how did jews start acting toward other jews?


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In many cases the instinct for survival takes over. Jews would fight each other for a mere crumb of bread. Elie witnesses a son mistreating his father. Jews treating each other badly was certainly foreshadowed when Madame Schacter is beaten when she talks about the horrors that await them. At other times many prisoners did comfort each other in their misery.