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Explain the line: "The ghetto was ruled by neither German nor Jew; it was ruled by delusion."

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The German's operated under the delusion that they were a superior race and what they were doing was somehow reasonable. The Jews hoped beyond hope that God would help and sustain them through the worst of times and kept wanting to think the best even as the worst was happening.

The ghetto was ruled by neither German nor Jew; it was ruled by delusion.” The German's operated under the delusion that they were a superior race and what they were doing was somehow reasonable. The Jews hoped beyond hope that God would help and sustain them through the worst of times and kept wanting to think the best even as the worst was happening.

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Night by ellie wiesel

The ghetto was ruled by neither German nor Jew; it was ruled by delusion.” The German's operated under the delusion that they were a superior race and what they were doing was somehow reasonable. The Jews hoped beyond hope that God would help and sustain them through the worst of times and kept wanting to think the best even as the worst was happening.

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Night by ellie wiesel