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Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Date Dehumanization in "Night" by Elie Wiesel Different opinions can be raised whether Adolf Hitler had psychological problems that made him ruthless, however, from “Night” by Wiesel, the events that befell the Jews proves otherwise. Elie Wiesel was born in 1928 before the outbreak of the Second World War in Transylvania, a region that was under Hungary by the period between1941 to 1943. His father Chlomo married to Sarah was a shopkeeper. The people were religious and lived peacefully until the invasion by the Germany soldiers that were directed by Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler is the greatest dictator that ever existed on this Earth having started the Nazi regime in Germany and its territories. Elie uses his writing the “Night” to narrate his endurance with Mr. Chlomo in the absorption camps at Auschwitz and Buchenwald for two years before the Second World War ended. He named the book “Night” to emphasize fast pace at which events were unfolding. They happened so fast as if it was only for a single night that dehumanization took place. The deportation saw the Jews arrested and treated ruthlessly with others being separated from their families, some exposed to hard unbearable conditions and others killed without any convincing reason. Things started to turn wild after the Jewish leader was arrested on the Seventh day of Passover by the Germany soldiers. After new faces had arrived in the ghetto, Wiesel’s father narrated to them the horrible news that they were going to Hungary through deportation mission by the Hungarian police officers. When they arrived at Kaschau, a police officer told them that they

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