Inhumanity In Night By Elie Wiesel

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Inhumanity in Night “Wild animals are less wild and more human than many humans of this world,” said Munia Khan. The inhumanity during 1939-1942 was horrendous the amount of genocide and torture during that time was astronomical. It was a time that many want to forget and deny. In Night by Elie Wiesel he shares the story of his time in a Jewish concentration camp as a child. He shared the story of his experience and the stories of others who had and had not survived the terrible time. The inhumanity that children experienced was appalling and makes most sick when considering that humans could do that to another human being. During the Holocaust, children were very vulnerable to death and disease. Around 1.5 million child deaths were estimated

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