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    and Cannibal Holocaust is perpetrated by human beings. In Funny Games, cruelty is dealt with a heavy but nonchalant hand by highly creepy, unnaturally polite and detached young men who repeatedly call out the audience on their nature and motivations. By asking the audience if we are sated, our thin immersion within the film is broken and we find ourselves suddenly disconnected and forced into introspection. Why are we watching this? Is this entertaining? Even though Cannibal Holocaust turned…

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    The Language Of Trauma

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    We as humans experience trauma during some time in our life, such as the loss of a loved one, war, rape, and segregation. These traumas can leave a long lasting effect on a person. It can isolate a person from others leaving them in silence and also with a shadow of themselves that is unrecognizable. With trauma, a wall of silence can build around a person and begin to chip away parts of them, by sharing their stories the wall can be broken and the person can begin to heal. Trauma is a concept…

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    he Impact of Writing Style in Night The Holocaust was an event that could have only been conjured in the darkest and most terrifying depths of the human mind. It was, and still is, nearly unfathomable as to how one could possibly treat a fellow human like the Nazis treated the Jews during the Holocaust. Bestselling Author and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Elie Wiesel, experienced these horrific events first-hand, as he is a Holocaust survivor himself. As a survivor, he especially cannot comprehend…

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    the war was September 2, 1945 ,war was not completely ended on that day. It continued to wage on and more casualties happened during the aftermath of the war. During WWII over “insert statistic” people in total died, which was more casualties than WWI. Although, during this war there were more events going on. During WWII as stated in the previous page the Holocaust, D-Day, and Pearl Harbor were going on which caused the number of casualties to rise as opposed to…

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    Ruth In The Chrysalids

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    who is right and wrong during the aftermath of a supposed nuclear holocaust. The Chrysalids, which is a book written by John Wyndham in 1955, tells a story that is unique, because throughout the tale, it can be unclear who the reader should be rooting for. Waknuk and Sealand seem to be the most civilized communities thriving after the Tribulations, but their views differ in many ways. Both communities could potentially be the cause of a second nuclear holocaust, but it is more likely that Waknuk…

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    The violence and horror of the two World Wars and the Holocaust not only altered the Western notion of ‘religion’ and ‘secular’ but changed how society was understood. With the deaths of millions and a 90% wipe out of the Jewish race in Europe alone by the notions of one singular Germany party who rose to power through Germany’s weak years from the recovery of the First World War. Yet not all Germans were involved in this persecution nor did many of them actually understand fully the real…

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    committing war crimes in World War II, before the Nuremberg trials were held and the principle of war crimes was stated (George Wald, BrainyQuote). The Nuremberg Trials were a series of trials to punish the Nazis and other people involved in the Holocaust accused of horrible crimes during World War II. The crimes against humanity and war were common crimes to be convicted for at the time. The trials at Nuremberg are so important in history today because they were a warning to those who try to…

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    things. Christopher Browning shows us an example of a group of normal men who committed terrible crimes. He also offers insight on who the men really were in their lives before the war. The book begins with Browning giving us statistics on the Holocaust in Poland. He reinforces the fact that most of the killing happened in Poland which required…

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    anti-Semitism was embraced by the Soviet troops and the Anglo-Saxons and it had spread to several parts of Europe. Adolf Hitler walks away from the Holocaust not only the reason for the millions of mass murders that he organized, but also the psychological suffering of the people of Germany after the termination of his reign. The aftermath is just as damaging as the Holocaust itself, which was considered the one of the most gruesome, destructive, devastating times in history alone. Adolf…

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    I. Before: Analysis of Roots Causes: The underlying causes that led up to the Holocaust were antisemitism, socio- economic conditions, Aryan-racism, scapegoating, imperialism and a power-grab. The first anti-semitic act, was after Jesus was put to death by the Roman authorities. However, the gospel accounts were interpreted as blaming all Jewish people for the crucifixion of Christ. After the crucifixion, Roman armies destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem. Jewish people were exiled. They were…

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