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    The Holocaust The rise of the Nazi Party began in 1930 when Adolf Hitler’s National Social party gained 107 seats in the New German Reichstag (Rogasky 20). Over a period of a few years the Nazi Party received enough votes so the government had to take it seriously and offer it power. Many believed Hitler and the Nazi Party was like any other political party, so on January 30, 1933 Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany (Nelson, English.illinois.edu). Shortly after Hitler assumed the role as

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    WRIT1010/52 7.09.2012 The Holocaust. During the Second World War, when Adolf Hitler was in power and had influence and pressure on people, the tragedy happened to ne of the smallest group of people, that is called Holocaust. People did not have a choice. What they supposed to do if there were only two way of excising- to obey or disobey the extermination of the nation that was different from others? Even today, we see the world that is divided in to two parts that still thinks that Adolf

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    transmitting the history of their disappearance, even if it disturbs, even if it brings me pain (p.74).” Ellie finds that he needs to tell the story of the dead. The millions of people who died in the holocaust need their stories told. There memory’s need to be publicized so that something as horrible as the holocaust will never happen again If the stories of the dead are not shared te loss of their lives would be worth nothing. The terrifying story’s that are told by Ellie and other writers bring the pain

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    2012 Professor Marcel Nazi era- Companies that Help in the Holocaust Throughout history, there have been important events that have distinct a particular ethical issue within various companies. One of these horrific events was the Holocaust, which is defined by Michell R Marrus as “the systematic mass murder of European Jewry by the Nazis”, which “sits uneasily in the history of our time” (Marrus, 1987). To many people the Holocaust is still a source of remorse. Consequently they feel embarrassed

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    family, of a culture, and a nation”, by Werner Gellert, chair of The New Mexico Holocaust and Intolerance Museum and Study Center. (history:www.nmholocaustmuseum.com) It is vital to remember and pass to a new generation the history and lessons of the Holocaust since over 5.7 million Jewish people had their lives taken away by a man who was intolerant of their religion. The largest numbers of victims of the Holocaust were Polish citizens. Adolf Hitler tried to destroy a nation by destroying families

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    Holocaust The Devil’s Arithmetic is a captivating story about a 13-year-old girl named Hannah who lives in present day America. Hannah is very neglectful of her Jewish heritage and its customs. During Seder feast she is asked to “open the door” for the prophet Elijah. She finds herself transported back in time to 1942. After being shanghaied and taken to the Nazi concentration camp, she has to use what she knows about the future to survive the horror, which is the Holocaust. I find that The

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    The Holocaust is a great tragedy that happened during World War II. One of the main concentration camps was Auschwitz this is the largest of the Nazi death camps, the camps address is Więźniów Oświęcimia 20, 32-603 Gmina Oświęcim, Poland. Auschwitz was located approximately 37 miles west of Krakow, near the prewar German-Polish border in Upper Silesia, it’s an area that Nazi Germany took control of, in 1939 after invading and conquering Poland. Of the camps of Auschwitz there were three camps. The

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    The Holocaust was the effort of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party in Germany to exterminate the Jews and other people that they considered to be inferior. As a result about 12,000,000 people - about half of them Jews - were murdered. The murders were done by every means imaginable but most of the victims perished as a result of shooting, starvation, disease, and poison gas. Others were tortured to death or died in horrible medical experiments. Hitler took power in Germany in 1933 and almost immediately

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    The Holocaust 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 people could 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

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    always be “Hitler and his cruelty toward Jews.” What is strange about this answer, is the fact that the majority of people do not realize what actually occurred in Europe during this time. To most people, the Holocaust was an “event” where many Jews were killed by Nazis. In fact, the Holocaust was a tragic point in history which many believe never occurred, or do not realize the suffering behind the widespread destruction. The pain and conditions exper- ienced by the victims is unimaginable by any

