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Essay | Night: Hardships of Elie Wiesel

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Night: Hardships of Elie Wiesel

Summary: Explains the relationship between Elie Wiesel's physical and spiritual suffering which he endured in Nazi camps, and is explained in his personal memoir, Night.
In the 1930's, Hitler and his Nazis began a mission to rid the world of "undesirables," such as Jews. For five years, World War II raged while a relatively large population of 15,000 Jews in Sighet, Hungary remained unaffected. In the spring of 1944, the Germans began to occupy Sighet. In a short period of time, almost all of these Jews were deported to Nazi-controlled concentration camps in Germany and Poland. Out of the 15,000 only fifty families managed to survive. One camp, in particular, called Auschwitz, was extremely harsh. After being liberated in 1945, a survivor, Elie Wiesel, began a vow of silence. After ten years of silence, Wiesel finally made the decision to tell the world of his experiences. In Elie Wiesel's personal memoir Night, Elie describes the physical and spiritual suffering he had encountered in Nazi concentration camp life.

While incarcerated in Auschwitz and in other...

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