The Holocaust Concentration Camps
The struggle for prisoners inside the concentration camp
How did life change the prisoners as a person? A family? And relationships with other human beings?
The lives of the prisoners changed in the camp by how they had little food and had to go through pain to survive this ugly event. It changed the prisoners life as a family by how they are separated through the cattle cars and were separated by going to the left of the car and the right of the cattle car. The relationships to other human beings is that they have more strength then any of us combined, they have been through the toughest time in history of the world so they should get all the power of being stronger than us and standing up to the tough Germans.
Adolf Hitler was one of the worst people in history. There are no exact number of how many people Hitler killed but it was around 11 million people between 1933 and 1945. Hitler founded the Nazi party and Gestapo, a secret police for the Germans.
Will to survive
The Jews had the will to survive during tough situations
The Jews stayed together to overcome the holocaust
The Jews had to have strength to get through the Germans
What does this novel reveal about you as a human being?
This novel that we read, Night, is very important to all of us to learn what the past is so we can learn in the future, and if it happens again we can see from experience what to do in these tough situations.