Persuasive Essay For Night By Elie Wiesel

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As everyone know, chance is the absence of any cause of events that can be predicted, understood,or controlled. They are given to every lifes, but not everyone can take the chances on time. Sometimes if we missed one chance, we might get another one. But sometimes, we might never get it again. Chances don’t come very often so I think that taking every chances that come to our life may be one of the solutions. If we take every chances, we would not regret later.
Back to 1939, when the world war II began, just a few groups of people knew what was going to happen. At the time, people didn’t know that Hitler’s actions would lead to a big world war. Few years later, more than 100 million people were involved into it and millions of people were killed during the war. Concentration camp and holocaust are well-known since the world war II. Most Jews were killed brutally in the concentration camp, some of them were shot, some of them were hung, some of them died because of hunger, some of them died because of the gas chamber. These made World War II the deadliest conflict in human history.
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He wrote a book about his own experiences during the war. According to the book, Night, we would notice that there were four chances given to him and his family, they might have been saved if they made a different decision. First, Moshe the Beadle tried to convince the Jews of Sighet to get away from the persecution, but they didn’t listened to him. The second chance was when Elie tried to convince his father to sell the business and emigrate to Palestine. The third chance was when the Wiesel family refused the safe refuge offered by their former servant, Martha. And the last chance was when Elie and his father were given the choice to stay at the camp hospital or be evacuated with other prisoners, they chose to evacuate with the others. It was sad to know that they missed all the chances, it would be great if I can go back and warn
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