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  • Moral Code Of The Nazi People
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    I have a hard time thinking that anyone could believe the Nazi's were a moral people. The Nazi people are unparalleled in the level of criminal unjust committed against a group of persons. Nazi's however did believe they were moral and were justified in their actions. The idea of Nazism was a way of life and one must think, feel, and act as in the best interest of Nazi beliefs. The moral code of the Nazi people was one that followed the idea that Nazi's were superior, competent, and pure. The mo...
  • Camps And The Victims
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    The Holocaust, what is the true depth of the word? As sad as it may seem, it affected the lives of millions because of the hate inside of one certain group of people, the Nazi's. Dehumanization is to deprive human qualities such as individuality or compassion. Victims of the Holocaust went through dehumanization simply to make the killing of others psychologically easy for the Nazi's. Many victims of the Holocaust suffered from various experiments which eventually led to the death. Some of the e...
  • Libya People
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    Throughout history we have studied and learned about different people and places that have gone through serious hardships. Some people wrote books about their terrible experience. However, others we have just read about in newspaper articles, seen in movies or even studied in a school textbooks. The book Night is about a Hungarian Jewish teenager who is captured by the Nazi's along with his father and many other Jews. They are being tortured in many ways such as being beaten, stripped, shaved, s...
  • Neo Nazis And The Skinheads
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    Neo-Nazis When three bombs exploded in London in Spring 1999, targeting the capital's black, Asian and gay communities, the threat of Neo-Nazi terrorism finally seemed to have become a reality. The Neo Nazis who are more commonly know by the term 'Skin Heads", are a growing force in hate groups. The German police put the number of active neo-Nazis at 47,000, a 4.5 per cent increase on the previous year. There hatred of Hispanics, Jews, Blacks, and others are now the fastest growing force in Amer...
  • Nazi Propaganda
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    The Holocaust was a tragic event that ended many Jewish lives. The Nazis murdered over 6 million innocent Jews. They tortured so many of them leaving the few Holocaust survivors with horrid memories. Propaganda played a huge role and affected many people's thinking during this time period. The propaganda was designed to influence the targeted people's opinions, beliefs, and emotions. Joseph Paul Goebbel's was the German national socialist propagandist. He had complete control over radio, press, ...
  • Censor The Neo Nazis
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    Neo-Nazis are entitled to the same First Amendment rights under the Constitution as all other American citizens. Simply because a group expresses beliefs which are unpopular and generally considered to be wrong does not mean that the group is no longer entitled to free speech. When people are given true freedom of speech, it should be understood that there are always going to be differences in opinions, and that the opinions held by some people will almost invariably be seen as offensive to at l...
  • Lives Of The People Of Britain
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    WWII was one of the wars that had the most devastating effects on peoples live in Europe. During five years citizens of the different countries suffered from this brutal war to which they were condemned by their government. Two of the most affected home fronts during this war, were Britain, and Germany. Women, children were the most affected, and by many they were the moral support for their brigades, while men wre fighting in the front line. When war broke out in September 1939, the British gov...
  • Unkind To The Jews
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    I was mostly affected by this unit because it showed me that in the midst of all the unkindness of the Nazi party, that there were still some people left who were kind enough to put their own lives on the line to save someone else's. I didn't understand, until the stories and the movies cleared it up, how the people could not figure out that there was something wrong when they were being pushed around by the Nazi soldiers. The Nazis were very unkind to the Jews. In the movies it was very evident...
  • Just Couldnt
    508 words
    miles long. They would walk all this way, if they couldnt keep up they would be shot. If they broke their ankle or leg or just couldnt go on for any reason, they would either be shot or left there to die. If the Nazis thought they were just trying to fool them, so they could run when everyone else got far enough away, then the Nazi would shoot him or her in the leg or somewhere so they couldnt move, and just leave them their to die. A total of about 250,000 people died during them. The Nazis als...
  • Andre And Daniel Trocme
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    Resistance And Ethics In Le Chambon Happy are those Hungary and thirsty for justice, For they will be satisfied Lest innocent blood be shed in the land which the lord your god gives you an inheritance, and the guilt of any bloodshed be upon you. These prophetic words taken from the bible in Deuteronomy 19: 1-13 are what the people of Le Chambon acted upon to save Jews and resist evil. During the most terrible years of World War II, when inhumanity and political insanity was manifested throughout...
  • Nazi Youth Policies
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    In 1933 the year the Nazis came to power Hitler already had girls saluting the Nazi flag every morning at school, this is but one action that shows the importance he placed on support of the youth. The youth were the future of Germany and if Hitler was to stay in power he needed to create a generation of adults who would be totally loyal to him and his Party. The Nazis started indoctrinating the children from a young age, especially the boys who began attending the Pimp fen at just 6 years old, ...

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