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    The Holocaust It all started in 1933 when Hitler came to power in Germany. Adolf Hitler was a very strong minded individual that liked everything to go his way, and for what he believed in. Germany was already a very racial country, and judged people strongly on their religious beliefs, and their political communities. The Nazis, also known as the National Socialist German Worker's Party, planned to murder the Jewish people. They called this plot, “the final solution.” The Holocaust

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    against everything they believe. The elders’ grand children or their own children, get the number, that the elders got, tattooed in the Holocaust. A lot of people believe this is ignorant, they get it tattooed to show remorse for their elders’ but how can they show remorse by getting a tattoo that was meant to disgrace their religion, heritage and family. Some elders’ however encourage or do not have a problem with this, they understand their children get the tattoo so they wouldn’t have to go through

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    Alexia Gonzalez Political Science 4823: The Holocaust/ the Shoah Final Paper December 12, 2013 The Comparative Analysis of the Holocaust Ethnic cleansing and genocide are considered to coexist in a spectrum of assaults on nations or religio-ethnic groups. These threats were more prominent during the 20th century which caused massive violations of human rights and jeopardized the overall security of humans. Determinants of ethnic cleansing and genocide root from socio-political factors influenced

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    Life during the Holocaust The Holocaust was a horrible event and had many tragedies and losses of family and friends. This event starts in 1933 where Hitler rises to power, and ends in 1945 where Hitler is defeated and the holocaust has ended. There are many topics about the holocaust that people would want to know, but this topic is a crucial and important one. The topic is Life during the Holocaust where we learn about how Jewish people live during the holocaust and what happened to them in the

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    The Holocaust The holocaust was the mass murder of six million Jewish Europeans during World War Two. The Nazi Party in Germany, led by Adolf Hitler, exterminated about two thirds of the Jewish population residing in Europe. The Nazis placed the blame of all of Germany’s problems on the Jewish people. The Nazis referred to the holocaust as the “Final Solution to the Jewish Question.” This paper will discuss the terrible things that happened throughout the holocaust by the Nazi party to the Jewish

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    “Children of the Holocaust” This research essay is about the devastating and gruesome incidents pertaining to the children of the holocaust. This essay will cover the unbelievable lives these children had to live and the horrible pain they had to undergo threw this war of extermination. They suffered losses of family, friends, and many became orphaned or homeless. The holocaust took the lives of about 6 million Jewish men, women, and children. There were about 1.6 million Jewish

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    it is our duty to remember the Jewish lives that perished and to keep Jewish memory alive. Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor, explains in his preface his reasons for writing the latest edition of his memoir Night: “[I] believe that [I] have a moral obligation to try to prevent the enemy from enjoying one last victory by allowing his crimes to be erased from human memory.” The number of Holocaust survivors is dwindling. It is imperative that we remember their stories in order to give meaning to their

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    INTRODUCTION TO THE HOLOCAUST * Related Articles * Related Links * Comments * How to cite this article Two German Jewish families at a gathering before the war. Only two people in this group survived the Holocaust. Germany, 1928. — US Holocaust Memorial Museum * VIEW PHOTOGRAPHS * VIEW PERSONAL HISTORIES * VIEW ARTIFACTS * VIEW MAPS * VIEW HISTORICAL FILM FOOTAGE The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder

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    The Holocaust was a tragic time for the Jewish community, and before this class I never truly realized how much each individual went through or what they had to do to survive. The entire period was filled with struggle and suffering and strength for the willpower to survive. Jewish men, women, and children were treated poorly, experimented on, stripped of their clothes and identity, and more. I heard stories like these from real people in the films, The Last Days directed by James Moll (1998), Shoah

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    example of things that should not have happened or ever happen again. During the holocaust many people we able to witness many different things, such as hangings, burnings, beatings, and shootings. During a lifetime the average person doesn't get to witness these things, and never should have to. After reading this book about the holocaust I would recommend anyone who doesn't know a whole lot about the holocaust to go do research. The book talked about the child that got hung and talked about

