Summary Of The Holocaust: Anne Frank, Kitty Hart-Moxon

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Anne Frank, Kitty Hart-Moxon and Eugene Black. What do all these people have in common? They were all a part of the Holocaust. Kitty Hart-Moxon and Eugene Black are survivors and still living, sadly, Anne Frank died at the age of 16. The Holocaust was an undeniable historic event and should be taught to every generation throughout their education. The Holocaust was a genocide in which Adolf Hitler’s Nazis killed millions of Jews. Adolf Hitler captured the Jews and put them to work, once they weren’t needed, they were put in gas chambers to their death. As mentioned before, Kitty Hart-Moxon was a survivor of the Holocaust, Kitty and her mother were taken to Auschwitz, a Nazi death camp, to work in bathrooms or collecting the valuables. People were stripped of everything they owned even their name, which were replaced with a number. Living quarters were awful, eight people were to share one bunk to sleep. There were no bathrooms, instead you would use a bucket which they had to throw out the next day. Whistles were blown at 4 in the morning and a thousand people would run out to begin their work. This tragic event…show more content…
It gives them the opportunity to learn how to make moral and political decisions in everyday scenarios. Students are able to learn that scientific and rationality approaches to problems can not only cause destructive but beneficial consequences. The Holocaust gives middle school students a chance to challenge preconceptions and stereotypes of each race thus creating a complex relationship. Judging other students on their sexuality or race can cause insecurity or even suicidal thoughts. Racism is a very big controversial topic in the world causing many disagreements. The holocaust not only teaches students to control their behavior, but learn why you shouldn’t judge
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