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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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    Maus, a graphic novel, written and illustrated by Art Spiegelman has been created to showcase what the Jews experienced throughout the Holocaust. But the novel is not simply a story of surviving the war, but a recollection of how the impacts affected the people involved and generations after them. This is shown through Vladek emotionally not surviving the Holocaust, how generations after still feel the impact and through Vladeks relationship with Mala. Vladek was able to physically survive the…

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    the voice for all of these people that have been silenced due to dehumanization. The Holocaust was a genocide during World War II in which Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany systematically murdered some seven million European Jews. Elie Wiesel was a Holocaust survivor who chose to be the voice and advocate for people who have been dehumanized. He wrote the Night Trilogy, where he spoke of his experiences and the aftermath. The text addresses the topic of dehumanization, and how this…

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    Have you ever heard of the Holocaust? Maybe, it was you heard about it through the Dairy of Anne Franke. It is a brilliant novel informing you on the horrible things that happened during the Holocaust. During the holocaust, over six million Jews were killed. They were murdered by the Nazi’s and the infamous Hitler himself. Adolf Hitler was the leader of these people murdering innocent people, who only was crime was being Jewish. Since when is a religion a crime? These people were murdered for no…

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    World War II. With the progression of the story, the lasting impact of the War and the Holocaust becomes clear. Memories and the past can have an enduring effect on a person’s relationships, personality, and outlook. Memories and the past, two things that are challenging to rid one’s self of, are ever present and can be found throughout relationships. Vladek’s experiences during the War and its aftermath seeped into the pores of his relationship with his wife. “‘A wire hanger you give him!…

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    the time of Hitler’s power and the Holocaust, the Germans justified the killing of millions of Jews because they stood behind Hitler’s belief that Jews were evil and the cause of Germany’s economic decline after WWI. Genocide, is the systematic method of terminating lived based on religion, culture or location in which they live. Eliminating lives using gas chambers or executing with guns are a couple of examples of genocide used during the time of the Holocaust. Concentration camps were set up…

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    Night Elie Wiesel Themes

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    Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented.” Elie wiesel was a best selling author, a Jewish Romanian-American writer, a Professor, and a human activist. Wiesel’s novel ‘Night’, as well as many other books dealing with Judaism, the Holocaust, and the moral responsibility of the people to fight hatred, racism and genocide. He was focused more on letting the world know his story and the tragedies the Jews have faced through the rough times. The moral lesson throughout his life in…

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    instigator of the war, was Adolf Hitler. The war, however, would probably not have occurred had he never taken power. The conditions for his rise to power was a perfect storm of poor leadership, nationalism, and the aftermath of the first world war. Germany was so weak in the aftermath, that the power vacuum that was created, as well as the oppression that was placed on the German people, that it is fair to wonder if the Treaty of Versailles had not been a “harsh peace” (Pema Dechen Rapten,…

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    opened up to the idea of anti-semitism. That seems peculiar, considering the fact that today, Hitler is most famously known as the heinous totalitarian dictator of Nazi Germany, and the core of an immense amount of drastic atrocities, including the Holocaust. Born in Austria, Hitler grew up to be one of the most nefarious leaders in history. Adolf Hitler is one of the most important people in the world of politics, war, and human rights; he is accountable for worldwide destruction, committed…

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    indirect and direct threats are made to it, but a nation should not overestimate its power over other nations. Though a valid reason to go into war if the opposing force is a threat to the nation, factors should be taken into consideration if the aftermath of the war would leave it in ruins. Also, taking care of the nation does not essentially mean going into war and potentially risking its honour for any cause, it means to prioritize domestic policy and to prosper. It should balance the pros…

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