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    Holocaust Life during the Holocaust The Holocaust was a horrible event and had many tragedies and losses of family and friends. This event starts in 1933 where Hitler rises to power, and ends in 1945 where Hitler is defeated and the holocaust has ended. There are many topics about the holocaust that people would want to know, but this topic is a crucial and important one. The topic is Life during the Holocaust where we learn about how Jewish people live during the holocaust and what happened

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    Please Everyone Bring Your Favorite Dish!!!! & Your Family *There will be a jumper for the kids! Bring a swimming suits!* (This is a DRAMA FREE FAMILY EVENT so please LEAVE YOUR FUNK BEHIND and HAVE RESPECT for the children) ~Water Park at the premises~

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    Millions of names are still missing of parents and children; nothing can remove this darkness from one of the most tragic events to ever happen in history, the Holocaust. There is a classic German legend about a man named Faust. He was a highly successful scholar but was dissatisfied with his life. His legend has created stories of his success in art and music, but the legendary of this man doesn’t end there. According to the legend, Faust sold his soul to the devil in exchange for vast earthly rewards

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    When you think of the holocaust, what do you think about? Is it the millions of Jews lives that were taken? Or is it a great, but wicked speaker named Adolph Hitler? Adolph Hitler, Auschwitz, and American involvement are some key roles in the holocaust. Adolph Hitler is probably one of the worst people ever to live. When people talk of evil deeds he is at the top of the list. He was a man of words, and could use them to his advantage. He had an ability to talk and make the Germans believe

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    Giovani rodriguez mr.el-amin period 3b   HOLOCAUST SHORT STORY Hello my name is joseph hofstein And I'm a german jewish teenager. I'm 16 years old and i lived in germany working in my parents restaurant. There was an event called kristallnacht that destroyed my parents business, our money was stolen,the glass was shattered and the building was raided of anything worth value. The next morning me and my faMily were sent to live in the ghetto

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    Jared Livingston Grade 12 Period 3-4 February 11, 2014 American History The Holocaust The Holocaust was one of the twentieth century's greatest tragedy that left a mark of tragic and horror to all Jews. The tragedy began at January 30th, 1933 and ended at May 8th, 1945, when the war in Europe ended. Millions of people died during the Holocaust, some were killed by machine guns, gas chambers, getting burned, while others died due to starvation, abuse and diseases. Adolf Hitler, the leader

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    Language is very powerful, if it was not for language and communication we would not be living the life we live today. I realized the power of language when, I encountered a situation where I was not able to communicate to a group of people, in a way that they understood me. This situation occurred in Bulgaria, when I got lost on my big day, at Junior Judo World Championship. The ability to communicate is what made the world such an amazing place. If language and communication were never developed

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    Language is very powerful, if it was not for language and communication we would not be living the life we live today. I realized the power of language when, I encountered a situation where I was not able to communicate to a group of people, in a way that they understood me. This situation occurred in Bulgaria, when I got lost on my big day, at Junior Judo World Championship. The ability to communicate is what made the world such an amazing place. If language and communication were never developed

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    asked at the Holocaust History Project is when someone says "tell me everything you can about the Holocaust." It is difficult because we know that this person wants to know about the Holocaust, but does not yet know enough to ask the right questions. There is so much information about the Holocaust that it is impossible to describe it all in a simple answer. We can, however, tell you what the Holocaust was and - most importantly - where you can read about it. The Holocaust was the effort

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    Thompson 1 Bryan Thompson Teacher Mrs. Gladys Ngezem English II 5/5/14 Holocaust Research Paper It all started in 1933 when Hitler came to power in Germany. Adolf Hitler was a very strong minded individual that liked everything to go his way, and for what he believed in. Germany was already a very racial country, and judged people strongly on their religious beliefs, and their political communities. The Nazis, also known as the National Socialist German Worker's Party

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    Research Paper 1 The Holocaust In this paper, I will be presenting many facts that show what the Holocaust is and why it occurred. The Holocaust was an organized, persecution, and murder of approximately six million Jewish people including 1.5 million Jewish children. The Holocaust took place in Europe by the Nazi regime and its collaborators that happened

