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  • German Soldiers In The Vilna Ghetto

    On June 24, 1941, two days after German troops invaded the Soviet Union, they occupied Vilna, Lithuania, beginning their assault on the Jewish population. When German troops took control over Vilna, many of the local Jews were forced into ghettos. Once in the ghetto, Jews were forced to work in factories, mending the uniforms of Nazi officers, or on construction sites outside of the ghetto. On September 6, 1941 German troops entered the Vilna ghetto. For two and a half months Nazi soldiers…

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  • Compare And Contrast Genocide And The Holocaust

    genocides is the fact that the Tutsi persecutors were civilian-based militias, so the Tutsi were killed by their neighbors, friends, and family (White 40). In contrast to the Hutu, the Germans murdered the Jews in the form of the army, and the Einsatzgruppen, otherwise known as mobile killing squads. The mobile killing squads would herd together groups of Jews, bring them outside their towns, shoot them, and then bury them in mass graves (Berenbaum). With all things considered, the Germans and…

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  • The Cambodian Genocide: The Holocaust And The Cambodian Genocide

    The Holocaust and the Cambodian Genocide both represent attempts of genocide, or the targeted extermination of an entire race or people. In the weeks and months following the end of World War II, Soviet and Allied liberators slowly uncovered the unspeakable atrocities and systemized murder that characterized the Nazis’ Final Solution plan for ridding Europe of its Jewish population once and for all. On October 24, 1945 the United Nations was established in an effort to promote diplomatic talks…

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  • Hitler's Macbeth: The Qualities Of A Bad Leader

    Leadership can be defined and seen in many different ways, but the base, key qualities of a good leader generally should stay the same. Such qualities include honesty, compassion, integrity, confidence, and flexibility. When referring to a so-called “bad leader”, it is important to tell the difference between being bad at leading, and morally corrupt. When we come across a morally corrupt leader in history, we tend to compare theses base, key qualities of a defined “good” leader to the qualities…

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  • Was Hitler Responsible For The Holocaust

    “The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators.”(ushmm.org). The Holocausts was the world’s most inhumane massacre of Jews by the German Nazis. Adolf Hitler, who firmly believed that Germans were “racially superior”, was supreme power of Europe, due to his proclamation of himself as the Fuhrer. He was a very anti-Semitic man: always plotting atrocious schemes of eradicating the Jews. He…

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  • Justification In Huxley's Brave New World

    Throughout life, goals are necessary in order to keep moving forward. Goals evolve continuously to reach the final end. It is misleading, however, to conclude that the end is simply righteous as the means to reaching some goals are difficult and propose questions about morality. It is not the truly the goals that authors, such as Huxley, and historical events signifies, rather it is the means to reaching this end and whether or not is is justified. Justification is seen throughout history where…

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  • Compare And Contrast The Armenian Genocide And The Holocaust Genocide

    "We must ALWAYS take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented." - Elie Wiese, Noble Peace Prize Winner and Jewish Holocaust Survivor I agree with the quote above because by staying neutral we don 't stand up for what we believe in. We all need to make a stand for what we believe is right and what we believe is wrong. If more people were to stand up for what they believed in perhaps the Holocaust and the Genocide of the…

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  • Shared Knowledge

    Personal and shared knowledge differ in the quantity of individuals who posses this knowledge, as personal knowledge refers to the interpretation of knowledge by a single individual, whereas shared knowledge denotes the ownership of knowledge by a group of individuals. Shared knowledge can also be considered timeless as each generation may use the same shared knowledge, where as personal knowledge can only be used by an individual at a certain point in time. Because these two concepts share a…

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  • Why Did The Holocaust Happen

    What is the Holocaust? The Holocaust, which originates from the ancient Greek language, means "sacrifice by fire". The Holocaust was Nazi Germany 's resolve during World War Two to eliminate Jews throughout all Europe. The Holocaust resulted in the death of 6 million Jews which was two-thirds of the European Jewish population before the second World War. Why did the Holocaust happen? The Holocaust was part of Nazi Germany 's final solution program which was based on antisemitism. Nazi Germany…

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  • The Horrors Of Anne Frank And The Holocaust

    plan to annihilate the whole Jewish population in Europe. Hitler called this plan of his, “The Final Solution.” This plan entailed how he wished to annihilate Jews throughout Europe. For example, Hitler created four groups that were called the Einsatzgruppen, and each section contained…

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