Thesis Statement The surviving Nazi leadership’s defense team attempted to correlate their supporting argument with John Locke’s theory of government and property from “Second Treatise of Government;” however, in context, Lockean philosophy does not support the efforts of the Nazi leadership. The Nuremburg Trials took place during World War Two, and the Nazi defense team, led by Dr. Stahmer, attempted to use supporting theory from had many ideas from Lockean philosophy. The defense team stated, “This maximum is precisely not a rule of expediency but it derives from the recognition of the fact that any defendant must needs consider himself unjustly treated under an ex post facto law.”
Have you ever wondered what happened to the Nazi guards alive during the Holocaust? Former Nazis to this day are still being prosecuted, but should they really be? Nazi guards should not be put into jail anymore for many reasons. First, Nazi guards wouldn’t have been able to stop the massacre from happening.
Does forgiveness play a role in the reconciliation? Yes it does but not to the point of soliciting forgiveness. Theirs’s a process of be restored: confession and repentance, reconciliation and restitution, accountability and renewal, and then restoration. The person who has committed the sin has been forgiven after being restored. The person(s) who have been offended is under an obligation to God to forgive that person.
Article 232 and 233 states that Germany had to pay for all the damage they caused in WWI and the amount was finalized by the other countries. Germany did not want to pay any of the reparations because they did not agree that they should take full responsibility for the war. Angry Germans helped Hitler into power more than before because he stopped all the payments. These articles made the German people angry and yet again look to Hitler for leadership, by looking to him, he made the decision to stop all the payment being made. By ending payments, Germany made what the Treaty of Versailles says was broken and therefore starts to get the countries who are supposed to get money from Germany angry, so now the Treaty of Versailles made Germany angry.
It is divided into a section for each author: Moral and ethics, legalities and the legal problems. A problem highly critiqued in the book was the executing orders of superior personnel. Prior to the Nuremberg trials it was an accepted plea however in this instance the claim was rejected. Furthermore, it was stated that the Kellogg-Briand Pact did not sufficiently accommodate to the legalities in terms of the crimes against peace. The book states that the Nuremberg trials were indeed fair to the defence however, the allies used the trials as political vengeance.
The first line of the verse begins to say that men are almighty and because of that it is only fair they are forgiven. The second line goes “And fairest when to weakest men ’tis shown.”(103). What the author is trying to get across is that the porter is implying that a man in him weakest state is shown to be vulnerable, which means he is even more deserving of forgiveness, because of his suffering. The next part of the verse goes “Break off not the first friendship for the last,” (103). With this the author is showing that the porter is telling the lady not to ruin the friendship and bond they had created, just based on someone else creating a problem.
The Trials That Changed History “The Nuremberg Trial of German war criminals was tactically based on recognition of the principle: criminal actions cannot be excused if committed on government orders; conscience supersedes the authority of the law of the state. -Albert Einstein”. During World War II, many Nazis committed horrible crimes, including murder and human experiments. While the war was going on, they were not punished, and were not even recognized for their crimes. However, The Nuremberg Trials in Germany, punished many Nazis for their crimes, and proved that evil will be punished.
“ I must accentuate that I personally don’t have anything personally against them. It’s true that I view the Jews as enemies of Germany.” If you don’t have anything against the victims of the Holocaust, especially the Jews then why even bother hurting them in the first place. The Jews didn’t do anything to you. You don’t have the right to hurt them anyways.
The main driving point is Bless Me Ultima is Antonio’s coming of age. In the novel, Bless Me Ultima, by Rudolfo Anaya, Antonio is spiritually and religiously tested which leads him to a bildungsroman. Throughout the novel, Antonio encounters religious doubts like the golden carp and spiritual events like the deaths of others. Although Antonio’s purpose in the story is to fulfill his prophecy, along the way he experiences life changing grows more as a spiritual and religious person. Antonio spiritually grows when he experiences the deaths of Lupito and other dear friends.
In my opinion, I think he blamed them because they were not like him. When I say not like him I mean that they were not German or his race. Everyone had to be just the way he wanted them to be in my opinion. According to annefrank.org “by giving the Jews the blame Hitler created an enemy.”
Have you ever wondered why holocaust war criminals were imprisoned? Many holocaust war criminals would will be remembered for the acts they committed, the reasons behind their crimes and the consequences they faced. After World War II, in the beginning winter of 1942 the Allied powers announced their determination to punish the holocaust war criminals. The allied powers issued the first joint of declaration to prosecute those responsible for their crimes against humanity. "The
Individual loyalties greatly affect entire communities, especially in the Civil War novel, ‘The Killer Angels’. One person’s choice to do something (or not do something) will inevitably affect the lives of those around them. As French philosopher, Jean-Paul Sartre once said, “We are our choices.” Each choice changes dozens of things, just as each cause has many effects.
In the speech, “Failure of kindness,” George Saunders message is that he knew that people were suffering. But, he failed to be kind and help them, even though he was not mean. In the text, it says, “What I regret most in my life are failures of kindness. Those moments when another human being was there in front of me suffering and I responded… Sensibly.
Quote- " In a kind of obstinacy, the father refused to take off his attendant's uniform at home; and while his robe dangled uselessly on the clothes hook, he would slumber in his chair, fully dressed, as if always on duty"(Kafka 166). Critical- As I read more and more of the novel, I have seen that the father is a man who is very lazy.
Many people lost their family members in the holocaust one person was Otto frank he was the only family member in his family to survive the holocaust one quote he said was “i lived in fear for two years becuase of the naizs” that shows even after surviving the holocaust he felt guilty because he was the only one to survive the holocaust in his family.this is what many people went threw the holocaust. Survivor's guilt is when people feel guilty because someone they know passed away even though they didn't do anything to cause their death they still feel guilt. Many people argue about survivor's guilt. Some feel they should feel guilty others feel they should not feel guilty.