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  • For Gods sake where is God?!?!
  • January 1945: The Camp
  • God oh God!
  • January 1945: Death March
  • God is not good! Why would make us go through this?
  • January 1945: Elie's Father dies
  • The burden of my father is gone!!
  • Should I be happy my father is dead?
  • For seven months Elie and his father lived in Auschwitz and Buna! They witnessed horrible beatings and deaths! Life in the camps made the Jews rethink there religious beliefs. Elie and his father grew closer while in the camps. Elie's faith was really altered as he watched the pipe die be hanged.
  • April 1945: Elie on his own.
  • I am free to focus on my self and my life!
  • Was my father a burden?
  • While living in the camps Elie foot became infected! He was sent to the infirmary. Soon the camp was evacuated and Elie and his father had a choice to stay in the camp, they choose to leave with the evacuation. Later the people left in the camp were liberated. The jews from the camp were forced to run all night to the next closest camp.
  • April 1945: Liberation Part 1
  • Stay in your bunks the Germans are going to kill you!
  • Once arriving at Buchenwald Elie's father became very sick! Elie did everything he could to keep hime alive but he had given in to death and had no more endurance left to live.
  • After Elie's father died he was questioning his fathers death. At this point Elie has lost his faith, identity, and his family.
  • My father is dead! My father is dead!
  • Is my life better with out my father?
  • Now the liberation is near. The Germans are now trying to dispose of the camp and all the prisoners. The Jews are to be killed, someone warns them not to leave there bunks or they will be killed.
  • Days later Elie was liberated! He was then became ill and was sent to France to recover. While in France Elie got the strength to look in a mirror the reflection in the mirror stand him. "From the depths of the mirror, a corpse gazed back at me. The look in his eyes as they stared back at mine, has never left me."
  • This image will never leave me.
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