Elie Wiesel

The Holocaust

A survivor of one of modern history's most horrific events, Elie Wiesel has spent his life ensuring that the world never forgets the Holocaust. Sent to Auschwitz during World War II, young Elie was forced to live in profoundly inhumane conditions ruled by terrifying guards. Eventually liberated, Wiesel never shook the injustice of what happened to his family and 6 million other Jews. His training as a journalist enabled him to write the seminal book Night, a memoir of his experience at Auschwitz and Buchenwald concentration camps. Elie Wiesel traces the remarkable life of a tireless advocate for human rights.

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Reading Level: 7

Interest Level: 7-12+

Product type : Library Bound Book
ISBN : 978-1-4994-6250-0
Author : Jean Silverman, Linda Bayer
Copyright : 2016
Language : English
Category : Social Studies, World History
Pages : 112
Trim : 6" x 9"
GRL : Z
Dewey : 940.53'18092
Dewey(two) : B
Subject : Social Studies, World History
Binding : Library
Detailed Table of Contents • For Further Information Section • Glossary • Index • Sidebars • Web Sites • Full-color photographs • Timelines • Biographies