656 words - 3 pagesOne by one, stacked up like a pile of mud waiting to get burned. The conflagration that was set on the pile of people rose to almost 100ft into the air (Some people believe that this was Hitler's way of showing power to all nations). The only thing left of the people that were burnt were some of their clothes and shoes, which are scattered all over the floor. This incident calls itself the "Holocaust." Holocaust originally means a religious practice in which an offering wasVIEW DOCUMENT
1925 words - 8 pages The Holocaust
No one could ever determine the importance of six million lives, it would be impossible to. “The intentional extermination of six million people has affected the world in ways that we will never know, maybe the person who could have discovered the cure for Cancer or AIDS died in the gas chambers at Auschwitz.” (Fischel, 78). Six million people is fully one fifth of the world's population.
This may not sound like a huge number, but it is. Six million lives all gone. Whole families were wiped out. The Holocaust illustrated many societal conditions in history. Therefore, it is important that we study the effects that the Holocaust had on the concentration camp prisoners.
2187 words - 9 pagesHolocaust
From Hitler's rain of terror came the Holocaust and the extermination of the Jews. It began with the first assault against the Jews to the beginning of ghettoization to Hitler's plan to exterminate the Jews; and then the Nuremberg laws. The horror of the holocaust can never be justified. Hitler was to blame for this act against Humanity.
After the boycott of Jewish business came the laws and views that deprived the Jews of their personal benefits and livelihood. The reason of the boycott was that Jews weren't from Aryan decent, as the German population seems to be. There were two laws passed: 1) the law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service and 2VIEW DOCUMENT
669 words - 3 pages"HOLOCAUST" During World War II, the Germans slaughtered millions of innocent Europeans: Jews, Gypsies, Slavs and other as well as untold thousands of mentally and physically challenged individuals. Holocaust was any widespread human disaster, but when written holocaust, its special meaning is the almost compete destruction of the Jews in Europe by nazi Germany. When Nazi government came to power in Germany in January 1933, it immediately began to take systematic measures against the Jews. From 1933 to 1939, the nazi party, agencies of the government, banks, and businessVIEW DOCUMENT
1395 words - 6 pagesHolocaust. This word can make one quiver. This horrible time inhistory took place between the years 1939-1945. The Germans invadedmany countries in Europe and their final quest ended up being to make theAryan 'race' superior to all other religions and races. One of the results ofthis was six million innocent Jews killed. How could the world sit back andlet this happen without blinking an eye? The fact is that the Germanscovered up their despicable crimes with pictures and footage that was set up.The rest of the world heard the cries of the Jews, but didn't bother toinvestigate further. If the children of today and of the generationsVIEW DOCUMENT
1011 words - 4 pages Death and Humanity in the Holocaust
Within the twentieth century, what event stands out to you as the most inhumane treatment of fellow humans. Without a doubt, most would agree that the Holocaust completely matches this sad frame of reference. The Holocaust in Germany was an unspeakable event in human history. In this terrible act, at its worst in Poland, was the direct cause of the deaths of 62.7% of the Jewish population in Europe (History 1). It is obvious that two themes stand out during this time period death and humanity, or inhumanity for that matter.
The Holocaust was a blemish, not only on the 20th century, but in theVIEW DOCUMENT
1233 words - 5 pagesHolocaust
The Holocaust remains, and will continue to remain as one of the most horrific things that has happened to a group of people. The absolute inhumanity of the Holocaust puzzles people even today. Contemporary people wonder just how it happened, how could a people be systematically killed, tortured, murdered. The answer will probably never be found, but future generations can avoid something like the Holocaust by studying it, and never forgetting.
