Inhumanity In Night By Elie Wiesel's Night

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"Never shall I forget that night, which has turned my life into one long night, seven times cursed and seven times sealed...... Never shall I forget those moments which murdered my God and my soul and turned my dreams to dust. Never shall I forget these things, even if I am condemned to live as long as God Himself." The air filled with the smell of burning flesh that reminded Jews of the death. The gigantic flames were leaping up from a ditch that had devoured millions of souls. The lorries on the conveyor were not delivering loads but human beings. This was the crematory where those lives were forced to bid farewell to this world with hatred and agony. In the camp, hundreds of people died each day. All they cared about was survival, all they wanted was liberty. Whenever they fell in dream, the bell drew them…show more content…
This was the hell that was run by the evil Germans, six millions of Jews sacrificed in it. Night, a terrifying account of the Nazi death camp written by Elie Wiesel, explores the inhumanity among people, the place family plays in terrible circumstances and the place hope plays in the Holocaust. Through Night, Elie Wiesel paints a depressing picture about the loss of humanity. The Germans were going to defeat, but Hitler made the promise that he will annihilate all the Jews before the clock strikes twelve. The German government and German society attempted to redefine Jews as sub-human, and then as creatures who deserved to die. They killed people, tortured them and made their loved ones closed their eyes for the last time. "A truck drew close and unloaded its hold: small children. Babies! Yes, I did see this, with my own eyes…children thrown into the flames." (Night, page 32) The
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