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Elie Wiesels life has not been very easy for him but he manages to move on and try his hardest to make the world a better place He has written many books and has founded many organizations helping as much as possible Elie has become a well know person in his writing as well as his speaking and leadership He has a light in him that many people can see and it never seems to burn out People admire that about him He is a strong dedicated creative man both in himself and in his writing Elie was born in 1928 in Sighet Transylvania to a small Jewish family When he was sixteen years old him and his family where taken to Auschwitz a concentration camp in Poland After about three months he and his father were transferred to Buchenwald another camp They were liberated in 1945 by US soldiers Soon before that his father died of hunger The only survivors from Elies family were he and his two older sisters Though he had gone through many hardships he still seemed to get on with life and use his experiences to tell about what had happened at that time His strength and courage got him through the tough times and helped him find himself and the people he needed most After he was free again Elie attended Sorbonne at which he studied philosophy and literature from 1948 to 1951 Seven years after finishing his education he moved to the US He was not able to receive citizenship until two years later In 1969 Elie married Ester Rose Ever since 1976 he has been known as Andrew W Mellon Though he changed his name he is still known today as Elie Wiesel Award winning seemed to come natural to Elie He has won over ten awards including but not limited to the 1986 Nobel Peace Prize 1992 Presidential Medal of Freedom and the United States Gold
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