Once they had settled down people started to hear about what he had done to the Jews during the Holocaust. People did not approve so they started to add conflict to his life by scorning him and his family. Nobody wanted to hire him for a job. But when he made his own company nobody wanted to buy from
Another challenge that Ben and his family faced is that “Each resident was allotted a tiny ration of food that was barely a tenth of what a person should eat each day.” this is a challenge because his family is big family of people to only have a serving of food that was the size one person should get. This means that the Nazis treated the Jews with disrespect and no kindness. One last example of a challenge is “When he came back from the Partisan group his entire family was dead.” this is a challenge because when he came back from the partisan group and find out that your family died. That means that he might of felt sad that he did not get to see them since he
As Johnny goes through this difficult stage in life he decides to run away not thinking about where he’s going to stay or how he’s going to get food. He decides to join a gang of orphans with his best friend Billy in order to survive. This novel is still widely read today because it provides an inhuman image of brutal conditions African Americans faced in Harlem of 1940’s. In the Rite of Passage, the main character Johnny is hit with some really bad news that his family that he’s been living with throughout his entire life is not really his own. In the text, Johnny comes home after getting a good report from school and his foster mother and sister tell him that he is not going to be living with them anymore.
Benn did many courageous things when he was a partisan and when he wasn 't, one thing that was courageous was: “Ben soon learned tricks for sneaking out of the ghetto to find food for his family.” This is courageous because if Ben got caught sneaking out by the nazis, he would have the firing squad in front of him and his family. Another courageous act was, “Ben struggled to adjust to life with the partisans . He had to learn to shoot, fall asleep on the cold forest ground, to endure days in rain-soaked clothing, and to ambush Polish policemen and steal their weapons. Danger lurked everywhere in the hostile countryside, where Poles could earn rewards for turning in jews to the Nazis.” This belongs in the courage section because he went from being a good guy to a bad guy, if he didn 't do that he would probably be killed like the rest of his family was. The last of many reasons Benn Kamm was courageous was, “Ben volunteered for dangerous missions blowing up cargo trains carrying supplies to German troops.
The article,“Teens Who Fought Hitler” by Lauren Tarshis, tells the story of a man named Ben a Jewish boy who lived during the Holocaust. Ben lived in Poland during a terrible time were Jewish people all over Europe were dying because of Germany 's leader Adolf Hitler. Ben had to face some challenges during this time and had courage for others around him and this essay will talk all about how he did these things. But first we need to talk about what was happening around this time. This is after WWI when Germany 's leader Adolf Hitler was mad they lost the war.
Victims were told they were being taken over the border of Germany to Ukraine, but had to shower and make sure they wouldn 't bring over any disease. Shlomo Szmajzner, had reported, “As soon as the wagons were emptied, we were impelled towards a long corridor flanked by two fences made of barbed wire.” Voluntarily without suspicion groups of people went into these sealed chambers that pumped gas out and killed shortly after arriving. There were about 600 jewish workers keeping the camp running, but were often killed and replaced to keep rebellion from occurring. News was spread about what was happening in the camp and people were restless in trying to escape. One of the greatest escape plans
Josef weber goes to grief support because he feels he is being haunted by his pass, and deserves to die because of what he did. Josef Weber is a daily customer at the bakery Sage works, but she doesn’t notice him until he goes to the same grief support group as her one day. They start having daily conversations about their life when one day Josef confesses to Sage that when he was younger, and didn’t live in New Hampshire yet, he was a nazi. Although
I lifted Hassan’s mattress and planted my new watch and a handful of Afghani bills under it. I waited another thirty minutes then knocked on Baba’s door and told him what I hoped would be the last in a long line of shameful lies. (Hosseini 104) Amir does this because he feels so much guilt he cannot tolerate to be near Hassan, as everytime he sees him the memory resurfaces. The fact that Hassan forgives Amir (asking him to play, to go to the bakery with him) makes Amir feels even more guilt, as it reinforces their characters and status.The shame of not standing up for Hassan turns Amir into a cowardly liar. As a result of everything that took place, Amir frames Hassan to get him to leave, despite their previous friendship.
One day Bruno sees Shmuel cleaning the dishes and informs him that they are supposed to be enemies but instead offers him some food. Seconds later Lt. Kotler walks in and angrily asks Shmuel where he got it. Shmuel says Bruno gave it to him, but Bruno explains he doesn’t know him and walked in on him eating it. The lieutenant forced Bruno upstairs and he didn’t see Shmuel at the usual spot to meet up for a few days. While his parents frequently arguing his sister, Gretel and him realize it is a camp for the Jews and Bruno describes how it is a terrible idea, but his sister believes it’s only bad for the Jews.
The story “The Monsters” is about how a meat eater or something crashed and then all of their power,cars,phones,and lawn mowers quit working,and starting. The movie “The Andy Griffith Show” is about how a new guy came into town and it’s like that place was his home town but it wasn’t .He knew everyone’s name,and job ,and some people were getting kind of scared-worried that he was sent over to spy but he wasn’t he just got the paper from there and started to read it and knew everybody and just wondered what they looked like. How the stories and books and compared and contrasted. Some keywords I look for to say are about,how,who,what,when,and where. In both stories-movies they are alike because they both have something that scares-worries them.
Did mr.van pels even do anything to survive the most holocaust or did he do nothing, Letting his friends and family do everything? Mr.van pels is a survivor because he hid with the franks,He stole food in the annex and selled off valables for money.mr. van pels took food at night time in the middle of night when everybody was at sleep and took food back to his room and ate it.he sold of valables for money for cigarettes or food. Mr.frank befriend the frank at one of their open houses and meet at one of her gatherings. if he had never meet the franks or miep , he and his family would had been caught by the green police and sent to a concentration camp and would hade died.
Where that 's where they moved all the Jews to a ghetto for them to stay. They stay in Lodz for three years until they get on there next train. Daniel still has no clue where he was going all he knows is there going to a work camp. Daniel didn 't believe that, he thinks that they 're gonna kill them or torture them in some way. As he is riding he brought pictures but not his photo album because he didn 't have it with him.
The book Night by Elie Wiesel teaches many different lessons about the human nature, human condition, and society. Elie is a boy that grew up in Sighet, Transylvania (present day Romania) during the time that the Nazi’s and Adolf Hitler came to power. After being placed in ghettos, the Jews of Sighet eventually got shipped off to the concentration camps, the first being Auschwitz/Birkenau. When the Jews first arrived at these camps, they made sure to keep their friends and family close, as well as they looked out for eachother. After months passed by, many began to grow weak due to the lack of food and the harsh conditions that they faced.