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Night Night is an utter brilliant piece of work It tells a horrifying yet truthful account of basically life as a Jew during the Holocaust Upon finishing Night this book did something it touched my heart like no other book has After reading this paper I hope it touches you as the book has touched me Dehumanization Dehumanization is defined as taking away rights characteristics and emotions from people If you take away these things you are really no longer human dehumanization You basically turn into an animal In Night the first experience the Jews have of this is when Germans enter their city and take it over The Jews are forced to go along with whatever the Germans tell them and they have to obey ridiculous rules and ordinances They cannot worship sometimes they have to stay in their house for up to three days they are not allowed in the streets after six in the afternoon they had to wear a yellow star they were not allowed to have anything of value such as gold and then they were not even allowed in public places at all Then it got a little worse The town of Sighet was made into two ghettos Everyone had to move in these two areas They boarded up the windows and they also surrounded the ghettos with barbed wire so no one could escape Hungarian police shouted at them Faster Faster Get on with you lazy swine At one point Eliezer heard a loud scream and then comments that an animal was just killed They were then deported like animals into cattle cars to the town of Birkenau They were allowed to carry one bag food and nothing else Cattle cars are not that big and the Germans forced eighty to one hundred Jews into these cattle cars with their luggage At the camps they were stripped of all their clothes shoes and hair and they were
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