The Night Characters: Moshe the Beadleâ€” was one of the first of the Jew to be taken away that Elie knew closely. Moshe then escaped the massive ditches of death and was able to return to Sighet to tell them of what the Germans were doing. The rest of the people even Elie, thought that he had gone mad, so he pitied him. Oberkapoâ€” was apart of the 52nd cable unit at Buna who was Dutch. He also sabotaged the PowerStation. He had stocks of arms and was found and arrested. He was tortured for weeks, but never gave names of who else was involved. He was then transferred to Auschwitz. Madame Schachter â€” she was one of the ladies on the train to Auschwitz that was having illusions and screaming out loud on the train that there was fire outside of the windows. Everytime she that, the other people being gullible as they were, would look out the window. They soon tired of this, so they tied her up and gagged. The ordeal continued as she was able to free herself from her restraints and began yelling again. The other men finally smacked her around a little bit to knock a little common sense back into her, as her 10 year old son watched and tried to comfort her. She must have been suffering from terrible dehydration. Akiba Drumerâ€” He is a man that puts all of his faith into god, no matter what is happening at the moment, he believes that god will save him or protect him. He doesnâ€™t want to open his eyes to the reality of things, where he could be the next one hanged in the middle court of the camp as an example of their relentless power over them. He even calculated that their deliverence was to be only a few weeks away, I think people began to tire of him as Elie did who realized that if their was a true god, they would have to be so many suffering like they were. Settings: Sighetâ€” This is the town that Elie came from with his family in the country of Transylvania. It was a moderate town that was mainly Jews at the time. Auschwitzâ€” The camp they were first taken to when they were deported from their recent country. It didnâ€™t seem to be all that bad in the way they treated them personally, unless the camp itself killed them.
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