24 April 2006, 23.56 CET
“Two ghettos were created in Sighet. A large one in the center of town occupied four streets, and another smaller one extended over several alleyways on the outskirts of town. The street we lived on, Serpent Street, was in the first ghetto. We therefore could remain in our house. But, as it occupied a corner, the windows facing the street outside the ghetto had to be sealed. We gave some of our rooms to relatives who had been driven out of their homes.”
—Wiesel, Elie. Night. Translated by Marion Wiesel. New York: Hill and Wang, 2006. p. 11.