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  • Themes Of Death And Inhumanity In Night
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    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 th...
  • Order Of Hitler
    448 words
    During Hitler's reign as Fuhrer of Nazi Germany from 1933-1945, millions of innocent citizens of Poland, Czechoslovakia, and those of Jewish religion and race were executed. Hitler, although masterminding the plan of the perfect human race did not kill these people, rather ordered their deaths. In the early to mid-1940's death camps such as Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, Dachau, and Birkenau were created for the eventual extermination of the inferior peoples of Europe. Hitler commanded members of the...
  • Their Deaths In Nazi Extermination Camps
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    Starvation. Mass shootings. Gas chambers. Beatings. Mass murder. In the early 1940's, perhaps the most brutal atrocities ever committed on a people in our world's history took place. It was World War II. The Nazi Regime, led by Adolf Hitler, was waging war across Europe. Occupied Poland became the place where those prisoners and captives held by the Nazis were sent to be eliminated. From 1941 through 1945 a total of some 3.5 million Jews met their deaths in Nazi extermination camps. These "death...
  • Prejudice Of The Holocaust
    476 words
    Prejudice was the main factor that led to the holocaust. For some, resisting these forms of oppression was survival. Considering the dehumanizing the Nazis had forced upon the Jews, people took whatever courage and strength they had to get through this period of time. I believe luck also had a part to play in survival. Even though now prejudice is mostly name calling, 60 years ago it could mean death. Whether one is resisting the Nazis or just resisting prejudice in general, one must never give ...
  • Camp Elie
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    Looking back to any random time in history will most likely take one to a world of greediness, envy, and a desire to dominate another. The history of the world is plagued by mankind's inability to settle for what they have and who they are. Wars have been fought over religion, tradition, territory, and in this case, the idea that one race is superior to another. World War II was a horrible time in the world. The First World War was "the war to end all wars" and yet chaos spread over Europe. Elie...
  • Jewish Inmates
    492 words
    ? NIGHT' by Elie Wiesel tells us his story of the time he spent in a Nazi death camp. It's a story of the dehumanization of the Jewish inmates at the hands of the Germans and the world who closed their eyes and minds to the reality of what was happening before them. The dehumanization according to Elie's experiences (pg. 8) started on the 7th day of Passover in 1944. The leaders of the Jewish community were arrested. Jews would not be allowed to leave their houses for three days. The Jews no lon...

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