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  • EXPOSITION
  • CONFLICT
  • RISING ACTION
  • Elie, his three sisters, Mother, and Father live in a small town in Sighet, Hungarian Transylvania.  German soldiers have now taken control of the town They are now living in ghettos. They will soon be deported to a concentration camp.
  • CLIMAX
  • Ellie and his family arrive at Birkenau and there the men and women are separated.  Ellie and his mother and sisters were separated and he never saw them again. later then Arriving at Auschwitz, where they saw flames rising from a tall chimney into a black sky. In the air, the smell of burning flesh.
  • FALLING ACTION
  •     Ellie and his father were then transported to camp Buna. Where Ellie and his father suffered the most, due to this suffering, led to Ellie losing his faith in God. One afternoon all the prisoners were ordered out to the courtyard. Two older men and the Pipel were hanged. "where is merciful God, where is he?" someone behind Ellie said. Ellie no longer believed in god. As they passed by the three victims, they were no longer alive. That night, the soup tasted of corpses.
  • RESOLUTION
  • Weeks later, in camp Buna. Ellie has had an operation his foot and can barely walk. During this time camp, is evacuating. Ellie has the choice of either staying in the infirmary or join his father in the evacuation.Ellie joins his father in a 50-mile death march to Buchenwald. Most prisoners die on the march only 12 of hundreds survive. Ellie and his father draw strength from each other and never gave up on one another. 
  • After the death march is over, and very few survive. Ellie's father falls very ill. The illness he possesses is called dysentery. one morning  Ellie goes to check up on his father, another sick person lay on his cot. In this moment he knew his father had died, and perhaps they had taken him to the crematorium. His father had left him with a mixed feeling of relief.
  • Since Mr. Wiseals death, nothing mattered to him anymore. What was now important to him was the thick soup and stale crust. They had put Ellie in a children's block. The Germans were evacuating the prisoners to another camp. The resistance movement decided to take charge of the camp, and they did.  At Six o'clock that afternoon, the first American tank stood at the gates of Buchenwald. 
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