It is a locator for people in the US. The US should have joined the war sooner because we could have helped in the fighting against the Natizes when what they were doing was wrong. When I think of the holocaust I think of it usually bad as I was thinking about it some good came out of it, like at least nothing like that will ever happen again since the holocaust happen it will never happen again or anything like it. The unfair treatment of people so my first paragraph was about who Cesar Chavez was and how he fought for what was right and to get better pay for the Hispanic people. In my second paragraph, it was about the similarities of Cesar Chavez and the holocaust, and how Cesar protest was nonviolent protest.
He also gives the audience a better understanding by giving a visual glimpse of what the black community had to endure. Dr. King also included definitions and examples of unjust and just laws, and how they are not right. He included an example of these “laws” by talking about the things Adolf Hitler did was allowed but supposedly helping someone was not allowed. He writes and uses the letter to show the white Americans that are unaware of what is happening around them. Even, though Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is best remembered for his powerful voice and pathos in this letter is a thoughtful logical argument.
It wouldn’t matter what so ever, if your family was jewish, you were jewish in the Nazis eyes. Sadly it was true that if you had any connection to a jewish person you were getting sent to a concentration camp.1. Most people were not mistaken for Jews, but even when the did it was a few, most Christians , Jehovah Witnesses and other religions were thrown into concentration camps because they did not believe what Nazis were doing and what Hitler believed in. The ones that fought the most angered Hitler and he decided to backfire on all of them.2.” speaking of the targets he liked to go for - unarmed civilians”.”Innocent victims: A machine gunner aboard a German He 111 bomber flies over a Polish city in September 1939. In one recorded conversation Nazi airmen are heard boasting about targeting women with prams” This is just
However, some may say that writing and keeping records may have never seen the light of day. If we didn’t have written records then it would make it harder for them to believe and understand what these people had to go through. Hitler's ultimate goal was to get rid of all jews, as you can see he didn't reach his goal.And a big part of that is because of passively active
The travel ban that President Donald Trump has created is similar to that of Adolf Hitler when he threw millions of Jews in concentration camps. Men, women, children and elderly are being mistreated in their own country and Trump simply does not want to let them into the safe place that is America. Only because he is afraid of terrorists, if so, what is the point in security then? These are two laws that I believe Donald Trump has violated; the right to asylum and the right that no one can take these rights from us. The first law is stated in the 14th human right, the right to asylum.
Propaganda was also in forms of cartoons . Cartons were in newspapers that nazi had control over. In the cartoons it told nothing but lies about jews and that they do not belong in the german society because they they were subhuman to the nazis. Propaganda was not just mainly about jews but it was for Siniti and Gypsies , political dissidents, and gays. They believed that this would be harmful to the health of the society.Although Nazi germany was heaven to germans, it was a living hell to others , such as the untermensch, the jews, African people, basically anyone who was not a German.
Hitler and the Nazis believed that the Aryan people and Germany was destined to rule the world. They did not believe that Jews could be Germans. They also thought that communism was a Jewish invention, that was another reason why he hated the Jews. Not only did they blame Jews for communism but they believed that Jews were the underlying cause of Germany's lost in World War I. The group also believed the Treaty of Versailles must be rejected and all reparations cleared.
The most meaningful idea in the book is that race cannot separate friendship. Even though they are friends, the Nazis, and the Jews are not friends. It raised some questions that led me to think more deeply. I wondered why can 't they just be friends without their race coming into play? Why do the Nazis hate the Jews, when the Jews didn 't do anything to them?
The law was believed to “condemn and destroy” sinners, but had not completed the action (Calvin 223). Paul had shown that the law would not have been repealed if had not been a popular idea among the Jews. This chapter of Calvin’s Institutes essentially finalizes by stating that Moral and Ceremonial Laws were abolished because they separated Jews and Gentiles; but also because they were ideas used to provide evidence of the people’s guilt and escape from
Humanity, men and women alike, have severely overlooked the enduring power of Judaism as a whole. The Jewish culture portrayed pure tenacity towards the will to survive by their conviction, even we faced the greatest evil known to humanity… the Nazi Regime. January 30, 1933, Germany announced the new chancellor, Adolf Hitler, that ended up changing the course of human history. He wanted to create a superior race and the only way he thought to achieve that goal was to “exterminate” the race he thought was inferior. Unfortunately, the Jewish community got targeted as a race rather than a religion.