What are three examples of how the Nazis dehumanized the Jews or treated them with compassion in Night?

Three examples of how the Nazis dehumanized the Jews in Night are that they conducted experiments on them, transported them in cramped cattle cars, and forced them to march.

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The Nazis most definitely treated the Jewish people as less than human.  The Nazis doctors experimented on the Jewish people in an attempt to create a "perfect" superior race of man.  The Nazis also crammed the Jewish people in to cattle cars to transport them from place to place, or...

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The Nazis most definitely treated the Jewish people as less than human.  The Nazis doctors experimented on the Jewish people in an attempt to create a "perfect" superior race of man.  The Nazis also crammed the Jewish people in to cattle cars to transport them from place to place, or they forced marched them.  If one of the people fell or went to the ground they were killed.  When Elie arrived at Auschwitz he saw bodies of killed Jews being burned in mass graves.  Men, women, and children's bodies were tossed like meat into huge piles of bodies and burned.  They fed the Jewish people little food and crammed them in barracks to sleep.  The Nazis spit on the Jews and they treated them worse than the Blacks were treated in the USA during the early years of building America.

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