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Why Elie Survived

Summary: Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, Treblinka, Lublin, and Birkenau were only some of the concentration camps where millions of Jews met their fate in World War II. Terror was in its truest form in these centers of hell, these death camps.
Auschwitz. Bergen-Belsen. Treblinka. Lublin. Birkenau. Only a handful of the countless concentration camps where millions of Jews met their final destination. Terror was in its truest form in these centers of hell, these death camps. Men woke up wondering: Will I die today? Will I be thrown into the gas chamber? Shall I meet the same fate as so many others of my people have? Extremely few people have lived to tell the tale of the horror which existed in such places. One of whom, Elie Wiesel, had a strong advantage for him which greatly helped him survive the wrath of the Nazis: his father. The cause behind Elie's survival of the concentration camps was his family's partnership.

One reason Elie survived was because of his family's accompaniment during his most difficult times. When in the small ghetto, Elie and his older sisters were offered the chance...

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