This is when Moishe the Beadle comes back to Sighet after he experiences the cruelty of the Hungarian Police and what they did to some people. Moishe tells people what actually happened and as he was telling Elie he states, "Without passion or haste, they shot their prisoners, who were forced to approach the trench one by one and offer their necks"(Wiesel 6).
Ch. 1- Transport
As they're on the car being transported, Mrs. Schachter starts freaking out and begins to scream like crazy about something she sees that isn't really there. When Elie is watching her and Mrs. Schachter starts to scream she states, "Look! Look at this fire! This terrible fire! Have mercy on me!"(Wiesel 25).
Ch. 2- Birkenau
This is when Ellie and his father get separated from his mother and his sisters when they arrive at Birkenau. When Elie is trying to understand what exactly is going on around him and as he's thinking he states, "In a fraction of a second I could see my mother, my sisters, move to the right. I didn't know that this was the moment in time and the place where I was leaving my mother and Tzipora forever"(Wiesel 29).
This is when all the Jews in Sighet are being forced to leave their homes and get on a tranport car to go to another destination. As this is happening and Elie is describing what's going on he states, "The Hungarian Police made us climb into the cars, eighty persons in each one. A prolonged whistle pierced the air. The wheels began to grind. We were on our way"(Wiesel 22).
The transport car finally stopped after hours of travel at Birkenau. When Elie is looking at the camp and he starts describing his surroundings he states, "In front of us those flames. In the air, the smell of burning flesh. It must have been around midnight. We had arrived. In Birkenau"(Wiesel 28).
Elie and his father are getting tranported once again but this time they have to walk to their next location. When they finally arrived Elie was thinking and in his thoughts he stated, "After four hours, we arrived at the new camp: Buna. The iron gate closed behind us"(Wiesel 46).