The Experiences of Elie Wiezel
Eliezer was a young boy who lived a good family life with respectable parents two older siblings and one younger, all sisters.
He is deported from his home in Sighet at the age of 15 when Germans begin to take over. On the long and inhuman riding standards 100 people are forced to stay in one car without proper care until they reached Auschwitz, a German concentration camp
"The god of Auschwitz was the god of death." Elie Wiezel Thousands were killed in this camp and others with each passing day.
Regulated selections of people thought to be weak or of no use to the Germans were done away with.
Work was tough. Treatment was harsh. Dwellings were below human standard. When going from one place to another was done by running with the risk of exposure and death always near by
Once liberated Elie thought not of revenge or anger, but only wanted sustenance.
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