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Worst Experiences of Ellie Wiesel

Summary: This essay describes the worst experiences of Ellie Wiesel in his biography "Night."
While in the concentration camps, Elie Wiesel, had many horrible experiences, but these are by far the worst. Elie grew up in Sighet Transylvania. He, like others in Sighet, was Jewish. On one fate full day, Nazis forced the Jews to live in a ghetto. Later, the ghetto was a liquidated. He and his family were taken to Auschwitz-Birkenau. He was sent to five different camps all together. He was finally liberated on April tenth, 1945. During this time, Elie had many horrible experiences.

While under control of the Nazis, Elie Wiesel was forced to enter different camps, none however was as emotionally difficult to enter as Auschwitz-Birkenau. First, when he was on the train heading towards Auschwitz, he had many difficult experiences. One of the scary parts of the train ride was not knowing where he was going. There was also a woman named Madam...

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