Challenges Faced In Elie Wiesel's 'Night'

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Night Essay In the memoir Night by Elie Wiesel, Wiesel has to face one of the biggest challenges that he will ever have to come across with in his whole life. Elie Wiesel was born on September 30, 1928, in Sighet, Romania, Elie pursued his Jewish religion studies before his family was forced to attend a Nazi “Work Camp” (death camp) during WWII. In May 1944, the Nazis gathered millions of Jewish citizens including 15-year-old Wiesel and his family to Auschwitz, a concentration camp in Poland. The tragic events that occurred in the memoir Night are considered a genocide because the SS Nazi army soldiers started to deliberately kill all Jewish citizens and they only killed them because they were Jewish and they hated Jewish folks, the Nazis wanted to become superior nation. It has been depicted in the memoir in cases such as when they would isolate them and later on trick them into thinking they are allies but they are not. Nazi soldiers killed millions of Jewish citizens because they…show more content…
The Aryans (also known as the Nazis) did not like god’s plan/idea of making all races equal so that there can be peace and love in the world. “ We had already lived through a lot that night. We thought that nothing could frighten us anymore, but his harsh words sent shivers down through us. The word “Chimney” “ (Wiesel 39), when Elie is saying “ We lived through a lot ” (Wiesel 39) he is saying that they have all reached their breaking point, this helped the Nazis side because that just made them weak and hopeless that means that they would obey all of their commands, and that would make things more easier to whip out the Jewish race. Hitler's crazy plan for a ‘Master Race’ was a very good try but it was failure since he took the easy way out and commit suicide, he got pretty far with his plan but not for

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