Reiner: Growing Up During The Holocaust

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Reiner was not living at the time that World War I began and ended. Reiner’s mother witnessed those hard times and saw how battle affected Germany as a whole. Germany had to surrender in order for the killings to cease, so that destroyed Germany’s pride, as well as a loss of a bunch of merchandise and land to the Allies. Growing up during the Holocaust would honestly scar me for life, especially if I were a Jew. Living in the American South during Jim Crow segregation would have opened my eyes at an earlier age when it comes to racism, because the subject would be right in front of me. As an Asian-American, I have not experienced as much hatred and segregation as Blacks would, both in the present and the past, but being alive during the
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