Reflection On The Night By Elie Wiesel

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I have always respected and explored the terrible events of ‘The Holocaust’. After reading Elie Wiesel bibliography, “The Night” I was horrified that he experienced those traumatic events, at the age of 12 and just because he was a Jew. Back when I was twelve, I just started high school and yet I had no information or understanding of ‘Holocaust’. Since reading Elie Wiesel’s book, I still don’t understand why humans could be so wicked, immoral and evil to another human being? The killing of innocent Jews, just because of their beliefs isn’t acceptable, it’s pure evil. A great film called “Boy In Stripped Pyjamas” illustrates Elie Wiesel’s work (a young boy partaking in the holocaust), but in a different perspective (A German boy rather than
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