When it comes night time, all of us soldiers sleep in huts that are very small. We have a fireplace to keep us warm, but it leaves a lot of smoke in the room. Many men here have little to no clothes and have ragged, old shoes to wear. If I did re-enlist, I would still be in these terrible conditions which I do not
There was very little food and water. People were crammed into very small spaces to sleep and they were infested with diseases and lice. It stunk horribly from the dead bodies laying around in piles everywhere and there were no showers. When the Jews first got to the camps they went through selection. The Nazis would choose whether they were capable of doing difficult outdoor work or if they should be sent to the gas chambers.
However, each time Victor faces the monster he created he becomes very ill and passes out and then falls into a sickness for months. When he wakes from these illnesses his creation is gone and has “traveled somewhere else”, or Victor’s just hallucinating at certain times which is when the creation disappears. This theory makes sense due to the fact that in the book the creature travels to the mountains by foot very easily and travels around various places. Any human wouldn’t be able to travel through the mountains in those conditions with the minimal clothes and food that he had. According to “How Humans Deal With and Survive Extreme Cold” ,by Paul Ward, in the cold with no protection and with the condition Victor’s creation was already in his cells should’ve died due to the blood flow loss and should’ve resulted in at least severe frostbite.
The Jews broke the fence I escape the death camp. All of the Jews knew they weren't gonna make it out alive so they tried to escape because they didn't wantto die. So the Jews knew the best way to stay alive was to escape but only a few made it. Most of the Jew would eat all the rotten food because sometimes that's all the food they get. There were 250,000 men,women killed from the Sobibor.
Just about 1 in 6 Jewish people that were persecuted during the whole Holocaust died at Auschwitz. Oddly enough, Hitler never visited a single one of these ghastly camps. Concentration camps were placed mainly in and around
Have you ever just had a bad day maybe you're sick and you just feel miserable all day or you forget your coat at home and end up being really cold all day, or even forget your lunch money and you can't eat for a while. The jews that got put in the ghettos felt worse then that every day of their lives and the worst thing was they had no hope, they couldn't just go to the doctors when they were ill or have options of food everyday. The nazis made their lives miserable and i'm going to tell you how. Many tragic things occurred during world war II, the natzis created jewish ghettos wich affected 3.8 million of the jewish population. More than 400 jewish ghettos were established.
After the West Coast eviction to the internment camps on March 24th, 1942, the Japanese Internment began. The inmates were prohibited from leaving their quarters, and restricted their movement as well as an added curfew for nighttime hours. The quality of the camp procedures greatly varied from location to location, but most location provided the minimum quality of life that would be granted a soldier with the lowest military rank. Other camps had no cooking or even plumbing facilities whatsoever, due to them being built on such short notice. The camps were often cramped, forcing over twenty people into living spaces that were meant for families of four.
The room engulfed my nose a awful smell and looked atrocious with Bowel movements on the floor next to thr toilet and a musk in the room filled my nose with despair only because inmates had been in this place for days and haven’t took showers. They feed us a bologna sandwich with eggs and grape jelly a lot of the inmates didn’t eat it but I knew I had to keep my energy up. Face tattoos and deranged faces most of the guys there had been thru this process before as they stood around the very tight-spaced room like as if we wasn’t in a cell where we couldn’t tell time or see the
Imagine being stuck inside a warehouse for two years and a half with no sunlight, no fresh air, and not making any noise from 8am to 8pm. Could you live with knowing that the Nazis can find you and kill you at any moment? Can you manage to live with only rotten potatoes, beans, and bread to eat pretty much every day? Just try to picture you and your family going through this for two and a half years. That’s just what the Jewish Holocaust was.
America, is a child that sleeps all day, and cries all night A nation with a hand stretched out to others, yet cares nothing for it’s own, homeless, and downtrodden. A nation where people come from all over to be something, but die with being a nobody, and dying with nothing.
Fear can do a lot to a person, fear can make someone do crazy things. Elie overcomes the brutalities and insanities of Auschwitz, he faces fear in way in he never expected to face, he develops the fear of selection, the unknown, and fear for his family's safety. Throughout the the memoir Night, Elie Wiesel uses fear to show his journey through deathly encounters, the unknown, and for his caretaker role for his father. First arriving into the ghettos, came the fear of the unknown. Why were Elie and his family there?
According to Elie Wiesel, in Night to take care of oneself is vital for ones survival. Elie shows this during the many times his father has an antagonist. Elie’s father politely asks, “Excuse me… Could you tell me where the toilets are located?” When [his father] asks the question, the Gypsy slaps him to the floor.