Dehumanization In Night By Elie Wiesel

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Nazis dehumanize their victims in many horrific and unimaginable ways. In Elie Wiesel’s book Night the Nazis dehumanize the prisoners physically, mentally, and emotionally. The prisoners are physically dehumanized by going to forced death marches, receiving awful food, and getting beaten. The food the prisoners receive barely satisfies their hunger and it is not enough to give them the strength they require to work and survive. The meal they get in the morning is stale bread and black coffee. Throughout the entire day the only other meal they receive is stale bread and soup which looks almost transparent and has few to no nutritions. ISIS is an modern day example of dehumanization. The terrorist group ISIS physically dehumanize their victims
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