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Things That Shall Never Change

Summary: Why had the Holocaust happened? Five factors contributed to it -- desperation, indecision, ignorance, fear, and selfishness. Elie Wiesel's book Night captures a scene of the Holocaust and shows the role these five factors played.

In Elie Wiesel's Night, the readers caught a glimpse of a horrific and devastating event that had taken place behind closed doors. Millions of Jews were persecuted, and the sight of thousands of dead bodies piled on one another was both grueling and tragic.

Why had such a calamity happened? How could people not have known? And if they did know, why had they not cried out and tried to do something to stop it? People today still search for answers, and there are more than one theories. However, some factors are more important to others, and the dangerous ingredients had not only caused the Holocaust, but could also potentially spark another disaster of that kind.

The factors that led to the Holocaust and allowed the plan to become a reality include: desperation, indecision, ignorance, fear, and selfishness.

Desperation is what caused the Holocaust. After...

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