how did the jews respond to the Nazi threats and what were the threats?


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This all depends on where in the book you are referring to. The threats came both within the town of Sighet as well as in the camps. I'd say the people were confused and rather scared in the town. At the camps, the Jews were terrified and eventually almost numb to the constant abuse they were getting.