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Elie Wiesel

Elie Wiesel is well known as a Holocaust survivor, an author and a Nobel Peace laureate. His best known book is the largely autobiographical work "Night" in which he describes the experiences of an adolescent boy amid the horrors of the Holocaust. In recommending him, the Nobel Peace Committee described him as 'a messenger to mankind.'

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yes. read book 22.   That is sooooooooooooo specific, why couldn't you just tell us what happened.♥   elie hold haru and then with what was left of her breath gives him a loving sloshy kiss causeing haru to past out.....................................   if ya wanna know the answer the...
David is the rave Master...  
The first time? Well, you must be talking about when the man wanted his gold crown in his teeth. He was pained whenever his dad was beaten, so he gave up the crown.
He has faith in Hitler, not necessarily in a good way, but because Hitler had not failed to keep his promise, and because God had not saved the Jews yet, therefore, the Jewish people lost their faith in God, and had a neutral faith in Hitler
He was born in Transylvania (now called Romania).
    elie wiesel is alive today and he is 80 years old.
NIGHT. Its about his time in the concentration camps during the holocaust.
Moshe the Beadle was very important to Eliezer Wiesel. He taught him the Jewish ways. Moshe the Beadle was a very important chracter in the book night. He was well respected from the Jewish communityi n the town of Sighet
Are you sure that the publication of Night in English (in 1960s) had such a far-reaching effect? Before the late 1960s the Holocaust was not widely discussed. It was known, of course, but generally talked about as the worst of a whole number of Nazi atrocities. It did not have anything like its...
it let us know how the world is in other places. Also how the world is messed up and how we should try to fix it-and better ourselves. & to not forget about all those lost during that time period!!!!
He wanted to study Kabballah
He was hanged because he was thought to have been an accomplice to his dutch leader.
  Elie Wiesel has a wife named Marion and a son named Elisha.
He tells his father while heading to the crematoria "If that is true, then I don't want to wait. I'll run into the electrified barbed wire. That would be easier than a slow death in the flames." Eliezar doesn't want to die from the flames so he plans to run into the electrified barbed wire because...
A muselman is someone who has given up hope of survival and no longer fights to stay alive.
He chose to march with the Germans away from the approaching Russian army.
The gold David star was one and Jews had their head shaved off.
shopkeeper, Jewish council
His mother and sister were sent to the crematoria and his father died because of illness. His father was so sick, that he had to be sent to the crematoria while Elie was asleep. When Elie woke up the next morning and his father's body was replaced with someone elses, he assumed his father had been...
Auschwitz II, Buna (=Auschwitz III), Gleiwitz, Buchenwald. He only passed briefly through Auschwitz II and Gleiwitz.
It is an autobiography/memoir book. It is him recalling the Holocaust
It is a metaphor for a period in which the protagonists, Europe, and the world entered a seemingly endless darkness. They were confronted with ongoing death and destruction. "The days were like nights, and the nights left the dregs of their darkness in our souls."There is a pervasive despair, even...
She visions a fire. Nobody believed her until they all saw it themselves. She either had really good eyesight, or it was some type of prophecy, for her to warn the Jews.
Ele's father was struck for asking wher te oilets wher.
On page 29 which was elies first day at camp. They were forced off the train and were told "men to the left, women to the right"elies mom and sisters were among the women when him and his dad went with the men
his brother was Jon smith.And his sister had superpowers and flew to the us and slept with Kennedy.(Marolyne Monroe)
Yes his older sister.who contacted him after seeign his face in the paper.
He was AA-3320 becasue Elie was AA-3317 ,the two boys they were paired with went after Elie but befor his father
Elie Wiesel looses his father, mother, sisters, and childhood.
Elie Wiesel and his wife, Marion, live together in New City, which  is a hamlet in New York. Elie Wiesel's 'Night' was published in  1955.
  Elie Wiesel's sisters from oldest to youngest when he was a child are Hilda (Oldest), Bea, and Tzipora (Youngest). Hlida is the oldest sibling followed by Bea, then Elie, and finally Tzipora. Elie Wiesel is the only son in the family.
he has learned to think of his survival first before anyone else. he had witnessed his father beaten right in front of him and did nothing because he was scared of his own death
Type your answer here... tattoos were used on the prisoners. Elie's identifacation tattoo was A-1173
He is still alive
At the beginning of the story. Like in chapter 1 or 2. At the ending of chapter 2 the family is already seperated
Elie Wiesel's middle name was Burt. Making his full name Elie Burt Wiesel.
