Eventually they stopped being seen as human, as they were prohibited to go to restaurants or cafes. When they arrived at the first camp, Elie and his family were separated. Throughout the novel, Elie tells of the extreme measures he goes through just to stay with his father. His father is the reason why Elie keeps going and has a desire to live. During the years of the holocaust, many people were surrounded by death constantly.
In one of their first real experiences to the German soldiers they were forced to wait for hours while the German ss counted every Jewish citizen. In the story Ellie says at one point “ we were put in cattle cars 100 to a car” the people barely had space to breath in such tight space cramped against 100 other skinny people. They would wait in their own waste till they reach their next location throwing any dead out into the snow with no berial along the way. The respect in general really shows the lack of compassion from the Nazi. One can only hope that they really didn't think that jews were people, because it tears people up to see a dog abused much less a human being.
Many Jews were taken from their homes and were killed, or were treated less than animals until death of starvation or exhaustion. Elie Wiesel shows many instances of dehumanization through the abuse of all Jews and the loss of his own name. Through doing so, he tries to prevent any similar event. Many Jews suffered from dehumanization during this terrifying event. Elie was very affected by these acts of dehumanization, such as when he and other Jews were shaved completely.
He gave no names. He was transferred to Auschwitz. And never heard of him aging” (64). hence , Elie sees how the Germans don’t care if the prisoner help them in the camp or not if you did something wrong you died. In fact, through the novel we can see how the prisoners were treated by the Germans in a inhumane
They ended up in a railway yard with nothing to eat or drink for two days, they were starving when they got on the boat and anything in their stomachs was evacuated due to sea sickness, they were barely alive, there were some deaths on the train. Ivan’s sister had a young baby who continually cried, this possibly saved their lives as the police came to investigate. After they had been fed and cleaned they were on their way again, this time they went to what used to be a prisoner of war camp in Sicily, there were double rows of bard wire all around, here they stayed for two days. They were then taken to Egypt by ship, on the way Ivan’s sister contacted typhus, she was removed from the ship as soon as they arrived in Port Said. They continued to the Red Sea to a place called El Kharatha from here they were taken by truck to El Shatt, this was a terrible place.
One day Yanek and some of the other prisoners had been moving camps because in one of the camps in georgia had been low on workers so Yanek and some other prisoners had been transferred by train for 2 days they weren 't able to eat or drink anything most of the prisoners had died on the way from dehydration. There was no room in the train the prisoners were in they had been squeezed together and no one wanted to say anything or they 'd be shot or beat to death. The prisoners had finally arrived at the other camp most of the prisoners had died but some were alive and as soon as they got there they started working same as the other camp all the prisoners do is work work work all day and get fed once a week but some of the prisoners would try to escape but they would never make it out alive. Yanek has never tried to escape and he has wanted to leave this place. So he has met other prisoners and they would make a plan to escape and what they did is when they went to bed they would sneak out of the barrack and then try to sneak through the gateway and the only one who made it out was Yanek.
The Nazis dehumanize their victims physically, mentally, and emotionally in the concentration camps. The Nazis provide very little or sometimes no food for Jews, which results in death because of starvation. This is used every day by the Nazis to dehumanize Jews mentally. The biggest challenge the Jews face is staying healthy with very little food. If any of the workers are not capable of performing tasks due to sickness or disease, they are most likely to get killed.
One day when the foreign Jews were taken away Moshe the beadle, Elie's teacher, was also take away. When he came back he was in distressed and told the town about how the Nazis were exterminating Jews. No one believed him and thought he was just imagining it until one fateful day when the Nazis came and took the jews to a ghetto along with elie and his family. While there they were starved and most of their rights were taken away. The day before Ellie’s family was scheduled to be taken to the concentration camp a maid offered to help them, but sadly Ellie’s dad refused.
That means a single building housed multiple families of jews. But this was only a small fraction of their troubles. Soon walls were built around the area, and the true horrors began. During their days in the ghetto the jews had to deal with finding food to eat, finding a way to be useful and help their families, and if they were taking classes, which were done in secret, to be careful and hide their books from the germans. The jews were also sent to camps, where they were worked to death, shot to death, and starved to death.
Lifestyles in Europe had changed too. All the Jewish families were faced the holocaust. They were sent to the concentration camp getting many difficulties from malnutrition and getting killed from the Nazis. Many tried to escape but man had failed. Jews also tried to hide from the Nazis but some got caught from them to concentration camp.suffering and dying from malnutrition and getting killed from the Nazis, trying to escape, hiding from the Nazis who are finding them to take them to the concentration camp.
In January of 1945, the Schutzstaffel (SS) abandoned the Auschwitz complex as the Soviet Forces closed in. Prisoners were forced to march to other camps, which resulted in thousands of deaths. Many who couldn’t keep up with other prisoners or too slow were shot and left to die. The Nazis had time to demolish some gas chambers and camps, but they had to evacuate quickly. On January 27, 1945, the Soviet Forces liberated the Auschwitz Complex, saving some seven thousand lives.
Anti-Semitism is a noun defined as hostility to or prejudice against Jews. This considered form of racism is extremely hurtful in the sense that it shames the followers of the Jewish religion; furthermore, this intense hatred can more than likely become physically or verbally violent. The issue showed its severity during World War II while Adolf Hitler was in power over Germany. Approximately six million Jewish men, women, and children were murdered in the course of what is known as The Holocaust. Jewish families were ripped apart and sent to different work grounds, also known as concentration camps.
Buchenwald was a labor camp. It was not an extermination camp like Auschwitz. The Nazis tried to kill as many of the Jews as possible. The prisoners would either work in a stone quarry, or armaments factory until they died from exhaustion or hunger. Many prisoners were beaten to death, or died from hunger and exhaustion.
In these camps Nazi soldiers often forgot to feed the prisoners and would rape or kill them for no reason other than the satisfaction. Auschwitz is the most notorious camp throughout the Holocaust. This was the largest camp and held the most amount of prisoners at a time. In large concentration camps like Auschwitz, there were areas known as ghettos where the prisoners were surrounded by barbed wire and had awful living conditions. “In the ghettos, the nazis used the Jewish councils to communicate their orders”.