Night Essay | Holocaust through Perspective of "Night"

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Holocaust through Perspective of "Night"

Summary: Essay discusses the Holocaust through the perspective of the book "Night" by Elie Wiesel.

They were bankers, storekeepers, fathers, sons, mothers, and daughters. They were all put together on the same train destined for the same fate. They were to all be exterminated as if they were pests. What did these people have in common? They were Jews, subhuman in the eyes of the "Aryan race." They were destined to live or die in the most horrendous of circumstances. This was the time in which man showed what he was capable, what evil he could bestow upon his fellow man, his brother, and how those brothers under such conditions could survive. Men women and children who were on route to the most horrible place ever beat a woman savagely after she had lost her family, how people who had gone through so much together fought over crumbs of bead thrown at them by onlookers, and how through it all...

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