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The most devastating choice made in Night was the decision not to flee Sighet They had the chance but Elies father did not want to take the chance of nothing bad happening and he was to old and did not want to begin a new life He thought that nothing would or could happen They all did not believe Moshe the Beadle when he told them of what happened He said Germans were killing inhumanly and indiscriminately but no one believed him and if they did they denied it so they wouldnt need to think of it If they had fled Sighet many things would have turned out different Since they didnt leave Germans advanced into their town separating Jews from all others The fenced them in and made their towns into Ghettos After the separation the Jews were soon deported to Concentration camps Before they were deported everyone had to give their valuables to the SS officers so they could not bribe the guards to freedom so they lost their valuables as well as their freedom After being deported the Weisel family was transported to Auschwitz Thats where his mother and sister were separated from his father and him After they arrived to Auschwitz they were ordered to go into two lines Women and children in one line and Men in the other Elie could have gone with his mother but he went his father and so he had to lie about his age He survived but hes mother and sister did not Elie never saw his mother or sister again Through the long agonizing trip Elie and his father went through They almost made it to the end of the line then would have survived The trip was too much for the elder Weisel so close to the end of the line but he gave up and he died on the final stretch to freedom All that Elie and his
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