He brought destruction and ruined the love we had for one another. Soon all the positive and joyful feeling would be brought to an end for a period of time. Hitler had many motives to kill Jews just because he didn't like it. Hitler hated homosexuals and handicap people because they were too low of a class for him. He felt like the Jews were unsettling people and influence challenging ideas he didn't like.
There was hay in that mouthful, but she didn’t care.” Like animals, the Jews were given a bucket to drink out of that is unsanitary. The Nazis skillfully strip away, bit by bit, at their humanity. This nasty tactic has to be remembered, so it doesn 't repeat. On the other hand, Deitch may say the Nazis refer to all prisoners by their name. In the movie, the Nazis are calling the prisoners by their names such as “ Sarah Taitz.” This is misleading; in concentration camps, the Nazis do not care for the Jews’ names.
However, the Jews had no clue about the terrific life that was soon to come as they would suffer starvation, molestation, and experimentation. Through chemical showers and cruel/unusual punishment the Nazis dehumanized them and used them as scapegoats.
Well I tell you, you all stink to me!” He’s not even allowed to engage in activities with the white people. Because he is treated so unfairly he acts the same way towards the whites that have offended him. "A guy goes nuts if he ain't got nobody. Don't matter no difference who the guy is, longs he with you. I tell ya a guy gets too lonely an he gets sick" He said this because he was trying to find a personal with Lennie, because like Lennie, Crooks also has the same feelings of loneliness.
Which didn’t bring the German people much joy as his way of dealing with the aftermath of WW1 was revenge paid in all what Germany had to offer. Clearly disregarding how Germany would manage as well as the impact it would have on the future generations of Germans. The unreasonableness of the Treaty is what caused the Germans to suffer, causing them to want change, which resulted in anger and
“I told him that I did not believe that they could burn people in our age, that humanity would never tolerate it . . .” (Wiesel 33) These were the few words that were uttered by the bewildered Elie Wiesel when the inhuman intentions of the Nazis were made clear to all the Jews in the concentration camps: either work or be burnt. Despite the incident being real and happening right in front of Elie’s eyes, the cruel intentions of the Nazis were so extreme and inhuman that Elie had a hard time believing the magnitude of the situation; that everything going around him was just another nightmare. Taking the quote above by Elie Wiesel as an example, Elie Wiesel’s Night shows that the mass scale genocide of a racial or religious group leads to their extreme suffering and dehumanization.
As a result, wars, hatred, and protests broke out, because people thought they were better than others. Night and To Kill a Mockingbird are both related books because Jews and Blacks were stripped of their rights, experienced evil, and had no respect. Innocent black and Jews were wrongly stripped of their rights. In the novel Night there were a lot of rights taken from the Jews. To begin with, Jewish children were not allowed to German schools, signs were posed on Jewish
He’s rude with a flame-fueled personality, and doesn’t care for anyone. Well, there are a few exceptions, but he’d rarely ever admit it. The son of Satan is a huge dork; he knows it, too. He just hates the fact. No one better mess with his perfect British cinnamon roll, or there will be Hell to pay (pun intended).
Bruno doesn’t realize it but these are both very rude things to say. All Nazi’s thought they were superior and others were inferior especially jews. Schmuel was a jew and these were rude and offensive things to say Bruno was basically saying he’s better than Schmuel but didn’t realize
Because he is imprisoned, he is inferior to the Nazis, and he knows he will never overcome them alone. He is angry because he cannot go back to his barrack, and he blames the Jews because if they were not there, he would not be there unloading them. He is indifferent in the beginning, and once he begins this emotional crisis, he can
This dehumanized the Jewish because they could see and smell people dying and they were not able to do anything to defend them. People being thrown to the flames had no clothes (they had no respect for Jewish religion). Another example of dehumanizing is when Ellie’s father is being hit to death. “ Eliezer, my son, come here… I want to tell you something… Only to you... Come don’t leave me alone… Eliezer” (p. 14) this shows how Ellie had lost respect for his father. Instead of going to him and hold his hand as it was his father last wish.