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BC: Bibliography Yeatts, Tabatha. The Holocaust Survivors. Enslaw, Print. Schoenberg, Shira. www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/biographyWiesel.html. Web. 1 Jan. www.kiriato.scifi/wiesel.htm. Web. 1 Jan. Wiesel, Elie. Night. 18 West 18th St , NY: Les Editionsde Minuit, Print. Byers, Ann. The holocaust camps. Berkly Heights, NJ: Print. Wiesel, Elie. Night. 18 West 18th St , NY: Les Editionsde Minuit, Print. Byers, Ann. The holocaust camps. Berkly Heights, NJ: Print.

FC: Elie Wiesel By: Stephanie Meteer

1: Why I chose this topic I chose this topic because I wanted to learn more about the holocaust. Yet I wanted to learn about somebody different other than Anne Frank and Adolf Hitler.

2: What I already know how I got this information I already know that Elie Wiesel was in the concentration when he was a teenager and later wrote a book about it. I learned this from Mrs. Hubbard

3: Jobs:assemble war material, dig holes and also throw bodies into the crematory. Life there was horrible the only thing they could smell was burning bodies and they would randomly get hit. Sadly his father died on June 29, 1945. | What was life like for him in the concentration camps? What jobs did he have to do?

4: He survived because he wanted to stay as long as he could with his father and to live. And on April 10th 1945 he was liberated | How did he survive and get out?

5: What happened to him after he got out? He got horribly sick when he got out and had to spend lots of time in the hospital. He then had to go to an orphanage. He reunited with his 2 sisters later in life. Elie grew to be a journalist and a college professor. And won a noble peace prize for his book "Night".

6: Conclusion Elie's journey was life threatening, brutal, filled with pain and suffering but luckily his journey was longer that others who was at that concentration camp. He is still be alive today.

7: What I learned * Elie Wiesel had a hard teenage life * Went through painful time, being beat for questioning * Barely any food * Luckily he lived through it and shared his horrifying journey in a book for us to better understand the way life was like for him.

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