Faith and Indifference

This gallery is focused based around topics found in the novel "Night" by Elie Wiesel. Jews were blamed by Nazi soldiers during the late 1930s and early 40s. They were placed in concentration camps because they were different and some of the prisoners kept their faith while others struggled to keep it.

In this photo, Jews are beings separated from society because of their religious beliefs. The Nazi soldiers believed that the Jewish people were the cause for everything wrong in society.
Faith was lost by many in the concentration camps the Nazi's put them in. Some remained to have faith but others,over time, strayed away from their religion because they were focused about surviving.
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