Essay On Nurses In The Holocaust
Nurses during the Holocaust made history with the crimes they have done which they were forced to commit or be punished. Nurses and physicians have taken millions of innocent Jews lives away from them too soon. “In 1939, only nine percent of the nurses were members of the Nazi sisterhood,” (“Euthanasia Nurses”). Someone, anyone could have stopped Hitler from doing these crimes; Hitler knew he could not be stopped. Unfortunately, during the Holocaust, nurses participated in horrific atrocities, if nurses and others had refused to participate in such acts lives might have been saved.
A collection of scientists tortured and used the Jews to contemplate experiments on them. “Anywhere …show more content…
After World War 2, historians discovered that nurses and physicians murdered over 200,000 individuals (“Euthanasia Program”). Hitler thought that no one could stop him; He spoke of times past and future and dreamt of things to be. He dreamed of having all Jews killed, he got close but not close enough. Many of Jews died during this awful event. All anyone can do now is remember the humans who were killed and have been formidable from Hitler and his soldiers. We make sure nothing like this happens again in history. The doctors so did cruel experiments to the Jews, have gone into history for medical criminals ("Nazi Medical Experimentation."). Half of the Jews were tortured or used for experiments and, unfortunately, did not make it, nurses killed all Jews that had no good in this life, and nurses was forced to take in any Jew and if they do obey their rules they will be punished. Even after the Holocaust is over with, there will still be discrimination against Jews and other religions. Unfortunately, during the Holocaust, nurses participated in horrific atrocities, if nurses and others had refused to participate in such acts lives might have been