The Holocaust: The Cause Of Genocide

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Genocide Essay Genocide has been a cause since the early 1400s and still continues to be a cause. It seems that killing off a massive amount of people will never seem to end. Generations died off due to the fact of genocides, so many innocent souls yet so little help. Genocide is and will always be an important topic, we as humans can choose how far we will allow things to end or continue. During this project I stated various genocides and added many pictures to show how serious and upsetting this cause is. I also interviewed someone that was impacted by a genocide, to show how genocides can change the living even if the genocide was years ago. It seems that the world has…show more content…
Statistics used in this project were the number of deaths caused during each genocide also percentages of statistics taken to show how many actually knew of this genocide, such as over 6 million Jews died during the genocide of The Holocaust. As well the survey taken by ADL GLOBAL 100 stating that less than 50% at the age of 35 and under have ever heard of The Holocaust. Testimonial was used when I interviewed a 2nd generation of The Holocaust, she showed me various pictures and explained in detail how serious The Holocaust was, how this genocide changed the lives of many Jews, and how it still impacts them today emotionally and mentally. Pathos was used to show the audience how important it is to seek change on this extremely important topic, by showing them pictures of how people were conflicted during each…show more content…
The Bosnian genocide which occurred in 1992-1995, The Holocaust which was 1933-1945, and the Darfur Genocide that began in 2003 and still continues today. All genocides are just as important but even if you only remember three it is enough to spread how important events like this should never occur again. Many of innocent men, women, and children died in each one. In The Bosnian genocide and The Holocaust many were sent to concentration camps which there they spend there lives during the crisis, in these camps many died of starvation, disease, force labor, and much more. Families in these genocides were separated and many never saw their families again. The Darfur genocide is just as bad, many civilians in villages are being attacked and
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