Even with these “better conditions” during the last few years of Auschwitz there will still many people of this origin that suffered the gas chambers. On average about 60 people died per day, during the end of this concentration camp the Nazi’s were killing people by the masses including women and children. These prisoners not only suffered these horrible living conditions and their unenviable, they were able subjected to brutal scientific
Many American soldiers are troubled by the various aspects of warfare. In this world, the threat of war is always present. War by Sebastian Junger, as well as other sources, shows that the living standards for many current and former soldiers is grueling. This is because many troops suffer from mental illness, poor or no shelter, and soldiers can spend long periods of time away from their families and far from their homes, thus leading to several emotional consequences. Soldiers returning from deployment are often plagued by mental illness.
Overcrowding in prisons is something that the U.S. struggles with. The increasing number of people being incarcerated is making the over-crowding problem more prevalent. Over-crowding in prisons has been a growing concern over the years. It creates many dismal effects on the conditions of the officers, the building its self, and the inmates. The U.S. currently incarcerates approximately 1 in 100 adults.