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Jewish Holocaust By Elie Wiesel

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The quote by Wiesel has a deep meaning that can impact what people have learned about the holocaust. The Jewish holocaust was a devastating event that affected a worldwide number of people then and now. It had come to a point during the holocaust where “fear was greater than hunger” (Wiesel 59) during those times. The words written by Wiesel is indicating that the fear of death and misfortune was far greater than hunger. When people hear the word holocaust they think of how tragic it is, but they do not know true essence of what the survivors had to go through. When discussing the holocaust we learn that the Jews were downsized to animals “faster, you filthy dogs” (Wiesel 85). Jew and non-Jews in the concentration camps began to lose a sense
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