The Holocaust: The Tragedy Of The Holocaust

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The holocaust was one of the worst genocides taken place in history. Eleven million innocents lives were taken by a mass murder, Adolf Hitler. He deliberately killed millions of people just because they were Jewish. With today’s society, it will be impossible for something like that to reoccur. Today’s massive access to the internet and social media will make it impossible to hide and not take action on what was occurring, we also no longer have a dictatorship like they had back in the day, and today’s society is more accepting to things and people unlike the past. The holocaust was something most people who not only lived through but also learned about it, will never forget such a tragedy because the damage it caused many people. That is …show more content…
The very few counties that still allow dictators however, are very more cautions with how they run things because the fear of other countries interfering and ultimately the tragedy of the Holocaust. Sadly, back when the holocaust happened things were very much different. It wasn’t rare to have a dictator taking over a country and making all the rules. Freedom was something that was not preached to the world so it made it easy to accept a dictator. Adolf Hitler was one of the worst dictators our world has seen thus far. He was able to convince people Jewish were harming “their world” and they all needed to be killed. “…a cabinet meeting was held during which Hitler and Göring discussed how to obstruct what was left of the democratic process to get an Enabling Act passed by the Reichstag. This law would hand over the constitutional functions of the Reichstag to Hitler, including the power to make laws, control the budget and approve treaties with foreign governments” (“Hitler becomes Dictator” 1). Adolf Hitler was now in complete control of everything and everyone. This now allowed him to fulfill his needs of getting rid of every Jewish person due to his hatred towards them. His dictatorship allowed him to and then convinced the people around him, that they too hated Jewish …show more content…
Learning about it alone, gives many people the chills and vivid images of such a vicious act we never want to happen again. Our country has developed with our massive access to the Internet, our top of the line technology, our limit on dictators in countries, and laws against racism because of our acceptance to all types of people and things. Tragedies like so, can only help us grow and learn so no one has to ever experience such cutely. There is no doubt in my mind that something like the Holocaust will can reoccur with today’s society. We have become so much stronger and bolder and our sources will only to continue to grow from here. Adolf Hitler has left a mark on us all, the mark of strength and

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