We all know that Jewish people were the main targets in the Holocaust, but not many people know that other groups and races. Some groups that were killed are but not limited to: disabled people, LGBTQIA+ people, Roma Gypsies, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Polish People and people of African descent. While Jewish people should be recognized for their struggles, so should every other group. Disabled People Hitler didn’t want to have any disabled people in Nazi Germany. He thought that they were too much work and overall useless to society.
Elie Wiesel made a speech called, "The Perils of Indifference." In which he believes that indifference is evil. Elie Wiesel is correct that indifference is corrupt because it makes people not care, and it makes other people suffer. Indifference makes people not care about something or someone. In Elie Wiesel's speech called, "The Perils of Indifference", he articulated, "Sixty years ago, its human cargo -- maybe 1,000 Jews -- was turned to Nazi Germany."
He blamed the Jews that they did not fight for them, but it wasn’t true. It became a Nazi theme propaganda. Many of the German Jews fought the battle. The Germans were so humiliated and Hitler joined the He then joined the National Socialist workers party (Nazi party), which was for a group of young men. Germany had to get rid of their emperor.
The doctor that was trying to heal Klara was Jewish, but despite his race, Hitler was appreciative for the care that the doctor provided because he had not yet developed a detestation towards the Jews (Weinberg). Hitler was schooled as a young boy, but he did not finish his high school education because he moved to Vienna, Austria, when he was 18 and attempted to get into the arts academy (Weinberg). Instead he was rejected, and his rejection into the arts academy left him with ample time to ponder his political and racial views (Weinberg). It is in Vienna, where Hitler’s racist and anti-Semitic ideas began to formulate (Weinberg). In addition, Hitler studied German politician’s methods and ideas in his free time, and because of this studying, Hitler learned how to please the people, the democratic process, and he developed an abhorrence towards the Slavic people.
I do not think that it would be this way had she been alive. Some people, mostly the Holocaust deniers believe that Anne Frank’s diary is a forgery. They are people who, by means of an attack on the diary, attempt to sow doubt about the fact that the Holocaust truly took place, that six million Jews were murdered during the Second World War, and that the Nazis ever built any gas chambers. In an effort to put these rumours to rest, the documents were analysed for handwriting, glue and binding methods, and the types of ink and paper. Nothing was found that would even remotely point to the diary being a fake.
Nothing ." Many past events have occurred where social differences have influenced mindsets of people, taking the Nazi ideology where removal of Jews from the whole world was thought as a priority .In Afghanistan, till date Shias and Sunnis are segregated, Hazaras are ill -treated and are called mice eating and load carrying donkeys. Pashtuns, on the other hand are the high classed majority. Despite all these contrasts in Race, religion, caste or origin, socials differences are overcome
Hanna, another Jew lady, and he resisted against the domination of soldier. Barber was about to lynch but Commander Schultz came suddenly and save the lives of barber and Hannah. Dictator Hynkel tightens his persecution of Jews after their rejection to donate regime for the further expansion of Tomainia. Commander Schultz opposed such action, so, he has to go to the concentration camp. Many Jews sent to the camp.
Hitler in the time of the war had not been regarded as an anti-Semitic (Willmot, 2014, p. 123). Many historians are not certain when Hitler became ant-Semitic. Epstein (2003, p. 48) states that in Hitler’s book chapter 2 of Mein Kampf, he relates to how he became “an anti-Semite”. At first the allegations against the Jews in Vienna shocked Hitler but after careful observation, “that the gross charges against Jews were all true” (Epstein, 2003, p. 48). Hitler then states in his book that Jews are both communists and capitalists, that they are “traffickers in the white slave trade, that they were responsible for Germany’s surrender in the First World War, if not stopped, they will destroy the civilized world” (Epstein, 2003, p.
Elie Wiesel survived the Holocaust and his accounts of Nazi death camps portray a dark time for moral values. Unfortunately for Jewish people in Europe, they were the target of oppression for Hitler. Society stereotypes the Jewish people just as other ethnicities. Stereotypes seem to be a common way for people to view others. Germany needed a scapegoat for all the struggles they were facing and Hitler used stereotypes to give the German people a scapegoat.
Nazi war criminals have evaded law enforcement for over 80 years. The prosecution of the war criminals have stretched far and wide in order to get to the level that the prosecutors have reached. It has been declared that the people will not settle for the injustice presented upon them from the Nazi criminals. Continuing to prosecute Nazi war criminals is not only just, it is essential in order to attempt to right the wrongs done to the victims of the Holocaust, prove to disbelievers, and in order to remember the victims. Throughout the Holocaust, there were countless horrendous things done to the prisoners.
The German American bund was a failure of trying to bring Nazism to America and it was led by Fritz Kuhn who also led it to its downfall. The German American Bund was a fortunate failure of an organization that had unsuccessfully tried to bring Nazism to America. The entire facility was ran by German immigrants who supported Hitler. In addition to that, the group mainly consisted of German American citizens. For the children of these German settlers, they were put in Hitler Youth camps and were educated at German American schools that practiced Nazism.
They were hoping that a few of them would just be taken and that the Germans would leave. The life of delusion was what they were accustomed too and stuck in their comfort zone. The Jews was shocked that the news came that the next day they all will be forced into concertation camp. Plus, they were in their own community why would they be scared. They had their own police force and resources.
When the Jews were locked up in concentration camps during WWII with no escape it was like no one knew what was going on. The word was kept quiet that Jews were being exterminated in camps and worked to death in labor camps so the Nazi’s could continue their plan known as “Final Solution” to exterminate all Jews. While there is no plan in Syria going on right now to exterminate all Syrians, it 's definitely not being kept quiet that there is a war going right now in Syria and the Americans are not doing anything to try to help other than having all these unimportant meetings deciding what to