Before when i would see someone on the street asking for money I wouldn 't give them any, only because I felt they got themselves in that situation they deserve to be where they are. Now that i see when people are in trouble it 's not always because they chose to be. This compares to the Holocaust in such a way that they did not chose to be in these concentration camps, they did not chose to be starved, or worked to death. They were forced to, they were miserable knowing in their minds that death can take its next victims any
After gruesome tragedies, most people who experience them become numb. If they are show emotions too much, people blame the tragedy. This numbness prevents the survivors from having normal, uncomplicated lives. The tragedies aren’t the only thing that contributes numbness, how people treat survivors also plays a major role in it. In the story, “Soldiers Home” a man named Krebs from a small town returns home from World War II.
Mr.Arbeiter saw first hand the horrific ways jewish citizens were treated. Similar to Anne Frank,Israel Arbeiter wanted to see a better world.“May a new love and humanity be born out of the horrors that we have know”. Unfortunately Anne Frank was not able to see this, Mr.Arbeiter has worked hard over the past years to try to makes this happen. Through the Israel Arbeiter Essay students are able to recognize The Holocaust and are aware that change can happen. Mr.Arbeiter speaks to people all over the world spreading the word of love, kindness, equality, mankind appreciation of each other.
During the Holocaust Erich Schoen had to live with many strangers. Sometimes it was very uncomfortable, but he also made many friends. Sometimes people would try to help him but since Erich did not know them he tried to avoid them as much as possible. But working with many people for many months had Erich make friends. He liked the fact that he could talk to people in the concentration camps without feeling out of place or feeling uncomfortable.
For assimilated Jews, the assimilation was desirable and necessary because it was the only way they could succeed in a society that despises Jews. Most of the population, even the government itself discriminate and despise Jews, and they refused to accept and respect Jews. In fact, at the end of the 19th century the political anti-Semitism took force making the Jews position even worse. Jews once they were assimilated, society started to accept Jews and respect them. After Jews saw the good changes that brought their assimilation, they thought it was the best option to live a good life, making it a solution to the emancipation and integration of Jews.
Much of what they endure is biases and evils we no longer have to deal with in our current society; or, if we do, we undergo in a lesser form. And yet we are able to both sympathize and empathize with what these characters suffer, perhaps because we suffered them ourselves or because we simply cannot imagine going through them. The era of the Great Depression and the age of racism are the two key factors and what really allow us to feel for those who lived in the past. The prevalence of injustice and the striking way it is presented, give us a connection to what was like then. And it is irresistible not to feel compassion for those living in such circumstances, not merely because we can imagine ourselves in those situations, but also because our worlds could not be further
During the Holocaust, lots of people died and maybe some lost their faith, but I believe that the faith of many people grew. The reason I believe this is because if something bad is happening to me and I gave up I think that it would be more painful giving up then praying and believing in God to come help me and deliver me from evil like He says he will in the bible. God works in many ways that people may not understand but in the end, I know He does it for a reason. The Holocaust was a horrible time and I don’t think anyone would want to back to the time period. I think the Jews were saved because of their power of praying.
The topic of the holocaust is what I am interested in for my research assignment. More specifically, I want to focus on the social aspect and the life of those inside the concentration camps. I want to learn about how life changed throughout the peoples time there rather than how they got there exactly. A tentative question I wish to answer would be along the lines of: “how did the survivors of the holocaust, whom lived in the concentration camps, actually survive?” I believe most people, including myself, have a general understanding that life in a concentration camp was horrible, so there must have been something that gave some people the will, hope, or luck to survive and I hope to find out what it was.
And always there are those who are willing to allow the suffering of others to achieve their own desires. The adults of Omelas are not using just discrimination, and because of their immorality, are not happy. The people of Omelas are very much like the people of today. Whether they realized or not, people suffer daily only for others to benefit from their efforts. The narrator tells the reader,
The world silence was due to the consequences that were written down for them , the risks were very harmful and all countries knew that they have a high chance of losing. This all goes back to WWI Damage that was caused, The second main point was that you don 't have to risk your country for another group of people which are considered as out cast . Lastly the world was very hateful toward the jewish people and many europeans enjoyed what they were going