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Essay | Nazi Success as It Relates to Elie Wiesel's Night

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Nazi Success as It Relates to Elie Wiesel's Night

Summary: Discusses Elie Wiesel's award winning book, Night. Summarizes the plot of the story. Describes how although the Nazis were unable to completely annihilate the Jews, they did succeed in stripping the Jewish prisoners of their individual identities, their family relationships, and their basic human rights.
Whether you were a rabbi, or an ironworker, if you were a Jew living in the Europe during World War II your life was in danger. Elie Wiesel's award winning book Night tells us of the horrors in which Elie and his father were put through during the Holocaust. Although the Nazis were unable to completely annihilate the Jews, they did succeed in stripping the Jewish prisoners of their individual identities, their family relationships, and their basic human rights.

When Jewish prisoners arrived at a work camp, they lost most if not all of their family contacts. Men were separated from women and children and the elderly were killed. While most people tried to stay close to their family, their attempts were in vain because they had little or no control over where they would be deported next.

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