What are the conditions on the Jews train journey in the story the night? How do the Jews react to Madame Schacters Behavior? What does this reveal about human nature?

this is from the story night chapters 1 and 2

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The conditions in the cattle car are atrocious. It is so crowded, most of the Jews are forced to stand. The heat is overwhelming, and they have little to drink or eat. When they arrive in Kaschau, the people panic, as they come to realize they are being taken out of Hungary. The Jews are also threatened and have what is left of their valuables taken away.

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