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    complexities of analyzing the Holocaust by saying, ”Since the end of those days, millions were killed, and killed irrespective of whether they had act nobly or not, selflessly or selfishly, the very effort now to judge or analyze what they did and how, to weigh against that what they might have done that they didn’t do (or might have done that they did do), seems itself a violation.” (p.113) Survivor testimonies offer victims and outlet to express their thoughts about the Holocaust and hopefully…

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    During the Holocaust Jews were stripped of their Human Rights and were forced to wear the Star of David because they were thought to be a threat. Jews were separated and forced into deadly ghettos in large cities for a extermination. Besides the deadly intent these ghettos had they were in such poor conditions that before the Nazis were able to exterminate any of the Jews some had often died from diseases and starvation. Jews were the sent to concentration camps which were created 1933 to…

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    To this day, the Holocaust is an incredibly painful experience to speak of. The horrifying experience of pain and disillusionment left survivors hesitant on telling their stories of experience. One of the Jews who swore not to speak of his imprisonment was Elie Wiesel. He, along with other Jews, agreed not to speak of the horrors that they underwent. In 1955 however, he broke that agreement and decided to speak out. He said that it would be like them suffering all over again, if they were…

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    The aftermath of World War II (WWII) on Earth showed the reality and the selfishness of humanity. Large events in history such as the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki along with the Holocaust shows evidence of the terrible things that mankind has done simply because of stronger forces influencing them. The bombing of Hiroshima was America’s plan to drop an atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima, Japan, and Nagasaki. One of the reasons for this was to get some sort of revenge for the bombing of…

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    to her, as though it is minor, she compares it to that of the Holocaust, of when she was injured with a scar on her face that didn’t receive attention to be fixed for eight years. She also had a friend, Martha, who had gone as crazy as she did after seeing the photos of the aftermath of the Holocaust and the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Lastly, she remembers her mother…

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    The Holocaust Has Created The Present -Ibrahim Atcha-CH2CD- The Holocaust and The Present A lot can be said on the horrific events that the holocaust was a parent to. The repercussions and the aftermath of the holocaust is what is taught in history today. However, many still yet fail to see the substantial repercussions and the legacy which was left behind by the holocaust that may still be recognized in the…

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    In the aftermath of World War 1 that left Germany feeling guilty and humiliated, the German people were looking for someone to blame. The Treaty of Versailles in 1919 had devastating effects on the political stability, economic growth, and military power of the country. From this aftermath rose the fascist dictator Adolf Hitler who convinced the nation that the Jews resulted in the loss of the Great War. In 1933 the Holocaust began and reigned terror on Jews across Europe for close to 12 years,…

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    countries but it wasn’t the same a few decades ago. During the Holocaust, many Jewish people were discriminated, abused, and slaughtered as well as being brutally tortured in countless ways by the Nazis. From being burned alive, to dying of hunger and frigid coldness, there were no possible signs of virtue. Elie Wiesel, a survivor of the Holocaust, shares with the world the transfixing experiences as a victim of the horrid event . The holocaust, a systematic mass murder of Jews, contradicts the…

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    The Nazis killed over six million Jews and millions of other Polish and Soviet civilians in the Holocaust. They also killed gypsies, physically and mentally disabled people and homosexuals. The number of survivors today are quickly dwindling down. Clinical psychologist Natan Kellermann defines a Holocaust survivor as any Jew who lived under Nazi occupation and was threatened by the “final solution” (Kellermann 199). This definition can be applied not only to Jews, but to anyone in general whose…

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    Right And Wrong Analysis

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    took place as a result of of the aftermath of World War I. After a humiliating defeat, Germany’s ruined landscape and crippled economy crushed the nation’s spirits and identity. Adolf Hitler, a radical German fascist, seized this opportunity and rose to power. His regime is know as the Third Reich, a policy of “purifying” the the world to fit his delusions, which eventually led to one of the most notorious genocides of the century: the Holocaust. The word Holocaust means “to sacrifice by fire”,…

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