Entanglement is deemed a valuable resource for quantum computing and lies at the heart of quantum information. At the same time, current experiments are venturing into the realm of quantum systems consisting of many particles. In this book, different aspects of entanglement and non-locality in multiparticle systems are investigated. First, it presents an approach for an experimental verification of non-locality and entanglement with a high statistical significance. Second, a criterion for genuine multiparticle entanglement is introduced. Furthermore, this criterion also allows for a way of quantifying multiparticle entanglement. Analytical criteria for entanglement in a special class of quantum states, so-called graph states, are presented. These criteria turn out to be also necessary for entanglement in certain cases. Finally, ways of generalizing a non-local hidden-variable model proposed by Leggett are shown.