Summary Of Night By Elie Wiesel

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Night Summary In the book Night by Elie Wiesel, pages twenty-three through twenty-four explain that he was kept in a train with horrific conditions. Wiesel and many other Jews were stuffed in a train that was meant for cattle. They had very little food, air, and water in this train. German and Hungarian officers came into the train once it stopped in Hungary. These officers told the Jews to hand over any valuables left and if they did not follow this, they would be shot. The officers then went around the train and collected the valuables and explained to the Jews that if anyone tried or successfully escaped, everyone else in the train would be “shot like dogs”. When the officers left, they nailed the wooden door shut so no one could leave.

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