The Nazi’s did not start out with “The Final Solution”, which did not come till later. The first step on the path to that solution was the Nazi decree defining a non-Aryan as "anyone descended from non-Aryan, especially JewishVIEW DOCUMENT
1989 words - 8 pages The discussion of the Holocaust tends to raise common questions such as, "How could this happen?" or "Could this happen again?" Looking at the past we can observe the events that paved the way for disaster in Germany during World War II.During the early 1920's, following World War I, a young corporal by the name of Adolph Hitler led the fierce growing National Socialist German Workers Party. Hitler, an anti-Semitic, believed that the Jewish race was poisonous and lived off other races, weakening them. As the years passed by, Adolph Hitler's party grew and his word became absolute lawVIEW DOCUMENT
737 words - 3 pages Auschwitz. The Jews who died in the Holocaust came from all over Europe. About 160,000 of them were German jews.On April 19,1943 was the night of Passover. In Warsaw the Jews had very little to celebrate. Millions of Jews were struggling to survive in a ghetto set up by the Nazis.For months the Jews of the ghetto had been secretely preparing for something else.The planned to strike back at the Nazis gathering weapons the could find.By 1943 almost 90 percent of the 450,000 that were forced into the ghetton were dead. Those who lived worked the hardest workers. Before the end of 1939, over 120,000 Jews wereVIEW DOCUMENT
1752 words - 7 pages“Never shall I forget that night, the first night in camp, which has turned my life into one long night, seven times cursed and seven times sealed....Never shall I forget those moments which murdered my God and my soul and turned my dreams to dust. Never shall I forget these things, even if I am condemned to live as long as God Himself. Never.” This quotation, taken from Elie Wiesel’s Night, sums up the unspeakable horrors of the Holocaust and the terrible experiences of those who lived through it.
The word ‘Holocaust’ is derived from the Greek word “Holcauston.” The word “holo” meaning “whole” and “causton” meaning “burned.” It was often used when referring to an animal sacrifice on anVIEW DOCUMENT
1129 words - 5 pages common picture of Franklin Delano Roosevelt as a champion of the oppressed and needy. There was "a self-styled" revisionists who challenged the standard interpretations of the history of the Jewish Holocaust. However, there is a difference between the revisionists that were analyzing FDR and the ones with the Holocaust. Revisionists writing about FDR never denied that there was a man named Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who was the thirty-second President of the U.S.A. In contrast, the "self-styled" revisionists writing about the Holocaust attempt to deny theVIEW DOCUMENT
921 words - 4 pagesHolocaustWhat do you think about when you think about the Second World War? Do you think of all the lives that was taken or do you remember the speaker and leader Adolph Hitler and all of his many deeds? For me there is one thought that keeps tricking my mind: why did the Jews deserve such destiny?During the Second World War six millions Jews died, some were isolated and killed in the death camps and others suffered another painful death. The Nazis hated the Jews so much that they literally wanted to get rid of them forever, so they made these destruction camps where they killedVIEW DOCUMENT
1754 words - 7 pagesHitler said die Endlösung der Judenfrage, History says The Final Solution
The evolution of the Final Solution of the Jewish Question was executed in stages. Was the Final Solution truly the answer? During the time of the Holocaust this idea meant different things at different things. The Holocaust was one of the most traumatic and heart-rending killings. Six million Jews are believed to have been killed during the Holocaust. There were over preconceived ideas and political figures. It all evolved from hatred during the biblical ages. There are many reasons to why the Jewish people were despised. The population perceived the Jews as the killer of Jesus. People used the scapegoat ofVIEW DOCUMENT
2202 words - 9 pages "newest"� immigrants from Asia faced serious problems of ethnic adjustment, yet their children were scoring very high on nationwide tests for high schools and colleges.After learning all this about African-Americans and how they were treated, I wasn't sure if I was ready for more, but the tour had to continue. I moved on to the Holocaust tour. What I learned about the Holocaust was all new to me. The Germans felt that it was the Jews fault for them losing WWI. They were looking for a scapegoat to blame their troubles on. The Nazi's, created by Adolf Hitler, believed that fair-haired, blue-eyed men were superior to all others. Newspapers printed lies that theVIEW DOCUMENT
