In the first chapter Elie asks Moishe, "And why do you pray, Moishe?" (Weisel 5) He asks Moishe this because he wants to know why he prays because people have different opinions.
In the second chapter Elie writes, "A German officer stepped in accompanied by a Hungarian lieutenant, acting as his interpreter." (Weisel 23) In the picture, the German officer and Hungarian lieutenant are about to enter the cattle car.
In the third chapter, Elie writes, "An SS came toward us wielding a club. He commanded: "Men to the left! Women to the right!"" (Weisel 29) In the picture, it shows the SS officer holding a gun, telling the Jews where to go.
In the fourth chapter, Elie writes, "Seated in the chair, I asked meekly: "What are you going to do sir?"" Elie later says, "I thought of pretending to be sick."(Weisel 52) In this picture it shows Elie with the dentist pretending to be sick.
In the fifth chapter, Elie writes, " Winter had arrived. The days became short and the nights almost unbearable. From the first hours of dawn, a glacial wind lashed us like a whip." (Weisel 77) In this picture, Elie is shown at the camp in the cold.
In the sixth chapter, Elie writes, "The SS made us increase our pace. "Faster, you tramps, you flea-ridden dogs!"" In this picture, it shows three Jews running to the next camp.