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Elie describes the events that are occurring around him and his profession The Jews from the town of Sighet are relocated against there will to the Jewish ghettos Elie had to leave all of his belongings and possessions behind They were transported from their desired residence to the ghettos by cattle trains Elie must have felt helpless sad and angry that everything that he and his family had worked for was being taken away He as well felt this way because he could not do anything about it andor to prevent it He had the mature feelings even though unlike many other children he was not separated from his family helping him deal with what was going on around him betterElie and his family were moved to an internment camp by the name of Berkenau The prisoners were kept in the dark about their final destination an concentration camp The family as well was not aware of ware they were going On the cattle cars the conditions were unbearable There were such a number of people on these train cars that the individuals inside had to take turns who were standing and who were sitting The individuals including Elies family were trapped in these conditions for several days without the assistance of food or water There was a woman on the train named Madame Schachter who kept ranting and raving about a fire the entire tripElie must have felt helpless and cramped He along with the others must have been angry and probably took it out on each other They as well had time to try to compute what ha happened to them Many were looking forward to a change since they believed nothing could be worse than the ghettos they had been dwelling until this pointElie and his family arrive the most destructive of all concentration camps Auschwitz This camp was responsible for roughly 15 million deaths Here the systematic killing eradication of Jews
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