Nazi Dehumanizing Ways
Everyone is different and that is what makes the world a wonderful place, at least one would think. But 1944 and 1945 German folks called Nazis discriminated against anyone that was different from them. Nazi soldiers made people feel less o f a person, all because they believed in different faiths. In the story The Night written by Elie Wiesel, a holocaust survivor he tells of the dehumanizing ways of the Nazi soldiers and how they made Jews feel less of a person day by day. Jewish people were at the very top for being different; they were hated by the Nazis. It was believed that everything bad that ever happened were the Jews fault. They went through unfair treatment just because of their religion.
Nazi soldiers took Jews to concentration camps by cargo trains like they were cattle, they branded them with numbers and their Jewish name disappeared also Jews were beaten ferociously and sometimes to death. The Nazi soldiers treated the Jews and many others without any type of respect; they absolutely saw the people as animals and treated them as if they were. “If anyone goes missing, you will all be shot, like dogs.” (24) A German officer states after placing them on a train. Even the Jews felt as if they were being treated less of a person, though they were promised joyful treatment.
”The doors were nailed, the way back irrevocably cut off. The world had become a hermetically sealed cattle car.” (24) Elie states this as a feeling of dehumanization, and exile. This was how they were being treated. As the days went bye and the horrible treatment continued Elie began to change and didn’t even notice, he was so use to the way he was being treated that when his own father would get hit in the face or beaten almost to death, he would stand there and do nothing about the situation. When one of his...