The march to death

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The march to death

Elie Wiesel was born in the town of Sighet, Transylvania. As a teenager, he and his family were moved to the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1944 and later to Buchenwald. The book "Night" is a record of the horrid memories of the death of his family and innocence. The tradegy of the Holocaust. "Between them and us-one night-our last" (83,Wiesel).


"The Red Army racing toward Buna: it was only a matter of hours" (80,Wiesel)."In the morning, the camp did not look the same" (83,Wiesel)."An icy wind blowing violently, but we marched without faltering" (85,Wiesel)."Don't think, don't stop, run!" (86,Wiesel).

The March to Death


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