In “The Diary of Anne Frank”, Anne’s legacy survived and we still know her story today. Alos, her family also kept hope that the war would end and peace would come back. Although many used active resistance to fight the Germans, passive resistance seemed to do just as much. It created a sense of human dignity, better survival, and
“Darwinian” can symbolize that the author is beginning to feel a primal “survival of the fittest” mindset while killing; it could also be a hint to the WWII metaphor because the Nazi’s used Darwinian ideas to justify the killings they committed. In the fourth stanza, the focus is still on the speaker’s personal experience and feelings. Now, the speaker is using blunt phrases that don’t suggest any mercy or regret, they suggest satisfaction and joy. The phrases “I dropped the mother” and “O one-two-three the murderer inside me rose up hard, the hawkeye killer came on stage forthwith” are cold and suggest a relentless killer.
They do this through public shaming and exercising control by banning media. This means of attaining power parallels World War 2 and The Hunger Games. In World War 2, Nazis were known to make a public showing out of brutally torturing and killing. This was a power tactic in attempt to show Jews that they should turn themselves in, and to cause civilians to fear hiding Jews or disobeying. In The Hunger Games, a similar tactic is used.
Gandhi’s followers, some but not all the people of India, were the ones to do this. While he was away they stood up and fought against the British regime. “At times the spectacle of unresisting men being methodically bashed into a bloody pulp sickened me so much that I had to turn away.” (Document B, Miller). Though they were being beaten to death they still never gave up.
People's minds get clouded by Haiman’s “heroic” acts while in fact Antigone was the real hero. How do we start progressing to the next step? Getting rid of sexism is such a huge topic today but obviously, there is still a huge amount of steps we need to accomplish to make our goals reality. The first step to change is realization. We need people to understand that this won’t go away on its own and sexist phrases and actions are getting old fast.
As one is in combat in WWII, everything becomes frightening and one relies on their country to make a good decision for the people in service. Fighting for a cause is on one’s mind, but also survival. By the end of WWII, Japan was nearly defeated by the Allies and the Nazi’s still had Jews imprisoned in concentration camps. The United States was determined to stop Japan from expanding and along their fight, the United States the terrifying circumstances that the Jews were experiencing. The actions made in WWII by the United States were positive based on their preparation for war, the atomic bomb, and the defeat of the Nazi’s in Europe.
Due to his desire to fight for what is right, he sacrifices his secrecy. He puts others’ needs in front of his own in his fight against the Nazis. For example, he agrees to sacrifice himself for the sole purpose of letting his wife escape Casablanca. Additionally, he has a great passion for politics. Most of his actions derive from his motivation to conquer the Nazis.
This shows that they risked themselves to be able to shelter a Jewish girl and a Jewish book, away from the Nazis. Serif and Stela also risked their lives. In my opinion all these examples shows how the Kamal’s expressed their kind values and intentions to be able to do this out of kindness. Brooks also uses the Albanian and Muslim community when talking about the traditional weddings and Serif and Stela prove that the beliefs and values that are said about a Muslim wedding are not always true. The Albanian language and beliefs are two things that saved a Jewish girl’s life and the actions that both the Kamal’s did for her risked their lives.
The Nazi Concentration camp was made to kill the Jews or make them work until they can no longer usually it was both they would work you until you couldn 't work anymore then they would kill you. Although people would say they were the same because the people in the camps were still taken from their homes forcefully, and they were both treated like dirt but people in Japanese Internment camps were never going to the camp to die, unlike the Nazi camps, we only did that so that we could move them away from some of the crucial resource areas. The Japanese-Americans we settled very close to some very important resource facilities crucial for the war and didn 't want to risk an attack. Japanese Internment camps and Nazi Concentration camps are two very different things.
For example, once Wisel found himself in the concentration camps, he started to question God, and why he permit something as horrible as the Holocaust to occur. On page 33, he asks, “Why should I sanctify is name?... What was there to thank him for?” Elie starts to question why he should continue to have a relationship with God, because He had allowed a traumatic event, such as the Holocaust to exist, proving the relationship to be challenged. As the story continues, Wiesel proceeded to ask himself questions.
The definition of resist is withstand the action or effect of. Throught the whole book the Jews resisted from the Natzi’s taking their culture. Although they could not fight back physically, the Jews kept their religion/culture in their hearts. When they were in in the camp the Jews would sing hebrew songs pg. 62-63.
That shows how strict the Nazis were on the Jews and how they put the fear of death in them to intimidate them. This is also a technique to keep them in the camps so that they would be too scared to even try to leave. The Nazis believed that they were the dominant race and that they needed to rid the world of any other race or a lesser race according to them. The way they planned on riding the world of these races is by fire or by toxic gasses. And that breaks article three which states “Everyone has the right to life, liberty and
One reason that ben and jew’s had coreg was “They had to have Courage because ben had to survive hitler 's army trying not to die with his family.” this was challenging for them because They have courage for this because they have to face all this when they had nothing to do with because hitler threatened germans to fight with him or they will die so they had no choice, so they had to kill all those jews or they will be killed. Another reason that he and jew’s had Courage was ben found tunnels and holes that he had to dig to sneak out of the ghetto and when he was out there he learned tricks of his family to get food there were holes in the wall and tunnels that led to the other side, so his family would not starve to death with the very small portion of food they gave them.” this had to be challenging for ben because ben had to figure out how to get out and learn all the tricks so his family would not starve to death befor the war was over. The last reason that they had to have courage because “He also had Courage because they had to sleep in the sounds of gun shots every day they could not go a day without hearing gunshots.”