1090 words - 4 pagesHolocaust Essay "The pen is mightier than the sword" is a line written a century before Anne Frank wrote her famous diary, but it could have been written about her diary. Translated into fifty-five languages and read by twenty-five million people, The Diary of Anne Frank, with its messages of hope, forgiveness, perseverance, and courage, has outlasted the hate and destruction of World War II. In 1956 the diary found an even widerVIEW DOCUMENT
3115 words - 12 pages The delineation of human life is perceiving existence through resolute contrasts. The difference between day and night is defined by an absolute line of division. For the Jewish culture in the twentieth century, the dissimilarity between life and death is bisected by a definitive line - the Holocaust. Accounts of life during the genocide of the Jewish culture emerged from within the considerable array of Holocaust survivors, among of which are Elie Wiesel’s Night and Simon Wiesenthal’s The Sunflower. Both accounts of the Holocaust diverge in the main concepts in each work; Wiesel and Wiesenthal focus on different aspects of their survivals. Aside from the themes, various aspects, includingVIEW DOCUMENT
554 words - 2 pagesMoral indifference. I suppose this statement can have many meanings, but to me it means someone knows something they are doing is wrong but they do not care if it is right or wrong they still go through with it. I feel this is one of the main reasons why the horrible, terrifying period called the Holocaust happened and lasted so long. There were thousands of Americans, Germans, and other Europeans who knew of all the horrific torturing and executions of Jews at the death camps, but still no one said anything and no one stopped the Nazi's fromVIEW DOCUMENT
1208 words - 5 pagesThe central theme of the Holocaust was death, destruction, and loss for so many people. There are so many horrible memories that are left behind from millions. Six million Jews and millions of non-Jews were killed between 1933-1945. The Hebrew translation of Holocaust is offered up; it signifies a burnt offering or offered whole unto the Lord.It is a religious significance. The Nazis spoke of the Jews as "The Final Solution of the Jewish Problem." They defined Jews as a problem to everyone. Their intention was total-to end Jewish history, to eliminate all Jewish blood. (Berenbaum 1) The Jews were first categorized. TheirVIEW DOCUMENT
790 words - 3 pagesVictims of the Holocaust Hitler wanted to create a Master Race of Aryans that would control Europe. He used very powerful propaganda techniques to convince not only the German people, but countless others, that if they killed the people who stood in their way. Hitler told all of his followers that they would become rulers of the world. They destroyed any inferior race or minority including, Jews, Poles, gypsies, mentally ill, homosexuals, and blacks. Hitler started to try and control the German military, police, and government, and he was successful. Hitler led an army of hatred. His men did what they could to kill as many Jews, children, or anything they reallyVIEW DOCUMENT
2055 words - 8 pages as the holocaust. These five years
were possibly the worst in human history, to consider
the effects of this event and learn to never repeat it is
The holocaust was the principle part of Adolf Hitler's
master plan to have the white Aryan race dominate
the world. All other life was unimportant. It was to be
used as either slavery, or be exterminated.
(Auschwitz) Most minorities were counted as the
peoples that must be wiped out, but primarily Jews.
The holocaust was not only Jews however. An
estimated 5.5 million other Slavs, gypsies,
homosexuals, Jehovah's Witnesses, mental defects,
socialists, communists, and any other groups that did
not fit into his vision of the master raceVIEW DOCUMENT
1005 words - 4 pagesThe events leading to the Holocaust were said to be led by some of the most hateful and evil people to ever live. The practices of death led by these people were thought to be insane. How could anyone in their right mind commit such atrocities and show no signs of emotion? These views are best found in both Robert Jay Lifton's "What Made This Man Mengele" and the film "VIEW DOCUMENT
