1. Describe the relationship between Moshe the Beadle and Wiesel.
Wiesel met Moshe the Beadle at the synagogue where Moshe worked. Wiesel was looking for someone to help him continue his studies of Kabbalah. Moshe became his teacher and spiritual guide.
2. Several months after Moshe the Beadle and the other foreign Jews were deported, what did the people of Sighet believe about the lives of the deportees?
The people of Sighet believed those who were deported are comfortable working and living in new surroundings. They thought that the deportees had simply been taken to another place to live and make new lives.
3. What happened to Moshe and his companions who were deported?
Moshe and his companions were taken by train to Poland. There the train was taken over by the Gestapo. The Jews were ordered to get off and get on trucks. At a forest everyone was made to get off the trucks and dig trenches. Once the trenches were completed, Then the Jews were shot and fell into the trench.
This section contains 3,181 words
(approx. 11 pages at 300 words per page)