How Does Elie Wiesel Question Their Faith In Ww2

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In World War Two, many Jews were put through tough circumstances inside of German concentration camps. Elie Wiesel, a holocaust survivor, wrote many novels about his experiences as a Jew in those concentration camps. Night, his most famous work, told his story about the Jews in the concentration camps who began to question their faith in God and to Judaism. Elie, who was forced to move into a concentration camp as a young teenager also began to think like the others. Many Jews who were held in concentration camps during World War Two, such as Elie Wiesel, began to question their faith , but the majority of them embraced the pain and suffering towards themselves and became closer to God and their faith. This was due to the differing experiences

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