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    Different Perspectives Towards the Holocaust The Holocaust has revolutionized the globe throughout time, witnessing the gruesome event where more than a thousand victims specifically targeting Jews, have been massacred and tortured by the German union known as Nazis ruled over by Hitler, forming an ideal for the Nazi’s organization to eradicate the Jewish population. During the Holocaust Jewish children, men, women, old and young were sent to camps, where there they were worked to death and if…

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    Stages of The Holocaust The Holocaust was a time period before, and during World War II that consisted of German Nazis mistreating Jews and other Non-Aryan civilians. Many people believe that during the Holocaust Nazis just killed Jews in gas chambers, but the holocaust was much more than that. There were four main stages of the Holocaust. These stages were propaganda, Nuremberg laws, Kristallnacht, and the Final Solution. The first stage, Propaganda, took place between the years of 1920 and…

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    The Holocaust was an eventful time in history. A lot of things happened that people do not even realize. The holocaust not only affected Jewish people, it also targeted homosexual, women and children. A topic I found interesting about the holocaust was the idea of hidden children. It has rarely been talked about how they hid the identities of Jewish children by given them fake papers and hid them in different places during the holocaust so they could survive. The Hidden children of the…

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    the holocaust end. Millions of Jews found their family’s dead, homes destroyed and had no place to go. Focused attention on world-wide human rights policy. They were forced to deal with reality of human evil. Never again appears on a monument outside the Dachan memorial museum was a concentration camp before it was a museum. For hundreds of years Jewish didn’t have homelands. The holocaust survivors didn’t come as pioneers, but as refugees. Eleanor Roosevelt visited a memorial to the holocaust…

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    McColskey THE HOLOCAUST Much has been written about Adolf Hitler and The Holocaust since the 1940s. The definition of a holocaust is "a disaster that results in the large-scale destruction of life." (Resnick 9) Most people specifically know about only one holocaust; the one Adolf Hitler is responsible for. This Holocaust "refers to the annihilation of millions of Jews and other peoples by Adolf Hitler's Nazi Germany during World War Il" (Resnick 9). More than eleven million innocent people…

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    The Holocaust would not have been as destructive without the planning and execution of the Final Solution. It is the foundation on which the Holocaust is based upon and all that had happened during this depressing time. The Final Solution was a major factor in what the Holocaust stood for and what the intentions of the Germans were for the Jews. To begin with, The Final Solution was the plan implemented on the annihilation of all the Jews in the German society. The Final Solution was carried out…

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    from the soldiers to the torched Jewish sent to the camps. History is known to only tell one side of the story which usually happens to be the Victorians or the dominant side of the battle which makes the story almost alway bias. Learning about the holocaust I now understand what took place in the camps and all the horrible thing that were done to the Jew and those who were not processed as normal. The Nazis told many lies to keep the suspicion from the camps they measured everyone and made them…

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    The Holocaust was one of the greatest genocide that the whole world will remember forever. The main thing that we think of when we are talking about the Holocaust are the concentration camps, and some people don’t know just how awful it was. One of the biggest and most horrifying concentration camp was, Auschwitz. More people died in Auschwitz than the British and American loses of WWII combined, that is why my partner and I thought this was the most important topic of the Holocaust to be…

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    Guards Perspective on the Holocaust Did you know that in most concentration camps there were on average about 7,000 guards on duty? Because of Groening and many other guards, the world is a different place and has different rules. Groening is now 94 and is currently on trial in Germany for mass killings. He is being charged with being a ¨accessory¨ to several hundred thousand murders while he served as an SS Officer at Auschwitz during World War II. He is known as the ¨Bookkeeper of Auschwitz¨…

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    is the most common is the Holocaust. The Holocaust can be called one of the greatest tragedies of the human civilization. One may ask themselves who could be responsible for eleven million deaths, 3 million of them being children under the age of fourteen. Also, the resulting of the survivors, around 2 million people, being dehumanized still to this day. The answer to this question would not be just one person. There are many people who are responsible for the Holocaust, but the main cause of…

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