about 80 people
In "Night" by Elie Wiesel, there is no specific mention of the number of people who got off the train car at Buchenwald concentration camp. However, the book describes the chaotic and brutal conditions upon arrival, where many prisoners were immediately killed or died shortly after.
In the book, Night, people were packed into cattle cars. The book does not specify a number, and only gives a generalization.
Night Train - novel - has 149 pages.
Night Train to Lisbon has 438 pages.
It would depend on the requirements of the proprietor of the train.
Night - book - has 109 pages.
Acquainted with the Night - book - has 302 pages.
In the book A Night to Remember there are no main characters. The story is told from many different points of view by many different people. It is a non-fiction book that has many survivors of the Titanic telling what they experienced on the boat.
They repeated the phrase "Never shall I forget..."
There were two ghettos in Sighet (in Night).
Yes they can train people in many stuff in the water.