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    Holocaust denial The Holocaust was a genocide in which six million Jews were killed by the Nazi regime, controlled by Adolf Hitler and its collaborators; the killings took place through Nazi Germany and German occupied territories. Between 1941 and 1945, Jews were targeted and murdered by the Nazi regime. The Holocaust was divided in various parts; first they passed laws to exclude Jews from civil society, later they started to group them into neighborhoods called ghettos, which were extremely uncomfortable and dangerous for the health. After the ghettos, Jews were sent by train to the extermination camps in which they worked until the point that the Nazis killed them, in gas chambers. The gas chambers are very important because it wasn't…

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    Method The Holocaust is a world-renowned event. “We know about the Holocaust through a convergence of evidence such as documents, testimonies, facilities, inferential evidence, and photographs” (Farmer, 2014, p. 39). A rising conspiracy throughout the world is the theory of Holocaust Denial. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum stated, “Holocaust denial is an attempt to negate the established facts of the Nazi genocide of European Jewry.” Many revisionists deny the Holocaust events…

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    What Is Holocaust Denial?

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    Holocaust denial Is an attempt to negate the already established facts of the holocaust. Ultimately, along with holocaust distortion, it is a form of antisemitism. Generally, they are motivated by anti semitism and are generated by the thought that the whole catastrophe was created by the Jew to gain international sympathy and attention. Holocaust denial, distortion, and misuse all undermine the understanding of history. Holocaust denial, distortion, and misuse are strategies certain groups have…

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    Not only was Irving able to manipulate the concept of cognitive authority in his two books, but Holocaust revisionists in general have been able to manipulate cognitive authority of historians in other ways. Deborah Lipstadt, in her book Denying the Holocaust, offers a great insight on just how Irving and other revisionists have been able to become so prominent. She says that revisionists have been able to gain some amount of authority by “camouflaging their goals” (Lipstadt 1993). They hide…

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    Anne Frank Inspiration

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    River he crossed on his way to the camp. Louise was trying to find positive things to write down such as, “Yesterday, I ate rice , weenies, and cabbage with a knife. That was an experience for me!” (Oppenheim par.22) These two individuals have been trying to keep positive and optimistic during them extreme and harsh conditions. Some may say that Anne Frank’s positivity would be pointless because she would be captured, sent to an concentration camp, then die. Her positivity showed example for…

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    People all around the world judge others for being different than them. People might not do anything or others could go do something about it. People have always been violent but people who are violent just because someone is a different color,race, or religion. But what happens when a whole race is hated just because they are themselves. Having a positive attitude is the best response to conflict, especially in time of war. The Jewish people stayed positive in their time of hardship, like Anne…

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    Denying The Holocaust

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    The denial of the systematic execution of the Jewish people during World War Two is a post-war phenomenon that rejects the historical fact. One of their claims is that the Nazi concept of a ‘Final Solution” meant the emigration of the Jews, not their eradication. Along with the explicit rejection of the Holocaust, denial includes the detraction and deformation of the evidence and events. Holocaust deniers associate themselves as “historical revisionists” believing that this title gives them…

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    Causes Of The Holocaust

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    began. The Holocaust is one of the most well known genocide durning World War II. Jews, gays, and disabled people where often the ones placed in the concentration camps in Nazi Germany. Some may try to deny history, saying that the Holocaust never happened, but there is hard evidence, as well as many survivors, that prove its occurrence. The Holocaust was a devastating genocide during Word War II. It took place under Nazi Germany and lasted from 1933 to 1945. During that time period…

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    1. Ken Moses and Elizabeth Kubler- Ross both agreed on denial having some sort of purpose in the grieving process. Denial in our society is often looked as a negative emotion, but in my opinion I think this a normal reaction. In which someone has to go through denial to reach the other stages in the grieving process. Unlike Dr. Ross, Moses believed that denial is present through all the steps of his theory of the grieving process. Ken Moses states that denial is also important in order to…

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    These steps include denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance (Axelrod, “Five Stages”). These stages do not occur in a particular order and can take differing lengths of time to experience. Everyone deals with grief in different ways and at unique times. While these stages do not always happen in one order, I have put them in the order I experienced when I lost my grandfather, Pappy. Accordingly, denial seems to be the first stage I went through. Kubler-Ross and Kessler describe this…

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