By : Anthony ray
This the story of Elie Wiesel and his family during the Holocaust and the condition of the concentration camps.
This is Elie Wiesel's family photo
Elie had three sisters named Hilda, Bea, and Tzipora and his parents names were Chlomo and Sarah Wiesel.
The cattle cars
This is just one of the cattle cars the Jews came in, people were dying in the cattle cars, and for food they got bread and pails of water. On the cattle cars the woman were moved to the right and the men were moved to the left side of the cattle car.
This is the first concentration camp the prisoners went to in 1944. The conditions were horrible. If you were too old or too young to work they took you to the crematorium to be burned.
This is Elie Weisel when he was 12 about to be 13 before he went to the camps. When Elie Wiesel went to the concentration camp in Birkenau Elie's mother and sister got separated from him and his dad and sent to another camp.
Elie Wiesel was a Jewish -American professor and political activist. He wrote 57 books, including Night. When he was in then camp he had an inmate number on his arm. When Elie was at the concentration camp he seen babies getting thrown in the fire and till this day he still has flashbacks about the children he saw them getting killed.