1225 words - 5 pagesEleven million precious lives were lost during the Holocaust of World War II. Six million of these were Polish citizens. Half of these Polish citizens were non-Jews. On August 22, 1939, a few days before the official start of World War II, Hitler authorized his commanders, with these infamous words, to kill "without pity or mercy, all men, women, and children of Polish descent or language. Only in this way can we obtain the living space [lebensraum] we need".Heinrich Himmler echoed Hitler's decree: "All Poles will disappear from the world.... It is essential that the great German peopleVIEW DOCUMENT
1244 words - 5 pagesMany people in the world wonder how anything so terrible as the Holocaust could even happen. And some don't even believe it happened, but those who do know the horror of it all. Some ask the question: how can one man be so cold as to order 6 million human beings to be murdered? The answer I think lies only in the cold dead soul of Adolf Hitler He was the man that ordered those who were not White axon to be killed, even though he himself was not White Anglo-Saxon. The scariest part of the whole holocaust is not the way they were treated, or how they were unreasonably murdered , but hoe Hitler almost succeeded in his "goal". All of those that did not fit the perfectVIEW DOCUMENT
1395 words - 6 pagesHolocaust StudyBy Malachi SmithJewish Persecution was most prominent in the time period of 1932-1945. During this time, almost every two out of three European Jews were killed. In total, it is estimated that over six million Jews lost their lives. The following report is a reaction document that follows key events in the events that occurred during the holocaust.November 10, 1938, 1:20 A.M., an urgent memo was sent out to all stations of the state police. It was sent by the head of the SS's Security Service, Reinhard Heydrich. Enclosed were instructions to destroy Jewish synagogues and businesses' and avoid damaging German property. It was a direct order to burn downVIEW DOCUMENT
1813 words - 7 pagesTHE HOLOCAUST
The Holocaust was the mass annihilation of the European Jews by the National Socialist Party (Nazi) of Germany from 1933 to 1945. In The War of the Jews, Dawidowicz explains the conditions that made anti-Semitism politically acceptable. The Germans of the nineteenth century "inherited a Christian-inspired popular and intellectual anti-Semitism that depicted Jews as foreigners- a state within a state- killers of Christ, well poisoners, and a cause of every misfortune, whether natural, economic, or political. The forces of naturalism, Volkist theory, bogus racial science, and fear of modernity reinforced and built upon this foundation." 1 The impact of the Holocaust hasVIEW DOCUMENT
1357 words - 5 pages point blank range, falling into mass graves while other were gassed in large chambers and tossed into the crematories.Although the holocaust was a time of wrong doings, it helped to shape the identities of the following generations. It is important to learn about the Holocaust and the effect that it has had on individuals and society,this helped to shape who we all are today. By learning about the Holocaust, we learn the importance of group conformity and how it is important to be able to find a balance between this and your individual identity. We learn that, ?Memories, even painful memories, are all we have. In fact, they are the only thing we are. So we must take very good care ofVIEW DOCUMENT
540 words - 2 pagesApril 13, 2012Holocaust EssayBefore the Holocaust, many German citizens blamed the Jewish for their country's problems. One of those citizens was Adolf Hitler, who was a little known political leader. In his opinion, he thought that the only thing to do to fix the country's problems was to rid of all the Jews. And when Paul von Hindenburg made Hitler chancellor of Germany, he used that power and opportunity to do just what he wanted.April 1, 1933, the Nazis announced their first action against German Jews, a boycott of all Jewish-run businesses. Nazis thenVIEW DOCUMENT
1288 words - 5 pagesThe years 1933 through 1945 are most commonly referred to as the Holocaust, which was the destruction of some six million Jews by the Nazis and their followers in Europe. ?The general meaning of Holocaust is the great or total destruction of life.? Anther word for Holocaust is genocide, which is the systematic killing intended to destroy a whole national or ethnic group. ?Final solution? was the name of the Nazi?s plan of genocide. Adolf Hitler wanted to create the race of Aryans, which were persons of northern European racial background. Jews were put into detention centers known as concentration camps. These camps were designated to hold the enemies of the Nazis and even though notVIEW DOCUMENT
845 words - 3 pagesThe Holocaust
