The Nazi Regime And The Holocaust

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Jamie A. Stephens Mrs. Fields Critical Research Paper May 9, 2017 Righteous Among The Nations Would you put your life on the line to save someone else's life? The resistance by the non-Jews to the Nazi Regime during World War II, was to help the hide Jews, sabotage the Nazi efforts, and help to save as many Jews as possible. This affected the Holocaust, by saving hundreds of thousands of Jewish lives. Many people wanted to help the Jews, and save them. The non-Jews that acted were the brave ones, who put their words to actions. The Nazi Regime was a new political party that came into power. Many Jews feared their lives, because of the leader thoughts towards Jews. Once the Nazi Regime began to put Jews to death, many non-Jews believed…show more content…
These people and organizations helped save many lives and helped to give the Jews their life back. Without the help of the Righteous Among the Nations, the Jews who survived might have not. The people impacted the Holocaust, because they prevented the Nazi Regime, from exterminating Jewish women, children, and men. These people like Irena Sendler and Yvonne Nevejean put their lives on the line to save the children of the Jews, from perishing. They also gave them hope and a well lived life. The organizations impacted the Holocaust, because they did not give up until the Jews were saved from being persecuted and killed. The organizations gave the Jews a sense of comfort and support. The Righteous Among the Nations helped the Jews, and resisted the Nazi Regime, which ended up affecting the Holocaust for the…show more content…
The Jews were saved by the efforts of the Righteous Among the Nations. They did not stop until every child they could save, was saved. This was how they affected the Holocaust, because they went out, and saved the Jews, and reduced the number of deaths of the Jews. 3,000 Jewish children were saved by Yvonne Nevejean , 2,500 Jewish children were saved by Irena Sendler , and with the help of the organization many Jews were given a life. The resistance by the non-Jew to the Nazi Regime during World War II was carried out by preventing and reducing the number of deaths of the Jews by the Nazi Regime. With the pamphlets of the White Rose, people and school were receiving knowledge about what was really occurring with the Jews, and the Nazi Party. This lead to more people helping and joining this organization. These are just a couple of ways, that the Righteous Among the Nations helped the Jews. This changed the plans of the Nazi Regime, and helped to saved many Jewish families, and lives of
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