On The Boy In The Striped Pajamas

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The book The Boy in the Striped Pajamas doesn’t reveal or show real life in the camp. First, on page 31 “ huge wires the top of the fence enormous bales of barbed grass..low huts.. rage buildings and one or two smoke stacks”. Most kids would think that that sounds like dreadful, awful, or horrible living conditions. What they don’t know is how bad it actually was. According to the website “brick, wooden housing, and horse stalls. Everyone was feed around 1500 - 1700 calories a day”. The worst things about camp life was that they would dehumanize you. The Nazis dehumanized the Jews because they saw them as and undesirable, worthless racial group. You would be given a number not a name, they

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