The Holocaust was the mass murder of European Jews by the nazis during the second world war. It took place from the 30th of January 1933 to the end of the war in Europe on May 8th 1945. The nazi dictator Adolph Hitler planned to wipe out the entire Jewish population as a part of his plan to conquer the world. Holocaust refers to any widespread human disaster but it's special meaning is the annihilations of six million Jewish men, women and children by the nazi regime. The Jews were singled out for extermination because the nazis had a hatred for them as they considered jews as a race whose goal was world domination and was an obstruction to the Aryan dominance. So theVIEW DOCUMENT
1642 words - 7 pagesEmma McIntyre HolocaustHistory EssayWhat Was The Holocaust's Effect On Jewish People?The Holocaust was the systematic persecution of six million Jews during World War 2. Authorised by the Nazis, the Jewish people went through a time of suffering and sorrow, with people expelled from their homes from around 79 countries and placed into Ghettos. The placement within the Ghettos was a temporary process, where they were held captive in institutions before transportingVIEW DOCUMENT
2137 words - 9 pagesEveryone knows about the terrible occurrences that happened during the Holocaust. A man named Adolf Hitler persecuted different types of people from different backgrounds. Whether it is because of their religious background, the fact that they were disabled or elderly, or if they were just traveling gypsies, Hitler judged these undeserving people. Millions of children, women, and men died just because they did not fit into Hitler’s perfect dream of his ideal world. If it was not torture of the disabled and children, it was exploiting the workers in the work camps. The same goes for the unfortunate deaths of the innocent in concentration camps or by organized firing squads (“Adolf HitlerVIEW DOCUMENT
1213 words - 5 pages1. Simply put, the Holocaust was the annihilation of six million Jews by the Nazi regime during World War II. In 1933 approximately nine million Jews lived in the 21 countries of Europe that would be occupied by Germany during the war and by 1945 two out of every three European Jews had been killed.The number of children killed during the Holocaust is not clear meaning that the statistics for the tragic fate of children who died will never be known. Some historians' guesses have ranged as high as 1.5 million murdered children.The European Jews were the major victims of the Holocaust. But Jews were not the only group singled out for persecution by Hitler's Nazi regime. AsVIEW DOCUMENT
2354 words - 9 pagesThe Holocaust
The Holocaust, a word introduced in the 1950's to describe the mass murder of the Jews of Europe by the Nazi's during World War II. Before that it was traditionally defined as, by the Encarta English dictionary as "1. complete destruction by fire: complete consumption by fire, especially of a large number of human beings or animals 2. total destruction: wholesale or mass destruction of any kind 3. burnt offering: a sacrifice that is totally consumed by fire". The Holocaust is a chapter in human history that will live in shame along with slavery, treatment towards Native Americans, the Japanese internment camps, the Armenians and the execution of hundreds of thousandsVIEW DOCUMENT
1158 words - 5 pagesWhen one looks through the history of the last century, many great atrocities can come to mind. However, the one that is the most common is that of the Holocaust during World War II. People often wonder how something like this could have been allowed to happen. These same people wonder this without realizing that something similar has happened, right within their own shores. Not only this, but they do not realize how previously close we could become to having this happen again.
To understand how this could happen again we must first understand how it happened at all. One can not think of the Germans as hate based beings frothing at the teeth at the opportunity to kill a Jew. The GermanVIEW DOCUMENT
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Through the course of history, the Jewish people have been mistreated, condemned, robbed, even put to death because of their religion. In the Middle Ages, they were forced to wear symbols on their clothing, identifying them as Jews. The dates 1933 to 1945 marked the period of the deadly Holocaust in which many atrocities were committed against the Jewish people and minority groups not of Aryan descent. Six million innocent Jews were exterminated because of Hitler’s “Final Solution.” This paper will exhibit how Adolf Hitler used the three anti-Jewish policies written in history, conversion, expulsion, and annihilation to his advantage.
