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During World War II a man named Adolph Hitler came into power He led campaigns blaming the Jews for Germanys post-War World War I depression The German people embraced this standpoint Hitler had come upon a hypothesis called The Final Solution By the time the Allies had defeated Germany in 1945 this so-called solution had resulted in the death of 6 million Europeans Jews Most of whom were killed in Concentration Camps Inside of these camps innocent Jews were forced into labor and when they could no longer be used were murdered Few survived to tell about these tragic happenings Elie Weisel was one of the survivors After his 10 year vow of silence was over this man wrote a book called Night that tells of the things he had seen in the camps making the story partially parallel to his own experiences The main character of the story is a Jewish man named Eliezer I believe that this character had suffered the most Despite the fact that he had lived through the Holocaust he had to under-go some terrifying experiencesEliezers troubles are just beginning when the Jews are confided into small ghettos crowded together into narrow streets located behind barbed wire fences After a few months the ghettos are emptied and Eliezer and his family are herded like animals onto a cattle car After a nightmarish journey they arrive at Birkenau the gateway to Auschwitz He and his father are then separated from his mothers and sisters and are never seen by him again The two of them pass the evaluation but before they are brought to the prisoners barracks they stumble upon an open pit furnace where Nazis are burning truckloads of babies Seeing these things slowly robs this man of his faith in God which was so strong at one timeIn the barracks the Jews are stripped shaved and disinfected with gasoline Everyone is then put to work under slave-labor conditions The
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