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Night (Pg. 85-End)

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Who was Zalman? Polish boy, who was probably trampled during death march.
Where do Elie and his father take refuge when they stop for a break during the death march? Brick Building
Who is Rabbi Eliahu looking for during the death march? His son, who tried to leave him during the death march
What does Juliek bring with him on the death march? His violin.
What is dysentery? sickness; can't keep food in
Who is Bela Katz? Put father's body in the ovens.
Who is Meir Katz? Stayed on the train to die.
How many people left Elie's train car alive? 12
When and what does Elie's father die from? Dysentery; on January 29th, 1945
When is Buchenwald liberated? April 11th, 1945
What were the laborers doing to the prisoners aboard the train on the way to Buchenwald? Throwing pieces of bread to watch the prisoners fight to the death.
What almost happened to Elie's father during the train ride to Buchenwald? He was almost thrown out of the train, because he was slow to wake up.
What does Juliek play on his violin at the Gleiwitz camp? Beethoven (Was a last act of defiance before he died)
"Arbeit Macht Frei" Work Makes You Free
Created by: mathiasenj
 

 



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