He got luck when he used his knowledge to go to the official car and when he didn’t run and instead lied about being a Jew. He also got lucky when instead of running away or giving in he lied about he good he was carrying and said he had a store. Vladek was also unlucky sometimes when he was resourceful. An example of this is when Vladek made a bunker him and his family got caught.
People do not realize that some Germans played a role in rescuing Jews. One of the most courageous was Oskar Schindler. What makes Oskar Schindler such a good example? Schneider took a gamble with the Nazi Officials and it paid off in full. The gambles was with the jews, he knew what the germans were doing was wrong.
Hans Hubermann helped him because Max’s father, Erik Vandenburg is the reason why Hans is still alive. He gave his life in order to save Hans from dying during the First World War. In order to give back, he helped Max hide from the Nazis. Hans is indeed has a brave soul because that time, a German hiding a Jewish person in his home is a mortal sin. It is the most hazardous thing to do.
Between five and six million Jews were killed during the Holocaust, as a result of discrimination and it is still a widespread problem. Fighting discrimination and creating an equal society takes great wisdom and strength. Both the book titled Opening Day and the film titled The Book Thief share themes of wisdom overcoming discrimination: Opening Day reveals how Jackie Robinson had to be smart when fighting discrimination; similarly, the film titled The Book Thief illustrates Liesel’s need to be wise when helping Max. Jackie Robinson used courage and wisdom to help him battle segregation and become as successful as he was. For example, Jackie’s courage is reflected when he was ten and he was playing in a local park and a white girl started yelling “Nigger!
The Holocaust was truly scary for several people, but especially those of Jewish origin. The Holocaust managed to kill twelve million people, six million of which were Jewish. The Frank’s couldn 't get out of the due to the Nazi occupation, so they did the next best thing, which was to hide. Otto Frank was the one who helped arrange it, due to his ties with some people in his company. Otto Frank is an example of survival because he was a natural leader, selfless and caring.
Bobby Hutton, a young member of the BPP, was shot at seventeen years old on April 6, 1968. His death and what that meant for other young members impacted the organization greatly. On April 2, 1969, twenty-one members were arrested on terrorist activity charges, this group was dubbed “the panther 21”. Protests were held in honor of this group but to no avail. After the panther 21 the organization began to dwindle as goals began to separate and change for the group.
The Germans had planned to destroy the ghetto in three days. The Jews lasted for at least a month. Resistance fighters succeeded in hiding in the sewers, even though the Germans tried flood them and then force them out with smoke bombs. Not until May 8 did the Nazis manage to take the ZOB bunker. People hiding there surrendered, many of the survivors committed suicide instead of being captured; Mordecai Anielewicz the leader of the resistance killed himself.
Many leaders such as Foreign Minister László Rajk, who was arrested in June of 1949, were hung in show trials on what was later admitted to be “fabricated charges”. Official admission of crimes by the Hungarian regime in March of 1956 resulted public reburials of the 1949 victims and in the dismissal of Rákosi as First Secretary of the General Committee. The 1956 revolution in Hungary took place in a world that was changing for communism. Communism's great leader Stalin had died in March of 1953 after ruling the Soviet Union for 30 years.
His next murder occurred on or before July 14, 2004, only six months after being released on parole. The dates of kidnapping and death aren’t known for sure. Anna Ewing was the victim and she died of strangulation by her own clothes and a broken neck. On the second of September, the bodies of Patricia Wilson Butler and Sheliah McKinzie were found under a tarp in an abandoned garage. Sheliah McKinzie had remnants of semen in her vagina and rectum, indications of rape.
Oskar Schindler A man named Oskar Schindler actually saved more than 1,200 Jews in the Holocaust. He persuaded the Nazis to save them and transferring his workers so they don 't suffer the death camps. He is a very brave man for what he did. By 1935 a lot of Sudeten Germans joined the pro-Nazi Sudeten German Party. Schindler joined too-not for the love of Nazis, but because it made business sense for prevailing wind.
Did Adolf Hitler really shoot himself? On April 30 1945, Adolf Hitler committed suicide in his underground bunker. His body was later discovered and identified by the Soviets before being rushed back to Russia. But could it be true that Hitler did not die that day, and escaped to Argentina?
It is still not certain as to who it was who told the police, so people just say it was an anonymous tip and the name of the betrayer is still unknown to this day. The two families were shipped off to Camp Westerbork which is a concentration camp. They were eventually transferred to Auschwitz death camp in 1944. When they arrived there, they were separated by gender.