This was a time when there was no light, things seemed to be a their worst, and a time when there seemed to be no hope.
This was how mass execution of Jewish prisoners was carried out and was a symbol of cruelty.
This is how people responded instead of speaking up and protesting what the Nazis were doing; it was also what Wiesel heard when he listened for God.
Religious Tradition and Observation
This was important to the Jews and helped many of them survive their experiences; Wiesel lost his faith in these because of his experiences.
This was a small town in Transylvania where Wiesel and his family lived before they were deported to concentration camps.
These were Jewish mystical writings that Wiesel studied under Moshe the Beadle.
These were used by the Germansto transport the Jews to the...
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