Jews were murdered and was sent to the concentration camps and gas chambers. Most of the concentration camps are located in Poland and Germany, and one famous camp is called the Auschwitz Birkenau Camp. Many prisoners were also sent to the gas chamber due to many crimes they’ve caused. Literally naked prisoners roaming around in the gas chamber with no food or water, are stuck in there forever. The prisoners were locked up in the gas chambers for them to die and others had to get used to their new daily routines in living in these concentration camps.
Life in Nazi Concentration Camps No food. Crammed with hundreds of people in the same room. Following orders exactly to stay alive or not be beaten. Prisoners in Nazi Concentration Camps had to survive these horrific conditions for years. The works, Night, by Elie Wiesel, Life in a Nazi Concentration Camp, by Don Nardo, and "Auschwitz Concentration Camp", by Franciszek Piper, describe the conditions of these camps from multiple survivors ' viewpoints.
“NIGHT” By Eli Wiesel. Elie Weisal was born in 1928 in a small town of Sighet, Transylvania, which is now a part of modern day Romania. Eli Was raised in a Jewish Orthodox family was the eldest sibling of two. Eli in his mid – twenties wrote the first version of his book “night” a chronicle tale of his survival as a Concentration and extermination camp prisoner and the perils he suffered at the hands of his German Tormentors. In his book he writes about his never ending hunger, the everyday struggle just to stay alive under the constant fear of death, daily beatings inflicted on them by the Germans and Kapos, and how the Germans were able to reduce them to nothing but cattle.
SUNFLOWER ROUGH DRAFT Imagine you in a concentration camp being a prisoner and the amount of food you receive is little to none. Where the bed you sleep on is harder than a rock and the clothes you go to sleep in is the same clothes that you wore while working. Where you have to witness families being torn apart and you can not do anything about it. Well in the book The Sunflower that how it happened to the jews but apart from that there was a decision that had to be made. Simon a jew prisoner was begged for forgivenes by a SS soldier.
Some inmates called it the “ snake den “ maybe because a prisoner got bitten by a snake while in there ( Murphy 1999 ). The dark cell which was a room that was fifteen feet by fifteen feet and contained an iron cage, the only source of light they had came from a small vent in the ceiling that is a reason why it was nicknamed the dark cell. Contact with any other inmates while in the dark cell was forbidden. The longest someone spent in the “ dark cell “ was one hundred and twenty days, the inmate never spent a day in there again! Furthermore while in the cell, they were only given bread and water once a day.
Hitler forced the Jews to move into a certain part of the city called “Gettos”.In the Gettos there was hardly any water, food and medical care. The jews weren’t taken care of they lived in small rooms with multiple other families. Eventually all Jews were brought to concentration camps. They were told they were going to a better place. At the camps, the people there were forced to hard labor for days.
Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley Manning was recently set for 21 days in solitary confinement, after a search of her cell following a near altercation in the cafeteria. She spent the time leading up to it in indefinite solitary confinement until the hearing. The guards finding expired toothpaste, the memoirs of Malala Yousafzai, a magazine(the Caitlyn Jenner magazine cover), with Chelsea herself being a transgendered individual who has wrote multiple op-eds for several different publications regarding government, technology, and gender. Manning is more famously known for her role in the disclosing to WikiLeaks 750,000 classified, or sensitive military and diplomatic documents and material. Material such as a Baghdad airstrike July
Imagine being locked away underground, in a room with no window, no source of sunlight, neglected from any source of human contact; it is a terrifying thought, is it not? Now, imagine living in such a manner for days, months, years to decades, this is the haunting reality for numerous prison inmates that are subjected to solitary confinement. Solitary confinement is the act of isolating people in closed cells for 22-24 hours a day, restricted from human contact, for periods of time ranging from days to decades (Solitary Watch, 2012). There are beyond 80,000 men, women, and children imposed to solitary confinement in prisons throughout the United States (American friends service committee, 2010). The negative effects on prison inmates due to solitary confinement are: psychological harm, physical harm, and a greater harm on the individuals in their communities and themselves after they are released.
After that, the detainees were given bread with something else. Finally, at 9:00 (if you weren’t in trouble with the kapos), all of the prisoners went to bed. Other than that, and sometimes not even that, anything could happen, the least prisoners being forced into the Krankenrevier (a dirty place where the ill lay decaying on the floors) or even if they got sent to the
Soeun worked like an animal and only ate once or twice a day, and one time he received a punishment for giving potato to an old lady. During his entire life at camp, he witnessed many cruelties like having no one to talk to and never going home. Another cruelty that scared his eyes forever was when he saw many people around him die. Another survivor, named Kowith Kret also experienced many tragedies. He faced many struggles during the reign of the Khmer Rouge like suffering from doing forced labor.
Q2: Night, is a novel written by Nobel prize winner Elie Wiesel, it was based on his own nightmarish experience at Jewish Concentration camps from 1944 to 1945. Eliezer and his family lived in a small town of Sighet. Their whole town’s population ignored the warning about the German invading. Then the entire Jewish town is transported to concentration camps. At camp Auschwitz, Eliezer is separated from his mother and sister, but stayed with his father.
Upon arrival, Wiesel’s inmate number “A-7713” was tattooed on his left arm and he was separated from his mother and sisters. However, he remained with his father in a sub camp of Auschwitz called III-Monowitz. A week before the camps liberation, Wiesel’s father was beaten by a SS officer and other inmates for food and he was sent to the crematorium