In the movie Schindler’s List, the director showed how Jews were helpful to other Jews by depicting many men helping others. An example of this would be, Stern asking Shindler to take some of the Jews as workers so they would not get killed or abused as bad as they would in the camps. It showed Stern asking Shindler to take on people who are perceived as weak or a target to the Nazi’s. Specifically, it showed a child that had a target on his back because he spoke up to the Nazi’s when someone stole in the camp and he got a job in the factory because of Stern convincing Schindler to take the Jews who needed help. This is vital to a little boys life and helped him survive because Stern found it in his heart to save his people even though he was going through the horror too.
These events show that the reason Vladek survived the Holocaust was because he was resourceful and because of that sometimes created his luck. Vladek used his knowledge to his advantage to survive the Holocaust and that created some luck. Vladek almost got caught taking goods to another store by the Nazi (pg. 149). Vladek pretended that he was taking goods to his own store.
Oskar schindler should be considered a hero because during the holocaust jews were facing the violence and misbehaving of nazis while schindler being a nazi was trying to help jews and give them the best life at that time he could and because of him nearly 1,200 jews survived the brutal war. At first, Schindler was accepting jews workers in his factory while others were kicking them out. He gave jews a work permit so, they can stay and don 't have to be moved to camp where other nazis whipped people. Jews were allowed to visit their family members working in other part of factory and were not afraid to killed if they made any mistakes but were appreciated on their good work. He would also entertain them by his humorous personality and lighten up their day with little gifts like a pack of cigarettes which can be traded for food.
They needed to act brave for their families and ensure they had solace. In Art Spigelman 's nobel, "Maus," he portrays the Holocaust revolving around his father, Vladek Spiegelman. To begin with, Vladek Spigelman and his wife, Anja, both survived the Holocaust, but had to perform many acts of bravery. One act that most of the Jews took was hiding in bunkers to escape being sent to the extermination
How do you think a person can survive the most difficult thing that they had to face in their life? Well, Vladek Spiegelman(a survivor from the Holocaust) did do something that helped him in the Holocaust to survive that event. First, he would use his connections to people to help him survive. Another example of these things making part of how he survived was that he would get help from people to seek out information about places that he can hide in such as Mrs. Kawka’s farm. The final example of him being very resourceful and creating luck is him being able to work, for example, when he was at the P.O.W camps, When the Nazis were in need of war prisoners to volunteer for labor assignments, people that the Nazis offered from the job would be
He also wanted to tell the reader about his life as a Jew in a concentration camp and the horrors he faced. He wanted us to think about what we would have done in his place and what forgiveness means to us. After he published his book, he asked certain people to respond to the story and what they would have done in his place. Some people are Jews, some are Christians, some are young, some older, some were even part of the war. Everyone who wrote an essay was different from the rest in some way, but they all had one connection, Simon.
While I agree that good men admit and attempt to fix their mistakes, I don’t believe that the only crime is pride. In U.S. history, the U.S. made the mistake of removing thousands of Native Americans from their homes. They were forced to walk down the Trail of Tears in harsh conditions so they could make room for white settlers to move in. Later on, the U.S. admitted its mistake, and now there is land set aside for Native Americans to live on, and many of them receive money on their 18th birthday. The U.S. both admitted its mistake and attempted to repair it, but does this make the United States good?
It Support it because it give details how good he can be with doing things he need to . It connect cause he started from the bottom and started his way up by getting little jobs and work his way up. How is this seen in Raisin the sun? Booker T . Washington with such an insult has profound historical and cultural implications “ It 's correct because it shows all the racism that 's happen and how he made a fool of itself “Murchison and Booker T. Washington as assimilationists, and Mama refers to them both as “fools.”Act 2 , Scene 2 Because it 's shows a lot of relationship towards Washington .It support it because it tells what type of person he is .It connect to the main question cause it 's racism been going around for a while and he became a leader and started to stand up for what he believes.
Everyone has the ability to show compassion, but it’s the ones who take action and help others that truly make a difference. If someone had shown compassion and mercy to the millions of Jews who lost their lives, then there would not have been this horrible time in history. Even when Elie was in a camp that could potentially take his life, he still helped out and created light with others.