Elie Wiesel Ivy Kuang Amy Chen
In 1928, Elie Wiesel was born into a Jewish family in Sighet.
When he was a kid, he followed his grandfather and got to know Hasidic religion.
In 1933, Germany committed genocide against the Jews.
He and his family sent to Ghettos in 1944.
Only Wiesel and his two older sisters survived during the Holocaust.
In 1945, he was sent to France to studied Hasidic religion.
In 1956, he wrote a book that influenced the world, itâ€™s about the "Holocaustâ€?.
During 1960s, Elie Wiesel started to fight for human rights.
"We are equal.â€?
Elie Wiesel won the Nobel Peace Prize for educating the community about humanity and fighting for equality.
He died on July 2, 2016 by Dysentery.
As a Holocaust survivor, Wiesel lost most of his family and truly understood the suffering, so he dedicated his life to world peace