Heidi's Dilema

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Heidi’s Dilemma
By: Mailie Elganbaihy pr. 6

If it were up to me, I would hide Greta. If she was my best friend than of course I would.
I would go and hide her in the secret room in the attic. My parents knew what Hitler was doing is wrong. By helping protect Greta does not mean that they are revolting out against Hitler. They can hide her and tell anyone who ask that that is their niece. After a few days I would go and hide her in my aunt’s house. My aunt has no children so she could easily say that that was her daughter. We could even teach her some things about our religion so that if she were ever questioned and asked if she was Jewish she could easily say no and be able to back herself up. If my parents had encouraged my friendship to Greta, my decision still would have been the same.

I believe that the people who thought that the Holocaust never happened are full of a bunch of crap. There is so much evidence to prove that it happened. Thanks to the genius invention of cameras, we have visual proof that the Holocaust did in fact happen. There are the tattoos that are on the survivors arms, from how the Nazi’s kept track of their victims. Written documentation that would have been documented during the time that the Holocaust happened.
If that is still not enough than they are the kind of people that cannot have their minds changed and you just leave them alone and let them go on with their day.

There were so many things that could have been done to help prevent this or at least stop it sooner. Someone could have tried to sneak out people. They could have notified another country to help them to let them know exactly what is going on. Another country could have gone in and tried to stop it. The people of Germany who were not Jewish and knew that it was wrong could have gone and tried to stop it.

There is no way that countries did not know what was going on, especially the ones that are connected to Germany. They could

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