Summary of Night
The Jews in their town before they were all transferred to concentration camps.
There were up to 100 Jews packed into the cattle cars as they were moved from place to place.
As the Jews entered the concentration camps, they were stripped of their clothes, belongings, and were given a set of clothes and a number in which they would be called on from then forth.
LET'S GO! LET'S GO!!
One of the many jobs Elie had at one of the concentration camps. (sorting stones)
The Jews in their bed; most would sleep three to a bunk which caused many diseases to spread.
The Jews on their march towards freedom.
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