In the fourth century when the Christian church gainedVIEW DOCUMENT
1017 words - 4 pagesThe Holocaust is the biggest crime against humanity in history. The Holocaust was a mass murder of millions jews. In the period of 1933 to 1945, the Nazis waged a vicious war against Jews and other "lesser races". This war came to a turning point with the Final Solution in 1938. One of the end results of the Final Solution was the concentration and death camps of Germany, Poland, and other parts of Europe. In the aftermath of the Holocaust, people around the world were shocked by final tallies of human losses, and the people responsible were punished for their inhuman acts. TheVIEW DOCUMENT
697 words - 3 pages"The millions of Jews who were taken from their places of residence,ghettos or transit camps did not in any way know that they were being brought toextermination camps not did they know that fate awaited for them. Most of themhad not even heard of the existence of such camps. Rumors about death campsdid, it is true, reach Warsaw and other ghettos in Poland, but the public for themost part did not want to believe them." Hitler pulled of one the biggestgenocide's ever in the world, the holocaust . The goal of the Nazi Holocaust wasto exterminate all Jews in EuropeVIEW DOCUMENT
705 words - 3 pagesThe HolocaustAs most individuals in Canada, my family immigrated to this great country not long ago. My family origins in Canada as well as the rest of North America start in the early 1950's after World War 2 and the holocaust. All of my fathers family that remains had survived the Nazi's in Europe and their concentration camps. They all came to North America in search of a better life that is free of anti Semitism, and luckily found that home in Canada.In the early 1930's a man named Adolph Hitler came to power in Germany. He was an evil man who had very radical views on how to run the country. He also had the idea that the German, Arian race was superior over all otherVIEW DOCUMENT
1689 words - 7 pages The Holocaust
The first research in the late 1940s and early 1950s focused on the
Jewishness of the Holocaust. Called the "Final Solution" by the
Germans, it was the object of two pivotal studies, both of which had
the Jews at the center of their treatment. The first was The Final
Solution by Gerald Reitlinger and the second The Destruction of the
European Jews by Raul Hilberg. Most major studies since have had the
same focus: Lucy Dawidowicz (The War Against the Jews; Leni Yahil (The
Holocaust); Hilberg (Perpetrators, Victims, Bystanders); Daniel
Goldhagen (Hitler's Willing Executioners); Martin Gilbert (The
Holocaust); Arad et al (DocumentsVIEW DOCUMENT
1359 words - 5 pagesThe HolocaustFull statistics for the tragic fate of children who died during the Holocaust will never be known. Some estimates range as high as 1.5 million murdered children. This figure includes more than 1.2 million Jewish children, tens of thousands of Gypsy children and thousands of institutionalized handicapped children who were murdered under Nazi rule in Germany and occupied Europe.Although children were seldom the targets of Nazi violence because they were children, they were persecuted along with their families for racial, religious, or political reasons. Children are not a single unifiedVIEW DOCUMENT
2467 words - 10 pagesThe Holocaust
The Holocaust was a catastrophic, cataclysmic event in history that took place
over 55 years ago, but why is it still so important to us today? One of the many
reasons it is still widely discussed today, is because of the many rights it
violated for the Jews as human beings. The main goal of the holocaust was for
Nazis to try and kill every Jewish person alive in Europe. Many Nazi leaders
tried their hardest do to this, and went unpunished for their actions. All of
this tradgedy and calamity started when Adolf Hitler came into power.
Adolf Hitler and his Third Reich came to power in 1938, the Jews in Europe
knew they were in trouble. Hitler blamed them forVIEW DOCUMENT
1107 words - 4 pagesThe Holocaust was the murder and persecution of approximately 6 million Jews and many others by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. The Nazis came to power in Germany in January of 1933. The Nazis thought that the “inferior” Jews were a threat to the “racially superior” German racial community. The death camps were operated from 1941 to 1945, and many people lost their lives or were forced to work in concentration camps during these years. The story leading up to the Holocaust, how the terrible event affected people’s lives, and how it came to and end are all topics that make this historic event worth learning about.
Hatred towards the Jews didn’t start with the Holocaust. There isVIEW DOCUMENT
1237 words - 5 pages had was about how the Germans tried to separate Aryans from what they considered inferior races that did not deserve to exist. They tried to do this very scientifically by measurements, facial features, eye color comparisons, and other features.4. In a different part of the exhibit, was the listing of all of the Jewish towns that were totally or partially whipped out because of the Holocaust. The names of the towns were engraved on the glass windows of a corridor there were so many of them that they filled up the entire wall.Personal Response 1. This movie was very informative, for example before this movie I thought that Hitler was voted into power, but really he was appointedVIEW DOCUMENT
1209 words - 5 pagesHolocaust Ghettos
Holocaust ghettos; these are the over looked places where the Jews, in Nazi controlled lands, awaited their future.