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    Holocaust Midterm Dana Bob Mercy College 1. Explain the origins and development of modern anti-Semitism Throughout history the Jewish community has been subject to a violent history which can be traced as far back as their expulsion from Carthage in 250 C.E. For centuries, Jews have endured slavery, land confiscations, massacres, pogroms, blood baths, mass arrests, public torture, banishments, inquisition, slaughter, mass murders and finally, the Holocaust in the 20th century (Grossman

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    Holocaust The Holocaust was a major event in our history that eliminated about eleven million people. These people were killed by the Nazis that resided in Germany during World War II. Hitler was the leader of the Nazis. He felt that the Nazis were superior to the lower classes, such as the Jews, Gypsies, disabled, Jehovah’s Witnesses, homosexuals, Communists, and Socialists. There were many groups that were persecuted by the Nazis but the Jews were the group that the Nazis targeted the most. The

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    Dans la France, la violence dans les écoles etait un problème grand dans le monde entier qui attaquent de nombreux enfants. puis finissent dans des centres de détention pour mineurs. Bien que l'observabilité de la violence dans les écoles est fortement augmenté, les solutions vers de donner des résultats insatisfaisants que dans le cas des centres de détection. Cependant, afin d'être en mesure de résoudre ce problème de la violence dans les écoles, les raisons doivent être étudiés avec précision

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    “Children of the Holocaust” This research essay is about the devastating and gruesome incidents pertaining to the children of the holocaust. This essay will cover the unbelievable lives these children had to live and the horrible pain they had to undergo threw this war of extermination. They suffered losses of family, friends, and many became orphaned or homeless. The holocaust took the lives of about 6 million Jewish men, women, and children. There were about 1.6 million Jewish

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    RELIGION AND SOCIETY UNIT ONE * The Holocaust By Chelsea Nguyen 11 Silver QUESTION NUMBER 3: Discuss the relationship Wiesel has with God throughout Night. Eliezer Wiesel presents the Jewish faith in a moment of extreme darkness however, what gives him the courage and strength to continue to live is his connection with religion and his relationship with God. Initially Elie shows strong devotion, then becomes disillusioned with God’s power, and ultimately redefines the position God holds

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    Cory Arentsen History 1000024 Professor Hackner 16 April 2015 The Holocaust The Holocaust is possibly the biggest monstrosity that has ever been committed by man. The one specific man, Adolf Hitler, was the main contributor to this horrid time. Hitler was a festooned veteran of World War I and also a German politician, a chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and the leader of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. By the end of World War II, which ended in 1945, the Nazis had thrashed millions

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    The Holocaust: Suggested Reading There is a wealth of information about the Holocaust. So much has been written, in fact, that it can be difficult to determine where to start. This reading list is collected from recommendations from other members of The Holocaust History Project. It is not a complete bibliography but represents our opinion as to what are the most useful starting places for research. Since this list concentrates on works that are easily available and useful to a person unacquainted

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    the Holocaust, millions of Jews, gypsies, and members of other groups were persecuted and murdered by Nazi occupied Europe. However, many forget to acknowledge that among these were children. It may never be known exactly how many children were murdered but it is said that as many as some 1.5 million children may have fell victim to the Nazi party. Although children were not a main target of the Nazi's violence, they did fall subject to persecution along with their parents. Jewish children were

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    2014 Children of the Holocaust This research essay is about the devastating and gruesome incidents pertaining to the children of the holocaust. This essay will cover the unbelievable lives these children had to live and the horrible pain they had to undergo threw this war of extermination. They suffered losses of family, friends, and many became orphaned or homeless. The holocaust took the lives of about 6 million Jewish men, women, and children. There were about 1.6 million Jewish children consisting

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    Drew Gosserand Mrs. Metka English II- 04 10 March 2016 The Holocaust The Holocaust started because of Germany’s defeat in World War I. The allies forced the Germans to pay war damages. Inflation made money less than its true value. Citizens became desperate. Adolf Hitler gained trust with the German people by telling them of a glorified image of Germany and he gave them an excuse for losing the war. He told them that the Jews stabbed Germany in the back. He said they were genetically

