The Horrifying American Roots Of Nazi Eugenics Essay

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Throughout my Education years, I’ve always wondered if the schools that I attended, will I really learn everything about America history? I feel like the school system has been hiding so much that they think we as students should not know about. I even noticed that some teachers or even most teachers do not like to teach the curriculum that was given. I remember reading my history textbook about the Holocaust and my teacher would get mad at the text because not all the information that happened in the past were not given. My teacher even suggested that there is more things that were left untold by the government. After school, I would go use my mother laptop and search in more information on the textbook and about the Holocaust, there were …show more content…
While reading this article, I knew the Nazis were a group of scientist, but for them to experiment on humans to find a perfect human offspring, it is just pure evil the way they handle their experiment. I just did not realized that the concept of having the “the white, blonde hair, and blue eyes human” were actually created by the United States. The idea came mostly in California and it created a American eugenics movement campaign for ethnic cleansing. California was the epicenter of the American eugenics movement. I still couldn’t believe that we made that idea, because I thought it was Hitler and his crew who were the ones who created that notion in being perfect you needed to be white with blonde hair and blue eyes and anyone else should be exterminated. I just did not knew that we had benefactors in America to support this movement and create the perfect human being. While also having the most prestigious scientist from Yale, Princeton, Harvard, and Stanford to perform certain experiments. It is still a mind boggling thought that my country of birth would be the one who created this

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