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    Allies Liberation of Concentration Camps Unfortunately the Holocaust was one of the darkest moments in human history, showing the negative capability of oppression and hate directed towards a group of people. The Holocaust represented the ultimate depths of human morality and just how far it can carry and pile on, each action by the Nazis more evil than the last. For many the liberation of Nazi camps by the Allies could not have come sooner. World War II had devastated just about every corner…

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    Life in the ghettos and the concentration camps during the Holocaust was brutal and their lives were in the merciless hands of the SS officers. The Jews were taken from their homes and put into force labor and worked in conditions that were cold, rainy, muddy, and Jews slept on concrete or wooden beds. Jews first started out in the ghettos and then were moved to the concentration camps where selection and forced labor began. Many of Jews were killed and put through brutal lives. The prisoners…

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    during the Holocaust where thousands of Jews had their shops raided. It was a huge, massively coordinated attack on huge Jewish communities throughout Germany and parts of Italy, and it only happened in the span of a couple nights. The origin of Kristallnacht started in an unpredictable way, had a huge effect on people, and still is remembered through the aftermath of the tragedy. Some of the key components about Kristallnacht was the main cause, the effect on society, and the aftermath of the…

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    Ethnic Cleansing Holocaust

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    Based on my studies of genocides and the Holocaust, I have come to the conclusion that genocide’s do not always require a powerful leader in order for such tragic horrors to take place. On the contrary, it takes a merciless and inhuman organization of individuals led by a commander in order for such catastrophe to occur. Even as an adult who had no involvement in the Holocaust, the validity behind the extermination of Jews can still resonate tremendous sorrow and guilt for what occurred. I…

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    about the Holocaust, and more specifically the Aftermath of it – the creation of the State of Israel. There is no more difficult story to tell in the history of mankind. Although this topic has been discussed over and over again, We must talk of the concentration camps and the extermination to prevent its recurrence. Duty of remembrance is essential for all citizens and future citizens. Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. Moreover, talk freely about the Holocaust seems…

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    The Holocaust. A devastating and unforgettable scar left on humanity. Should it still be taught in school systems so we will remember it for generations to come? I argue that it should because, memory shapes us and teaches us. To continue to honor those who suffered and died, lastly it’s where our redemption lies. Memory is what shapes us and teaches us about the past. When we learn about the past and what has happened we will be more likely to remember the signs leading up to the event to…

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    The Holocaust During the Holocaust, approximately six million people died; 1.5 million children and 4.5 adults perished in this 12 year nightmare. Many reacted and supported this act, while others strongly disagreed. No matter which side was the most significant, there were multiple responses to this tragedy. U.S. Response to the Holocaust During World War II, the U.S. fought endlessly for 12 years, fighting to save the world. The Holocaust affected over 6 million people, and it also changed…

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    repeatedly after the holocaust in WW2. The Simple analysis cartoon created by Michael “SUDSEY” Sutherland, depicts the ineffectiveness of the U.N. to prevent genocide and fatal global conflict. In the panel on the left the U.N’s belief of engaging diplomatically without using armed force is portrayed. The Panel On the Right depicts the multiple genocides that have occurred since the U.N was formed in 1945, despite the U.Ns belief of diplomatic engagement. The Jewish Holocaust during WW2 and the…

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    genocides, some worse than the others. However, a couple have hit the bullseye, when it comes to being the worst genocides known to man. The Holocaust, mainly along with the Armenian genocide has caught the attention of people all over the world for various reasons. The author of “The Zookeeper’s Wife: A War Story”, Diane Ackerman captured the reality of the Holocaust in her book based on mainly the diaries of Antonina Zabinski. “The Zookeeper 's Wife: A War Story recounts how the Warsaw Zoo was…

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    The Holocaust is the most notorious act of hatred and evil to date. Millions of Jews were brutally persecuted and murdered, because of their religion and decent. Not only were Jews murdered, but many others of different religions and ethnicities had their lives taken. All of this was done because of one mans hatred towards these innocent people. Adolf Hitler was the headmaster of the horrific acts performed in the holocaust. He convinced the German people that Jews were toxic and damaging…

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