The book Night by Elie Wiesel teaches many different lessons about the human nature, human condition, and society. Elie is a boy that grew up in Sighet, Transylvania (present day Romania) during the time that the Nazi’s and Adolf Hitler came to power. After being placed in ghettos, the Jews of Sighet eventually got shipped off to the concentration camps, the first being Auschwitz/Birkenau. When the Jews first arrived at these camps, they made sure to keep their friends and family close, as well as they looked out for eachother. After months passed by, many began to grow weak due to the lack of food and the harsh conditions that they faced.
Some kids on the same truck as me told me that the purpose of this camp was to weaken and kill jews so we couldn 't start a rebellion. This gave me the chills and i knew i wouldn 't make it out. If it weren’t for the other six people in my bed alone i would cry myself to sleep but that would get everyone in trouble. There haven’t been many new arrivals since we’ve gotten here. When i asked one of the people i share a bed with she said that when they came they were told that they would be allowed a shower but instead of water deadly gasses came out of the
During the Holocaust Nazi’s particulialy killed Jews and their children. Jewish children weren’t given any mercy during the holocaust even though some of them were still babies. Childhood is meant to be a time of happiness and innocence however the Jewish children of Holocaust . Jewish children these were separated from their non-Jewish playmates and expelled from state-sponsored schools (ushmm.org). Jewish children suffered a lot especially from watching families be shot and killed.
You become a number and that is not tolerable. The hardest part, though, is trying to make friends at the camp. I stopped trying after I befriended another child here. His name was Matys. On one of the first nights we got to know each other, he sadly passed away from typhus, which is very common here at Auschwitz.
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.
Elie Wiesel was a teenager that grew up in Sighet, Transylvania, who was taken from his home, along with his family, to a concentration camp in Auschwitz and then later moved to Buchenwald in 1944. In the camps, Elie had to survive the hardships and cruelty of the Holocaust. There were three main things that focused on survival, food, family, and most importantly, faith. Food seems to be the key to survival, but in reality it killed more people than it saved. During an air raid, some cauldrons of soup were left unattended.
Until at the end he is talking to the cook about what he is doing at that precise time. Daniels was 14 when he was on a train, he was on his way to a concentration camp (that 's where hitler sent all the jews). He didn 't understand why he was there or where he was going. He starts out going from Frankfurt (his home town) to Lodz. Where that 's where they moved all the Jews to a ghetto for them to stay.
You experience the worst young. In Elie Wiesel “Night” Teenage Elie is Jewish and was sent to the concentration camp with his family and struggled to maintain his identity in the society he’s in. In this memoir Elie tries to stay strong and survive living in the concentration camp during 1941-1945. Living in an oppressive society impacts Elie’s identity by shaping his views about the hungarian police, people in the camp, and himself. In the beginning before the jews were sent to the concentration camp the hungarian police were very violent towards the jews they were forcing them out the house treated them like they were in the military.
That was when I began to hate them, and my hatred remains our only link today. They were our first oppressors. They were the first faces of hell and death.” (pg. 19) When the soldiers took them away from their home to be put in a camp of labor or death was something they never thought would happen to them. Elie did not realize the journey they were going to go through until he saw the reactions of his parents’ when the soldiers came for them.
One way was that when Krystyna’s family heard about the “liquidation” happening in the ghetto, they were able to escape. They went down in the sewers, and lived there for about one year. But for Pavel, he didn’t get that lucky. Another reason is that when Pavel lived with thousands of Jews Krystyna only lived with about twenty and some died off. Pavel still lived in the ghetto where lots of Jews were located, but Krystyna lived in the sewers with little amounts of Jews.