Knock! Knock! “Mommy, what do we do?” “We go with these men. They can’t do anything to hurt us, they’re police.” “Okay.” Minutes later, Karolina, age 8, and her mother found themselves arrested without a reason other than the fact they were Jews. Hours afterward, they found themselves forced into a cattle car bare of any decoration or anything comfortable, not even food or water, and left to stand around in near darkness.
“Jews were required to wear a yellow star; Jews were required to turn in their bicycles; Jews were forbidden to use streetcars; Jews were forbidden to ride in cars, even their own; Jews were required to do their shopping between 3 and 5 P.M.; Jews were required to frequent only Jewish-owned barbershops and beauty parlors; Jews were forbidden to be out on the streets between 8 P.M. and 6 A.M.; Jews were forbidden to go to theaters, movies or any other forms of entertainment; Jews were forbidden to use swimming pools” -On June 20, 1942 Page 4. This quote from Anne’s diary shows how the Germans treated the Jewish people and how unfair this treatment was. Anne did not identify herself the way the Germans did. She viewed herself as normal at this time and was still focusing her time on being an average girl with all her
“The Lacks children had to work from sunup to sundown; they weren’t allowed to take breaks, and they got no food or water until nightfall, even when the summer heat burned. Ethel would watch them from the couch or a window, and if one of them stopped working before she told them to, she’d beat them all bloody. At one point, she beat Sonny so badly with an extension cord, he ended up in the hospital. But Joe got the worst of Ethel’s rage” (Skloot 112). External conflict occurs which is man vs. man because it is conflict between two or more people, Ethel, Deborah, Joe, and Sonny.
They had to wait in line for hours for stale bread, live in tenements that hardly met health codes, and people treated them like they were worthless including doctors and teachers. When Francie and her Brother went to get shots, the doctor kept on making rude remarks like,” I know they are poor but they could wash. Water is free and soap is cheap.” And insults by saying,”The world would be a better place if the poor were sterilized and unable to breed anymore.” The teachers we not any better. The poor kids got shoved to the back of the class and had to share desks, the teacher never called on them, and they were not allowed to go to the bathroom during class. Also, since the parents worked all the time, the children got little adult supervision. Kids had to grow up fast and had to take care of themselves, most dropped out of school to work.
Something more Important was that their was short supply of food for us. Now nobody talks to each other and some went out to shoplift for food. Event #10: On August 4, 1941 me an the rest of the people were found the way we were found was by an anonyms call to the police. And than we were taken to to a camp named camp westerbrok were it was horrible. we had work all day were not fed properly an had barely any rest and for us women we had to break batteries such was very hard
Do you ever tire? God, look at you, iron is what you are made of. Here we all are, half dead with weariness falling asleep over the cars and you say no landing-no firm island earth where we could make a quiet supper”(pg;839 L162-168). Many storms came and went so instead of wanting to stay there for two days, they stayed for two months. Eurylochus got what he deserved because Odysseus told them to swear they wouldn 't eat the cattle and they all told Odysseus they wouldn 't.
The next morning, he had prepared her a list of chores for her to do while he was out in town. The house was indecent, and tremendously filthy as if no one lived there. The windows had gaping holes, doors hung on it’s hinges at a jaunty angle, as well as having combs all over the house. That being the case, she didn’t quite finish all her tasks that day, it would at least take another week. Therefore she went to bed, without seeing Dante.
There was a small corridor for the prison yard, a closet for solitary confinement, and a bigger room across from the prisoners for the guards and warden.the prisoners were to stay in their cells or the yard, all day. The guards worked in teams of three for eight-hour shifts. As for the guards they were told they didn't have to stay on site after their shift was over. After it all the guards were just become completely different people. For example, complete different attitudes, they did not have any respect or sympathy for any of the other “prisoners”.
In the movie, The Book of Eli, the world changes to a cold, bare place, a place that nobody wants to end up in. Most of the people turn into scavengers and have lost eyesight or the ability to read without any books because of the war. The little towns that are still thriving are being taken over by people who want power. The people of the town are being treated badly and food, water, and cleanliness is very scarce. Eli has been a walker for thirty years who is also blind.
“Death with dignity is a human right: to retain control until the very end and, if the quality of your life is too poor, to decide to end your suffering; the dignity comes from exercising the choice.” says Jason Barber, whose wife, Kathleen Barber, died in his arms. He had one question in mind when she died. What was he going to say if someone asked him how she died? Whether she went peacefully? He decided to tell people that his wife died in peace, without any pain or suffering.
Imagine being stuck inside a warehouse for two years and a half with no sunlight, no fresh air, and not making any noise from 8am to 8pm. Could you live with knowing that the Nazis can find you and kill you at any moment? Can you manage to live with only rotten potatoes, beans, and bread to eat pretty much every day? Just try to picture you and your family going through this for two and a half years. That’s just what the Jewish Holocaust was.
I have no received my 10% extra bonus that He had agreed upon when I covered an extra shift when another worker could not come in. I was not allowed to take my 30 minute lunch break as it is my right according to the contract because I had apparently taken to long ringing up all the customers at the checkout. I was not allowed to have a day off because I forgot to take the trash out on a Friday afternoon. I was not allowed to leave work early on January 16th as it is a right according to the law, because He does not approve of my religion. These events were unfair and unjust and I have petitioned through them all.
The time of when cotton factories were running was not safe for children or anyone for that matter. This was a time of hiring people to do the dirty work and get hurt. Children working at the mills were beaten, abused, malnourished, and much more. The cotton mills should have never existed with this kind of abuse happening inside the factories. The fact is that these mills were bad for the health of the workers both physically and mentally.
Imagine living in a home where there is no water what so ever and can 't even use the restroom or take a nice shower ? California is in a critical drought and need to help and find ways to help as much As possible .Women ,Men , and children in a small town in California are receiving the worst of the drought and are having their most used privileges throughout the day revoked. This small town is going through difficult times and may be obsolete and be a abandoned town due to living conditions. These Men and Women and small children are all receiving this horrible time and can 't even have a nice shower when they want . Source #2 says “when it first went dry , we used to drive 45 minutes away to my daughter 's house to have a shower .
His grandmother showed him her death , he soon to realize that everyone had died on June. They figured out he knew , but not about his father. They put him in jail. Every year a father or man each year would go up to a box , grade a piece of paper and take it back to his family so everyone would open it together. If you had the piece of paper with the red dot, you would get stoned to death.