What Is The Impact Of Night By Elie Wiesel

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Elie Wiesel was 15 years old when he was sent to a concentration camp. From the text it says”He was starved and badly treated. ”When people were sent to these camps they weren’t treated like they were people. The Nazis lost sight of who they were and just saw them as the Jews that need to be killed or put to work till they die.The text says” After the war Wiesel went to France.”Even though he was treated so poorly he managed to survive.These had a huge impact on his life that he will never forget. Anne Frank and her family were put into hiding for 2 years. The text says”Never once stepped outside the dark, damp, sequestered portion of the building.”They were so scared that they went into hiding just to survive.The text also states”I’ve reached the point where I hardly care whether I live or die.”She was done with all the mistreating and felt like it was never going to end.The text says”At Bergen-Belsen,food was scarce,sanitation was awful and disease ran rampant.”This was so so awful!! She didn't know if she was going to make it through. The conditions were terrible.What happened to Anne was beyond horrible. …show more content…

The text states” After the war Wiesel went to France.”He made it through.The text states”Anne Frank was just 15 years old at the time of her death!”Unfortunately Anne died before she could really experience life and was taken too young. The text states”Wiesel’s most famous book is called “Night”. He is doing well and writing books. Also the text states that “He spent his life speaking out against unfairness around the world.''He is trying to make this world a better place. He has become an important role model. The text states “Frank and her sister both came down with Typhus and died sometime in March 1945.” She died because of the dreadful Holocaust.They both had different life

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