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In his memoir of his experience in a Nazi concentration camp, Elie Wiesel notes that before his village was ever emptied of the Jewish settlers, a poor man, Moshe the Beadle, who had been deported on some of the first trains of Jews out of the Hungarian village and had seen first hand the destruction of many Jews at the hands of the Germans had tried to warn the village where he lived. No one was interested in hearing.

Story from “Night” pages 4-5

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