The Holocaust

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    as the Holocaust. The Holocaust impacted the way people think and the way they continued their lives. It teaches us lessons that can keep a person from making horrible mistakes. We can also learn that major choices that one makes can also impact not only you, but also a whole group of people. The Holocaust certainly was one of the worst events to take place in not only Europe, but also in history. Germans, Jews, and life-long Nazis had different views on the Holocaust. One Jewish Holocaust…

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    happened to six million Jews in the Holocaust. This event to put simply was a horrific massacre. As Sharon explains “The sad and horrible conclusion is that no one cared that Jews were being murdered... This is the Jewish lesson of the Holocaust and this is the lesson which Auschwitz taught us”. Without looking back and learning from the Holocaust, the horrific events would have all been in vain. Eleven million people were killed in cold blood in the Holocaust, for this the…

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    A key debate among historians is whether or not the Holocaust was a long term plan by Hitler to annihilate the Jews. Goldhagen argues that it was a long-term plan, but that circumstances meant the plan had to be adapted at times. Peukert argues similarly but sees Nazi treatment of Jews as part of a widespread desire to target ‘alien’ groups within Germany. However, Berghahn argues that the Holocaust was not part of a long term plan but rather a result of circumstances brought on by World War Two…

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    History Of The Holocaust

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    Throughout the course of history, there have been many outrageous acts performed against individuals and groups of people as well. World War II, more specifically the Holocaust, is one of the most well-known, despicable black marks in history. It wasn’t just a war, it was the attempted genocide of an entire race: the Jewish people. Germany wanted to purge the world of them and started by using concentration camps, otherwise known as death camps. In these camps, the “unfavorable people” were…

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    Theories Of The Holocaust

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    the word “holocaust” means Whole Burned,there are many theories of himmler and the genocide,but yet some not based on ethical fact. one theory of the holocaust, was that the government was strictly in charge of the genocide. others, however state that “common people” were wrongly educated about the genocide and usually thought it was the right thing to do. This genocide is one of the most horrific acts, that should be educated civil as possible. “Heinrich Himmler was commander of Hitler's…

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    masterminds behind the operation, it truly seemed like nothing could stop this destructive force. The killing squads jump started even concentration camps and other killing methods used in the Holocaust, this event was truly entirely their fault. The Einsatzgruppen were groups of people in Hitler’s ranks in the Holocaust who would hunt down minorities and killed them. They had many other tasks besides just…

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    Women In The Holocaust

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    The way women in the Holocaust were treated has been overlooked and still is today. Horrible occurrences took place against women and their children. Gender played a big role in how someone would be treated. Women were subjected to discrimination and overall neglect. Doris Bergen, author of What Do Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Contribute, presents that “a collaborator grabs the child and throws him into the already burning building”. This happening is just one of the many tragedies…

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    The Holocaust took place between 1938 and 1945. The Holocaust was the systematic murder of Jews, Gypsies, homosexuals, and political opponents of the Nazi party. The Holocaust killed between 5-6 million Jews. Many people feel that the Germans who were not being persecuted by the Nazis should have said something to the United States, but this simply was not an option. The Germans that were not held in the concentration camps had a good reason for not saying anything about the atrocities of the…

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    The Pianist captures the effects of the Holocaust in a real way, making it hard emotionally to watch. I had only heard about how intense the Holocaust was, but I’d never watched a film showing the experience of it. I think the film captured the Holocaust honestly for what it was. The harsh truth was empowering and made me truly grateful for my life today. It was tough to watch the genocidal behaviors of the Nazis being applied to anyone deemed less than. I think the hardest part for me was…

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    When the subject of the Holocaust is brought up, there are many ideas, debates, and theories that surround the topic; some even debate that it never even happened. Many different scholars as well as others have discussed and debated the reasons why it happened, how it happened, and so forth. One of the most popular debates surrounding the Holocaust is whether or not the atrocities that took place were the intent of Hitler from the beginning or whether they were just outcomes of the circumstances…

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