Book Report On Night By Elie Wiesel

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In the years of the holocaust millions of people died. Including those of war prisoners and Jewish citizens. Several concentration camps were to blame because of this. Even though most did not live to the liberation there were a few lucky ones who survived and lived to tell about their experiences. Elie Wiesel spent his childhood in Auschwitz concentration camp, surrounded by death and misery, but managed to keep his head up and persevere through it. Alfred Wetzler and Rudolf Vrba escaped right past the guards and gates to freedom, risking everything. Many more survivors gathered up courage and escaped or be determined enough to live through it.
There are more people that have died from the holocaust than have lived. Survivors fought their way through this treachery and are lucky to be alive. Most of the come from the time of the end of the war. In 1944 and 1945 concentration camps were being liberated. Soldiers from all over the world found hundreds of exhausted, tired and sick people. Even years after the trauma and hatred, these people were left with mental illness, physical deformities and being unable to adapt to a normal life again. They …show more content…

His book Night is about his personal experiences in the holocaust. He tells about his family and neighborhood were being taken to the concentration camps and were going to be working. They arrived at Birkenau Auschwitz. He and his father were separated from his mother and sisters, it was the last time they saw each other. He shed light on how nazis would mentally and physically abuse them he and his father had to go through rigorous things such as working in the factories and had to go through many selection processes. He also told about how he had to live in such crowded conditions, with disease and little food and water. He went through horrid things like surgery and the death march and ultimately dealing with the loss of his

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