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    Disrespect The Holocaust

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    The Holocaust was a horrible event and many ethnic groups were mistreated but Jews experienced some of the worse prejudice in history. Jews were forced to leave their homes and pay for other people to move in. They were forced to use coupons that barely gave them enough food to survive. And on top of all this these people were brutally mistreated and disrespected. But these are only a few of the terrible things that happened to Jews during The Holocaust. Imagine being forced to leave your home…

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    The Holocaust Museum

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    The Holocaust Museum The site I chose was The KSU Museum of History and Holocaust Education (KSU Exhibit), which is located in Kennesaw, Georgia on Kennesaw State University campus. This Museum was opened in 2003. The KSU memorial was established to present programs and exhibitions on WW2 and the Holocaust. This museum was put in place to educate people on the Holocaust. What I found interesting is that when you go to this one site exhibit you will meet men and woman who have survived the…

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    Did you know that about 5.9 million Jews died in the holocaust? Many lives of infants, babies, toddlers, kids, teenagers, parents, adults, grandparents, and etc. that were Jews were killed. I know, I know you are wondering what type of horrible people could do such an awful thing to all of these innocent people. Well their names were the Natzis!!! It’s time to stop running my mouth and get to this subject… Let’s start off talking about the Jews, Adolf Hitler, and Natzi’s!!!... Judaism is a…

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    Holocaust Reflection

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    As a young practicing Jewish American, there were not many years where the word, Holocaust did not have a strong meaning to me. The Holocaust was the murder of over 6 million Jews and over 8 million non Jews by Nazi Germany. I grew up constantly being educated on the historical tragedy. It was a part of my history therefore, my parents made sure to make it a part of my education. Unfortunately, this is not the case for most individuals not just in America, but world-wide as well. It is not…

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    Characteristics of totalitarianism such, as Ideology, methods of enforcement, and dynamic leaders contributed to the atrocities of World War II in countries like Germany by causing the holocaust. Such atrocities caused caused millions of innocent who didn’t deserve to die. One characteristic of totalitarianism was contributed to the holocaust was ideology to find a way to set goals of the state and justify government actions in taking small steps to reach a certain goal. However, this required…

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    Holocaust Survivors

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    Liberators/Rescuers/Resisters of the Holocaust The Liberators of the Holocaust were people who were allies and went to Nazi concentration camps and saved the people there. The people who liberated camps were not just Americans though, Soviet troops liberated Majdanek in July 1944 and continued in liberating camps all across Eastern Europe, another camp that the Soviets liberated was Auschwitz in January 1945. Starting from the Western side of Europe, the United States forces liberated Buchenwald…

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    The Holocaust The Holocaust is something that The Jews will never forget. In this period there were a lot of Persecution. The master of the 6 millions killed was the Nazis. They had no mercy with people and they murdered every Jews they saw. The USA were the one who tried to help the Jews in this situation. Adolf Hitler were the boss of the Nazis. He was born in Australia in 1889. The reason why Hitler try to revolt is because when he was in Vietnam he wanted to be a artist but we told him…

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    Would you speak out for strangers when horrific things happened around you? Unfortunately, Jewish Holocaust was a significant case that happened in history that no one stand up for it until 6 million Jewish people were murdered by the Nazi Germany SS officers between 1933 and 1945. The Holocaust was unprecedented attempt made by Nazi Germany and it collaborator to annihilate the Jewish people and to destroy what the Nazis defined as Judaism. The people who have one Jewish grandparent were…

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    The Holocaust In America

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    “On the face of it, the increasing preoccupation with the Holocaust is not very logical” (Bauer 15). It has been seventy years since the Holocaust ended yet it continues to be a relevant part of American History. In the United States there are endless opportunities to learn about the Holocaust in America: books, articles, movies, and museums. This is very perplexing considering the Holocaust did not occur in the United States nor were the American people part of the Nazi Germany that killed six…

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    Revisionists Holocaust

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    The evidence the revisionists have as their proof defending that the Holocaust or specific events or Nazi atrocities did not happen include, investigators took hair and hair clasps that were found in the investigation. These were tested for cyanide and tested the covers of ventilation ducts where it was told the prisoners were trapped under. These people dispute the validity of the accusations of the mass killings. Accusations of the mass killings were disputed for the fact that investigators…

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