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Night by Elie Wiesel

Teenager who had everything taken from him when he was moved to the concentrataion camp in 1944. Elie tells about his life in the concentration camps he visits.
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David D

on 28 March 2013

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Transcript of Night by Elie Wiesel

Sighet Summary Sighet Birkenau Sighet Ghettos Map of the Auschwitz/Birkenau Camp Buchenwald Cattle cars Auschwitz Liberation Night
Elie Wiesel Elie Wiesel Political Cartoons Ethos Criticizing how State Department gave no attention to the Holocaust Criticizing how the americans gave very little
help to the Jews Pathos By: Fox Willliams
By: David Dropping Work Camp
Humanity helping the refuges: Jews...etc. Conflict of the time Night by Elie Wiesel is a story about the horrors of the holocaust. It is meant to inform us of what innocent Jews went through during this time. The Authors purpose was to tell the truth about what was happening in the Holocaust. Autor's Purpose Our Thoughts After reading this story about the holocaust, we learned many things of what jews went through. We thought this was a very interesting book and found it quite exciting. Elie Wiesel -Born September 30, 1920
-has made 50 books
-lives in NYC
-Parents: Chlomo Wiesel, Sarah Feig
-Awards: Nobel Peace Prize, Presidential Medal of Freedom, and more... symbolizes how easy it would be to stop the murder of innocent jews. Logos exaggeration of the hand "KEEP OUT" "Poland: 100,000 jews killed monthly by Nazis" Theme Cruilty Mtoif Faith
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