"The Nazis revived the medieval ghetto in creating their compulsory
"Jewish Quarter" (Wohnbezirk). The ghetto was a section of a city
where all Jews from the surrounding areas were forced to reside.
Surrounded by barbed wire or walls, the ghettos were often sealed so
that people were prevented from leaving or entering. Established
mostly in Eastern Europe ), the ghettos were characterized by
overcrowding, starvation and forced labor. All were eventuallyVIEW DOCUMENT
705 words - 3 pagesThe Holocaust
Nearly six million Jews were killed and murdered in what was called the holocaust. In the years between 1933 and 1945, the Jews of Europe were marked for death. Inanition anti-Semitism was given legal sanction. It was directed by Adolf Hitler and managed by Heinne Himmler, Reinhard Heydrich, and Adolf Eichmann. There were many other great crimes and murders, such as the killing of the Armenians by the Turks , but the holocaust stood out as the "only systematic and organized effort by a modern government to destroy a whole race of people." The Germans under Adolf Hitler believed that the Jews were the German troubles and were a threat to the German andVIEW DOCUMENT
1051 words - 4 pagesTHE HOLOCAUST
The Holocaust is debatably one of the most tragic events in history to ever occur. Adolf Hitler, the leader of this most devastating affair, was so opposed to people different than him, that he caused the mass murder of countless Jews, gypsies, Blacks, Check Slovakians and other unique kids of people. The Holocaust, which lasted from around 1941 to 1945, caused much response from the countries directly affected and other countries around the world.
Germany was in a horrible economic state after terribly losing World War One, and they needed to find a way to totally reconstruct their entire economy, and Hitler fit the bill. With his phenomenal speaking skills, Hitler wasVIEW DOCUMENT
1104 words - 4 pagesDestruction (Holocaust) As a teenager of the year 3000 I want to take you back into a certain period of time. A time when people had their dreams and hopes stripped away from their future. The children of this period did not have the chance for freedom and equality. Like every historical event, the Holocaust evokes certain specific images. When the Holocaust is mentioned most people immediately think of concentration camps. People immediately envision emaciated victims in dirty striped uniforms staring in comprehensibly at their liberators or piles of corpses, too numerous to bury individually, being bulldozed into mass graves. Those are accurate images and the horrific scenesVIEW DOCUMENT
870 words - 3 pagesThe holocaust is one of the darkest times in human history. Mass exterminations, torture , and mistreatment .thee holocaust is no doubt a sensitive subject to man, but shouldn’t be covered up or hidden. Adolf Hitler thee leader of the Nazi Party was appointed the chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933 during that time Germany had a Jewish population of about 566,000.
Hitler had a hatred for Jewish people, the roots of his anti Semitism are unclear. When Hitler came to power he almost immediately began to strip Jewish people of any kind of rights.
Starting with creating a Law to strip Jewish immigrants from Poland of their German citizenship. Then moving on to pass a law allowing forVIEW DOCUMENT
621 words - 2 pages The Holocaust
The Holocaust was the Nazi persecution and murder of Jews in the time of World War II. In 1939, Germany's powerful war machine conquered country after country in Europe and thus bringing millions more Jews under their control. They established concentration camps to imprison Jews, Gypsies and other victims of ethnic and racial hatred, and political opponents of Nazism. They killed many of them and sent others to concentration camps. They also moved many Jews from towns and villages into city ghettos and later sent these people to concentration camps as well. Early in 1941, the Nazi leadership finalized a major decision- "The Final SolutionVIEW DOCUMENT
3036 words - 12 pagesIt was in December 1948, when it was approved unanimous the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide at France which became the 260th resolution of the General Assembly of the United Nations. What made the leaders of the 41 States create and sign this document in which the term Genocide was legally defined? This document serves as a permanent reminder of the actions made by the Nazis and their leader Adolf Hitler during the Holocaust where more than five million of European Jews were killed. In summary I will explain what were the events that leaded the ordinary Germans kill more than six million Jews in less than five years. To achieve this goal, I will base myVIEW DOCUMENT