Oskar Schindler A Hero It 's one of the biggest questions you ask yourself was Oskar Schindler a hero or not? The topic of Oscar Schindler was a hero or not is a very controversial topic some people say he was a bad man for what he did at first but some said he was a hero. Some people say he was an alcoholic woman cheater money- hungry man he only wanted money from the start. The reason he 's a hero is because he saved more than 1,200 Jewish people 's lives yes you can say he was an alcoholic woman cheater money-hungry man but that 's who he was and that same man saved 1200 jews. Oskar Schindler was a selflessness man did a lot for other people.
Than later on the Nazies led by a man named Adolf Hitler and this man did not like the s and I 'm not meaning my family in specific he disliked Jews. Event #2: Now by 1932, the Nazies had the largest voting in the largest lawmaking body. Now by the following year they named Hitler Chancellor of Germany. But years later on Hitler 's hate touched my family personally. Now my family 's landlord was against Jews just like the Nazies an made our life miserable.
One of the biggest issues that the new government had to face was the exaggerated terms of the Treaty of Versailles. These terms limited the Weimar Republic from fully developing and growing to become a fully fledged society. The signing of the Treaty of Versailles meant torture for the country and the people populating it, and a vast majority of the population felt it was betrayal from the German government, naming the Weimar Republic officials the ‘November criminals’. Many people that supported the Weimar Republic changed their views after the terms of the Treaty of Versailles became publicly available since they felt the Weimar Republic was just the result of losing the war rather than the actual choice of the majority of the population. The problems faced by the Weimar Republic
Many Jews were taken from their homes and were killed, or were treated less than animals until death of starvation or exhaustion. Elie Wiesel shows many instances of dehumanization through the abuse of all Jews and the loss of his own name. Through doing so, he tries to prevent any similar event. Many Jews suffered from dehumanization during this terrifying event. Elie was very affected by these acts of dehumanization, such as when he and other Jews were shaved completely.
Dionysius indicated that there was persecution before the edict but the edict itself turned many believers away from the church. He told Fabius about Christians being forced to sacrifice and some attempting to flee. Those who attempted to flee would be captured, bonded, and imprisoned. If they still refused to sacrifice after their imprisonment, they would most likely be tortured (Novak 122). The bishops of Rome, Jerusalem, and Antioch were all arrested in the early stages of the decree.
Sociological effects The end of a multicultural frame work, a massive conversion of Jews, The elimination of a plural and open society. Thousands of people were arrested, tortured and executed in Spain. Economical effects Research shows that Spanish regions that were more affected by the Inquisition are associated with lower economic development (An Economic Analysis of the Spanish Inquisition’s Motivations and Consequences by Jordi Vidal-Robert) A less innovative mind set. The repressive behaviour of the Inquisition have negatively affected the willingness to innovate or to invest in new technology to avoid being punished Political effects An impossibility to express any political ideology that differed from the official ideology. With the Inquisition the Kings of Spain and the Spanish Catholic Church were acquiring more and more power by the use of
It is puzzlement why nether fought back and would this have ended a social problem before it began. Of course this is just a thought. Ronald Berger wrote a book about the “Jewish Problem” called Fathoming the Holocaust: A Social Problems Approach. I have read excerpts from his writings that were very enlightening since before my view was simply how cruel one race could be towards another. Today we face not one but many social problems in the United States and around the world.
History is always backed up by documents, letters, or any kind of evidence to sustain its existence.An order for Nazi soldiers during this time was to destroy any and all documents and only speak rarely about the plan to “relocate” the Jews.”The Germans destroyed most documentation that did exist before the end of the war. The documents that survived and related directly to the killing program were virtually all classified and stamped“Geheime Reichssache” (Top Secret), requiring special handling and destruction to prevent capture by the enemy.”This plan had worked too unwell which contributes us the proof today.”Despite Nazi efforts to keep secret the unfolding Holocaust, information did leak out. The perpetrators themselves talked about what they were doing. “ (John Zimmerman) German and German appointed
by the mean and unkind people in the world. While the families were in hiding, Anne, as well as everyone else, was upset by the fact that they had to hide from the Germans, they had to do this, because if they didn’t they would be sent to a concentration camp, and be put to their deaths. Anne was upset about this but she said “Were not the only people that have had to suffer.”(Frank,510) During the holocaust, many people were treated badly based on religion. It all happened because of the unkind people, Hitler, his followers, and the Germans. Peter says in anger “Look at us hiding for 2 years not being able to move.” (Frank, 510) The people that are hiding in the annex are only there because they don’t want to get sent to a concentration camp, or be put to their death.
Gatsby thought she would be impressed with his wealth, but Gatsby doesn’t come from “old money” like Tom does, and that status means a lot to Daisy because she also comes from “old money”. And Gatsby’s money isn't secure like Tom’s is because Gatsby deals with illegal money. Gatsby thought that he could break up Tom and Daisy’s marriage just because he had money. His immense amount of money led him to believe that he could rekindle a relationship that had been long