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    The Holocaust The holocaust is a word of greek between 1933 and 1945 when jews and members of other groups were murdered by the nazi’s In the holocaust six million or more jews were killed by adolf hitler's nazi regime and its collaborators. Five million non-jewish victims of nazi mass murders, bringing the total of eleven million The persecution and genocide were carried out in stages. During the era of the Holocaust, German authorities also targeted other groups because of their perceived

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    The Holocaust Deanna Gimmi World Civilizations II Eric Fox March 18, 2012 The Holocaust With Germany in turmoil politically and economically after WWI, the German people were ripe for a charismatic leader. They found that in Adolf Hitler. Hitler joined the German Work Party in 1919. The party embraced right-wing ideology which suited Hitler’s views. Adolf Hitler was a captivating speaker and he encouraged national pride, militarism and commitment to the Volk (people) and a racially “pure”

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    The Holocaust was the extermination of the Jews and other people whom Hitler considered inferior. It took place from 1933 to 1945. Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party in Germany led this effort. About 12 million people were murdered, half of them being Jews. When Hitler took over control of Germany, everything changed. Hitler had a very strong prejudice against the Jews. He wanted to create the perfect race of blonde haired blue eyed Germans. His followers, who were the soldiers in the camps, were called

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    The Holocaust The Holocaust The Holocaust 2 At the beginning of the 1930s, Germany was under stress of recuperating after the First World War. Germany was in need of a leader to lead them through the hard times of recovering after a war, with no help from other countries. A man by the name of Adolf Hitler stepped up to the challenge. His goal was to lead Germany out of their troubles and make them a world power.

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    “Night” Essay. The Holocaust (also called Shoah in Hebrew) refers to the period from January 30, 1933, when Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany, to May 8, 1945, when the war in Europe ended. During this time, Jews in Europe were subjected to harsh persecution that ultimately led to the murder of 6,000,000 Jews (1.5 million of these being children) and the destruction of 5,000 Jewish communities. The Jews were the victims of Hitler’s plan to annihilate the entire Jewish population of Europe

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    The Holocaust is known as one of the most horrifying and devastating events in world history. The Holocaust was a horrific event that occurred in European countries. The German army, then led by Adolph Hitler, captured and tortured thousands if not millions of Jewish men, women, and their children, including Elie Wiesel and Anne Frank. Anne Frank and Elie Wiesel both suffered badly, but had different outcomes. They have many similarities and differences. Anne Frank and Elie Wiesel have many similarities

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    Throughout the movie, "The Holocaust", the phrase, "I just do my job," was usually the only excuse most people who committed crimes against the Jews could come up with. For example, when Helena and Rudy Weiss were staying in Kiev, the city was bombed. During the bombing, one of the Nazi soldiers, who happened to be Heinz Muller, a friend of Inga's family, was hit by falling debris. Hesitant, Rudy helped Muller escape from the collapsing building, gave him some water, and asked him why he was taking

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    It seems that the times of Holocaust are already very far away from the point we are standing now, but everything is not as simple as it seems from the first sight. For many people this time will be something they will never forget, the time of struggle for an opportunity to survive. It was a time for fighting for the right to live, the time when Jews were killed just for “being Jews”, a time when a man with a “yellow star” was doomed. It took place in 1939-1945 and was introduced by Adolph Hitler

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    The Truth about the Holocaust January 30,1933 through May 8,1945 was a tragic time for the Jews. This period of time is known as the Holocaust and it means, “sacrifice by fire.” The Holocaust consisted of the persecution and murder of over 5,860,000 Jews by the Nazis. Not only were the Jews killed during this time, but the Nazis also murdered gypsies, Serbs, polish intelligentsia, resistance fighters from all nations, German opponents of Nazism, homosexuals, Jehovah’s witnesses, habitual criminals

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