In the book, Night, Elie Wiesel thanks God for mud because he was wearing his new pair of shoes. If the guards would have noticed he was wearing nice, new shoes they would have immediatley taken them away, but the mud made them dirty and they didn't notice them. Basically everything has already been...
He just stood and watched, afraid that if he did anything he would be injured as well
Yes, Moshe the Beadle was taken away much earlier because he was a foreign (that is, non Hungarian) Jew. However, he managed to escape and return to Sighet.
When Elie and his father are marched into Auschwitz he learns of the crematoriums and what their fate is to be. He sees a large burning pit. Within the pit are burning bodies. He sees people throwing babies and small children into the fire.
the camps were surrounded by barbed wire fences. Plus they had guards on duty during the night as well. and didn't think anything bad was happening.
The only problem is that people don't believe it.
Elie Wiesel was liberated when Buchenwald Concentration Camp was liberated in April 1945 by the prisoners themselves with the US Army standing guard outside.
Elie wiesel defended human rights and peace in the world. He helped Sudan and made motivational speeches.
His life changed forever and became to speak about the Holocaust.
how did ellie wiesel meet his wife
no. most were about his childhood in the holocaust. however others were about spiritual dilemmas and Jews in the soviet union
Answer . I don't know your story, but I believe you're in a huge amount of pain. It may be a shame. You most probably have been driven to the edge of insanity and back. N's make you doubt your reality as they shove it down your throat. Very nauseating stuff. I will share this with you about...
no elie wiesers sisters and mother are killed, burned at the camp when hey first arrive at aucshwitz
  In 1969 Elie Wiesel married A woman named Marion Rose  
he compared the world to a cattle wagon.
Martha was the Wiesel family's maid. She was trying to get them to escape with her independently.
Men, woman and children were made to dig a hole and then they were shot and buried in it. One girl lasted for 3 days until she died. Moche was mistaken for dead when he was shot in the leg.
because he made an important discovery i guess
he wanted people to hear of the things he had encountered and warn the people of the Nazis threats. NO ONE LISTENED . but he was trying to let people know of his "death"
the setting is a small town called Sighet in Hungary....in 1941
Yes, he was. If you know about the Bible, there is an Eli that was blind since the movie is semi-biblical.
The Jewish people mostly think she's insane. Her son is terrified, and a few women try to calm her down. At first some people look out the window to see if she's telling the truth, but no one sees anything, so they regard her as crazy. Many of them are scared by her screaming about fire, and it...
a corpse gazed back at me. The look in his eyes, as they stared into mine, has never left me
She said that she saw a fire, and Elie Wiesel later on in "Night" said that she was sort of like a prophet because she was seeing fire and smoke which later came to be identified as the crematoria.
Shortly after arriving at Birkenau Elie Wiesel saw "babies" burning in a pit. It is not made clear whether or not these babies were dead or alive, or were young children rather than actual infants. This is what "murders his God".
On page 85 of the book, it says "They had orders to shoot anyone who could not sustain the pace". This is cruel because it is unfair to kill people who are weak and tired. Not everyone can sustain that pace.
Elie's father felt he was too old to start a new life, and he too was entrenched in his comfort zone in Sighet.
Elie cannot weep because he is too weary and he has no strength to weep. He loses all faith and everything and not unlike the rabbi's son, Elie failed God's test.
Answer 'de' is greek for tiger eyelash, while the root word 'human' comes from the old spanish ways of 'to dig a hole where there was no hole before'. the suffix 'ization' was lost in translation many a years ago. Answer Dated back to early 1800's Sir Albert Vonlictenberg discussed the topic of...
The story is sad and compelling, but since it's a translation, the wording makes it a little hard to follow.
As of 2010... 82 years old..
America enters the war.
they saw several large factories surrounded by barbed wire fences.
  no he has no children.
he was 15 but a ss officer told him to say that he was 18 so that he could stay with his dad