In the book Night, what are three examples of how the common German people treated the Jews inhumanely?
The most startling example of how the average German behaved in an inhumane fashion toward the Jews was that they stood idly by as the Nazis transported Jews through the towns on their way to be exterminated. In two different sections Elie Wiesel notes that the Germans simply looked on unsurprised as Jews came through. In section three as they are being taken to the work camp at Buna Elie writes,
As we went through the villages, many of the Germans stared at us without surprise. They had probably seen quite a few of these processions.
In the same scene "some young German girls" flirt with the SS troops. They are totally...
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