In total, german authorities and their collaborators killed up to six million Jews. That was two-thirds the population of the Jewish population in Europe 1939. Even though the Nazis didn’t annihilate the Jewish population or even win the war, they still ended, destroyed, and changed many people 's lives. So I conclude that the final solution was one of the most thought out and persistent plans
The Nazis established ghettos in poland, Polish and Western European Jews were all taken to Ghettos. Their methods used to kill the Jews were mostly shooting or gas vans. Even this took a psychological burden on the nazis to the point where they couldn’t kill. The Holocaust lasted for 12 years and near the end the allies were advancing on Germans and begin to take over the camps. The oder and and sight of the living conditions of these peoples were an abomination.The book night talks about these topics and Wiesel writes and thinks about the death and disappearance of God and his own increasing disgusted with humanity, reflected in the overturn of the parent-child relationship, as his father drops to a helpless state Wiesel becomes his annoyed teenage caregiver.
The nazi would let the People live if they paid the nazi to alive. t The Jews would try and cut the fence to get out and to get people to come In. If they ran they would be killed.The nazi's would make the Jews dig a big hole then when it was big enough for a body to fit in it they would shoot the Jews. The where 200,000 people murdered possibly more at a place called the postwar trail.On October,14,1943
In a Gallup poll conducted, 63 percent of Americans said that immigration is a “good thing” for the country. But another poll conducted, found that 53 percent of Americans don’t want to accept any Syrian refugees. It shows that not only are the immigration offices stereotyping and producing the characteristics of these victims, but so are we. It was France who promised to take in 30,000 Syrian refugees after the Paris attacks ; it was America who implied ideals of hate and of fear towards these refugees after the Paris
Right now hundreds of refugees are fleeing the war ravaged country of Syria with nothing but what they can carry. The United States does have a responsibility to take in the refugees because we are the great “Melting Pot” of the world, we help those in need and we stop those who are harmful. We are not doing any of the refugees a favor by turning them away at our gates, those who argued so strongly against the deporting of illegal immigrants, this is just as bad because these people need our help. The war in Syria has caused people to leave everything they love, their home and their country to find somewhere safe. That safe place should be the U.S, our country is safe and large enough to support these people 's so why are we turning them away.
The Nazis would choose whether they were capable of doing difficult outdoor work or if they should be sent to the gas chambers. 865,000 people did upon arrival, mainly due to gassing (Killing Centers). Thousands of people died from exhaustion from working since they were already weak from having no food (Byers 112). In 1941 Hitler came up with the final solution. He set up killing centers to quickly kill as many Jews as possible.
So after the Wannsee Conference in January 1942, Nazis began deporting the Jewish people to extermination camps designed for the sole purpose of killing. In the camps the Jewish people were put into a gas chamber designed as a shower. Then the Nazis dropped Zyklon B gas and within 15 minutes all the people inside were killed. The bodies were then burned in massive crematoriums that in the largest camp ( Auschwitz-Birkenau) could burn up to 8000 people a
Mariam Ismail 900152300 Rhetorical Argument #1 Since the year 2011, the Syrian civil war has brought terrible atrocities upon the people of Syria. These atrocities have caused the Syrian people to lose their homes, livelihoods, family members, - and most importantly- their sense of security in their very own country. Ever since the war has been triggered, not only have people been wounded, permanently disabled, or killed, they also watched their homes getting destroyed and their loved ones killed in front of them. Moreover, children were traumatized as they closely witnessed violence and brutality. This in turn led to the need of about 13 million Syrians to receive humanitarian assistance.
Most European Jews lived in countries that Nazi Germany would occupy or influence during World War II. By 1945, the Germans and their collaborators killed nearly two out of every three European Jews as part of the "Final Solution," the Nazi policy to murder the Jews of Europe. The city of Warsaw, capital of Poland, flanks both banks of the Vistula River. A city of 1.3 million inhabitants, Warsaw was the capital of the resurrected Polish state in 1919. Before World War II, the city was a major center of Jewish life and culture in Poland.
Millions of people that the Nazis considered to be imperfect were brutally killed in this camp. The Auschwitz concentration camp deported at least 1.3 million people to the complex, out of which 1.1 million were murdered in cruel and inhumane ways until the camp’s liberation by the Soviets on January 27, 1945. The idea of the “final solution” was implemented by the infamous leader of the Nazi party, Adolf Hitler. This brutal regime leader soon became, “convinced that his “Jewish problem” would be solved only with the elimination of every Jew in his domain, along with artists, educators, Gypsies, communists, homosexuals, the mentally and physically handicapped and others deemed unfit for survival in Nazi Germany” (History.com). It is difficult to find an accurate number of the people that were transported and killed in Auschwitz.
In Behind the Backlash: Muslim Americans After 9/11 the author states, “Arabs are caught between Census categories (where they appear as "white") and reality, between ‘us’ and ‘them.’ (Suhay136). Because of 9/11 many Arab/Muslim Americans are placed into another category, resulting in many Arab/Muslims feeling unwanted in their own lands even though they hold US passports. Often times the 9/11 attacks is said to have united the Americans, but many Muslim/Arab Americans who lived in the US for many years were not allowed to share the same grief many Americans did, but instead, many Muslim Americans were looked upon as terrorists
The Terezin concentration camp was part of the holocaust. Holocaust is a word of Greek meaning "sacrifice by fire". The Germans and their associates killed around two out of every three Jews as part of the "final solution". The holocaust is mainly thought of the genocide of 6 million Jewish people during World War 2. Gypsies, physically disabled people and poles were also picked out for demolition for national reasons.
After forcing many Jews to leave, only around 250,000 Jewish people remained in Germany; therefore, Hitler executed his Final Solution, which was "a policy of genocide, the deliberate and systematic murder of an entire population (Danzer et al. 544)." Jewish people were relocated to concentration, labor, and death camps. There, millions of Jews and other targeted groups were shot, starved, overworked, and gassed. Jews were the most victimized group in the Holocaust, but Hitler also targeted gypsies, Jehovah 's Witnesses, freemasons, and homosexuals (Danzer et al 548).