Reflection On Night By Elie Wiesel

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I have been learning about the Holocaust for a long time. It’s a topic I know to be very important and tragic, but I felt a much greater connection and understanding for the Holocaust when I read the book Night by Elie Wiesel. Throughout the book Night we got to see what Elie Wiesel saw, through his eyes and words of experience. Elie Wiesel was a young boy, about fifteen, when the Holocaust first started to take place, which was 1941-1945. Wiesel and his family were taken by the Nazis and put on a train which was packed with other jewish prisoners and with no available light, food, water, or bathrooms. Little did they know the train was sending them to their guaranteed deaths. At the entrance of the camp (Camp Auschwitz) Elie and his father

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