Nazi Quotes In Night By Elie Wiesel

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In the book Night by Elie Wiesel, he tells his story of the Holocaust and how the Nazis tried to destroy the jewish race.. In the Holocaust, the Nazis thought the Jews were less than them. Elie tells the story of how the Nazis tried to eliminate the Jews. . The Naizs treated the Jewish people badly because they dehumanized them, they treated them as they were nothing, and the Nazis destroyed the Jews from the inside out. The nazis dehumanized the Jews so it would be easier to hurt them by treating them as if they were nothing. The nazi soldiers didn’t even call the Jews by their names; they called them by numbers. “ I became A-7713. From then on, I had no other name” (Wiesel 60). The Nazis didn’t call them by name because it would have given them human characteristics. The only people that would call him Elie were his family and friends. When ever he was needed, they were called by their number, “ One day, when we had just returned from the warehouse, I was summoned by the block secretary: A-7713?” (69) The nazis didn’t give any respect to any of the Jews. The nazis treated them as if they were nothing, and didn’t think twice about it. The Nazis didn’t even think of the Jews as human being; they treated them as trash, burned them alive, and treated them with no respect. As Elie and his dad first walked into the camp, they saw a sight they would never forget. “Not far from us, flames, huge flames, were rising from a ditch. Something was being burned there. A truck drew
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