Chapter 1 (Pages 1 20)
• The narrator, Elie Wiesel bonds with Moshe the Beadle.
• Moshe tells Elie that the Jews were slaughtered on his deportation trip.
• Moshe loses interest in all he loves after he returns from deportation.
• People believe Moshe is insane.
• The Germans invade the town and arrest the community leaders.
• The Germans impose strict laws on the Jews, including wearing the yellow star.
• The Jews are confined to ghettos.
• Eventually, the Jews are herded onto crowded cattle cars and are given few provisions.
Chapter 2 (Pages 21 26)
• On the train ride, the Jews have to take turns standing because there is no room to sit or lie down.
• They save what few provisions they have left in case the next day is worse.
• At one of the stops, a German officer forces the Jews to give up their valuables or be shot later if caught.
• On the train, a woman...
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