Elie Wiesel and the Holocaust

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History

 

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Lisa C

 

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April 27, 2016

 

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In an interview with Oprah, Elie Wiesel talks about many things can leave a crowd silent like: Auschwitz, the Jews, the German Soldiers, and his attitude towards the Holocaust. Auschwitz was the largest and most horrific concentration camp used by the Germans throughout World War II. Covering a size equal to approximately six thousand football fields, this is the place where thousands of Jews were brought and murdered every day...
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Covering a size equal to approximately six thousand football fields, this is the place where thousands of Jews were brought and murdered every day. Yet, Auschwitz was a secret to the world. Nobody knew that the Germans were performing such brutal tasks on ordinary people. Even too this day when Elie Wiesel and Oprah visit the camp, this place so bare, so plain, so vast, can hold so many memories...
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