April 6, 2010
Part one- (sections one-two, pp. 1-26)
1.Moshe the Beadle is Eliezer’s teacher of Jewish mysticism, Moshe is a poor Jew who lives in Sighet. He is deported before the rest of the Sighet Jews but escapes and returns to tell the town what the Nazis are doing to the Jews. Tragically, the community takes Moshe for a lunatic.
2.Religion is important to Mr. Wiesel because he said that is pull the family closer and it is important to have faith.
3.Moshe the Beadle is deported before the rest of the Sighet Jews but escapes and returns to tell the town what the Nazis are doing to the Jews. Tragically, the community takes Moshe for a lunatic.
4.The people refused to listen because the thought that the same fate might fall upon them.
5.Moshe the Beadle meant that while he was in the concentration camp that is very uncomfortable and to prepare yourself for harsh times.
6. Elies’ father refused to sell his shop because of his pride and because it was something he work on his whole life and did not want to give it up that easy.
7.The Fascists began to attack Jews, vandalizing properties and, announce their power.
8.After the leaders of the Jewish community were arrested the order for the remaining Jews was for them to be killed.
Socialization of Jewish people into American community Many different social and ethnic groups have migrated to America to start new lives. Certainly, each of these groups was unique and each group socialized differently. The purpose of this essay is to evaluate the dynamics of socialization of Jewish people that came from different communities all over the world. These people had to learn how to ...
9.The Ghetto were a small section of a city where Jews were herded into and kept until they were sent to concentration camps. The Jews were unconcerned with living in the ghettos because the thought it was appropriate housing and at least they would be with their families. Later the Jews changed their minds about the ghettos once the saw their familys being separated and the brutality.
10.The significance of this was to let the people know that someone knew what was happing and to know that they were being watched.
11.The Hungarian police treated the Jews with kindness when it was time to go.
12.The Jews left their valuables behind because they did not want the Nazi to take them or benefit from them.
13.They refused to go because they wanted to be with their father.
14.Madame Schachter behaved the ways she did because of a fire that she saw. She shouted at the Jews saying look! look! out the window and the was a fire.
1.They took a cloth and tied her mouth they also hit her.
2.The Jews had arrived at a concentration camp, and they were about to began they admition process.