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  • Moishe  the beadle  has warned the jews about the danger of the Nazis but they did not listen to him. Nazis moved into homes and were polite and kind to the host and no one suspected  that they were a threat. The Germans moved the jews into ghettos and slowly took rights and possessions  away until they had nothingbuta little food and clothes.
  • " The news is terrible... Transports" (Wiesel 13)
  • Elie and the jews were packed into cattle cars and were not told where they were going. During the trip  Mrs. Schachter for told of the crematorium claiming she saw fire, the others wrote her of as mad but she was 100 percent right. After being cramped on a small cattle car the group was unloaded and a horific sight lay before them.
  • "Faster! Faster! Move you lazy good-for-nothings!" (Wiesel 19)
  • Elie and the jews were packed into cattle cars and were not told where they were going. During the trip  Mrs. Schachter for told of the crematorium claiming she saw fire, the others wrote her of as mad but she was 100 percent right. After being cramped on a small cattle car the group was unloaded and a horific sight lay before them.
  • "Don't you understand? You will be burned! Burned to a cinder! Burned to ashes!" (Wiesel 31)
  • Elie and his father were sent to Buna where he and many other Jews worked. The Jews were given small amounts of soup, bread, and coffee to stave off their starvation. Elie and the Jews were watched by the Kapos and were treated just as bad as the SS.
  • "You old loafer!... Is this what you call working?" (Wiesel 54)
  • "The Jews were moved from Buna to  Buchenwald after the Germans were being pushed back by the Russians. Elie's Father fell sick after surviving for so long and eventually died from his illness and was disposed of before Elie could ever say goodbye.
  • Every day, my father was getting weaker. His eyes were watery, his face the color of dead leaves.
  • After the death of Elie's father Elie became more vacant. Elie no longer wished for life, and had given up on escape. on April 10th the Allied powers stormed Buchenwald and saved the Jews.
  • "Our first act as free men was to throw ourselves onto the provisions. Thats all we thought about. No one thought of revenge, or of parents. Only of bread" (Wiesel 115)
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