The Nazis caused more wrecking than the homicide of innocent Jews; the Nazis demolished their faith, unity, and humanity. All illustrated in Elie’s Wiesel’s Night, sharing his experiences in the concentration camps. Wiesel begins to question his strong faith in God as he overcomes the dread of the concentration camps. He loses his mindset as a human by being treated like an animal instead of a human, this shows how one can act so inhuman.
Throughout the book, Elie Wiesel so long as many of the prisoners, lost their faith in God. The first case of Elie losing his faith is when he entered Auschwitz.