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Night

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Wing Ting Chung

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Transcript of Night

Night by Elie Wiesel
Ch.1(P.3-P.22)

Terms You Need To Know !!
Content
Background
World War II
The Relationship between Jewish and Germany
Characters
Important points
Jewish lifestyle
before WW II
During WW II
Began in Europe (1939)-->the invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany
Hitler
- the leader of Germany
- enemy of the jewish people
- initiator of the holocaust
In total of death: 50 million
The Nazis had been sending people to
concentration camps
. Include: Jews
Holocaust
In the years between 1933 and 1939, the Nazi regime had brought radical and daunting social, economic, and communal change to the German Jewish community.
Gas chambers
Elie Wiesel (main character)
Elie's father-->the highest esteem of the jewish community
Moishe the Beadle--> The Jews of Sighet
German soldiers
Jewish people
Background of Elie
Born in Romania
He like Moishe the Beadle
He have three sisters. he was the third and the only son
Germans came to the Jewish town -- gave new decrees in short time (P.10)
Elie's father was caught by the German officer (P.12) ---> asked the Jewish ready for the journey(P.14)
Jewish were sent to the new small ghetto
Girls go out for help,while boys need to stay at home for study
When a man was thirty before venturing into the world of mysticism, a world fraught with peril can study of Kabbalah.
They always pray.
" The synagogue resembled a large railroad station" (P.22)
People began to worry in earnest
More focus to get the news of the army.
People gathered in private homes. Every rabbi's home became a house of prayer.
Had to wear the yellow star.
People move from camp to camp
Jewish people needed to climb into the train , eighty people in each one (P.22)
" The wheels began to grind. We were on our way" (Last sentence in P.22)
Setting
Plot
Exposition
Rising action
Point of View
Conflict
Background
World War II
The Relationship between Jewish and Germany
Characters
Important Point
Jewish lifestyle
before WW II
during WW II
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