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During the Holocaust many relationships are tested however one in particular is changed for the worse Elie Wiesel a survivor of the Holocaust is tested on his relationship with God throughout the struggles that come when in a concentration camp and living the life as a Jew in the time on Hitler and the Nazis In his biography Night discusses his life during the Holocaust After being in the Ghetto Elie is forced to travel in a small train to an unknown location All the Jews on the train were scared for their life including Elie and his family After spending days on the train the Jews are finally released They had arrived at a labor camp In Night Elie writes There was a labor camp on the site The conditions were good Families would not be separatedConfidence soared Suddenly we felt free of the previous nights terror We gave thanks to God p27 When Elie first arrived at the labor camp he was very faithful to God and thankful he could be alive however Elie starts to lose faith in God after the first night at the camp Elie states Never shall I forget those flames that consumed my faith foreverNever shall I forget those moments that murdered my God and my soul and turned my dreams to ashes Never shall I forget those things even were I condemned to live as long as God himself p34 After experiencing only a few hours at the labor camp Elie is already losing faith in God but he has not fully given up By this time Elie and the other Jews had been transferred to another camp A young Pole gave a group of Jews the advice to not lose hope or your strength He also said to keep your faith and to keep faith in life However Elie was losing his faith quickly even after what the Pole said He states God
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