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    of the Holocaust The Holocaust was one of the most horrible and dreaded events in history. Millions of Jews were killed‚ leaving many families devastated and hopeless. With the goal of racial purity‚ Adolf Hitler- along with many other Germans believed the Jews caused the defeat of their country‚ and led the Nazis to the elimination of Jews. For this reason‚ “Even in the early 21st century‚ the legacy of the Holocaust endures…as many as 12‚000 Jews were killed every day” (The Holocaust). Later

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    Affects of the Holocaust Our world has gone through many wars. But there is one war‚ in particular‚ that has changed the lives of thousands of people: World War II. This war brought out the worst in many‚ especially Adolf Hitler; who believed the war was a success because of how many Jews he had massacred. Hitler ’s goal was to make a pure race of people mainly with blonde hair and blue eyes; everyone else‚ the Jewish race‚ sick people‚ and disabled people were to be removed‚ erased‚ executed

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    Hitler and the Holocaust The Holocaust is a tragic event that happened not so long ago‚ but many people have already forgotten about this horrible event. Today‚ there are only few survivors left to tell their own personal stories of the Holocaust and what they had to go through. But what will happen when there ’s no survivor left to tell his/her story or speak of the truth that the Holocaust really did happen? Who will speak out for them and millions of Jews who had died in the Holocaust? Who will help

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    Abbey Goss English 3 Ms. Henry May‚ 14‚ 2014 The Holocaust was an eye-opening event that changed many people’s lives forever. Hitler worked his way into being chancellor and finally dictator in Germany. He put many lies in people’s heads so they would become his followers. The Germans had an extreme hatred toward the Jews and that led to the isolation of Jews in ghettos and then sending them to concentration/death camps. Those who survived were traumatized forever. The were affected emotionally

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    Hannah Brooks Mr. Turner World History II 27 November 2012 The Holocaust The Holocaust is one of the worst scenarios of genocide ever known to the world. The Jewish people of Europe were terrorized and slaughtered over a period that lasted nearly two and half years. During that time‚ nearly eleven million people were killed‚ including six million Jews. Even though the actual mass killings of the Jews lasted about two and a half years‚ the planning of this genocide started many years earlier

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  • The Holocaust: The History Of The Holocaust

    The History of the Holocaust: The Holocaust was a mass genocide committed by Nazi Germany that began on January 30‚ 1933‚ the history behind‚ we’ll discover. This all started with Adolf Hitler and his views on Jewish people‚ he saw them as an inferior race and scapegoated them for Germany’s defeat in 1918‚ a threat to Germans. Germany had now ruled now‚ persecuting Jews as they come and go; but Hitler had now wanted to exterminate their entire race. He was going to do this with mass killing centers

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  • The Holocaust: The Horrors Of The Holocaust

    We are all aware of the unspeakable things that happened in the Holocaust. The Holocaust was one of the worst mass murderings in history. On the day of january 30‚ 1933 Adolf Hitler announced the Final solution. This stated that all Jews were to be sent away to concentration camps. The biggest of which was Auschwitz. Auschwitz was originally a camp for Polish political prisoners. Then it shut its doors‚ but little did anyone know it got reinstated. The camp of Auschwitz was soon to be the site of

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    The Holocaust was a period of time that will go down throughout history. It was a time period where many innocent people were getting tortured‚ abused‚ and even getting killed. All this was because of one man who thought to believe that the jews were the ones to blame for all the problems that was happening throughout the world. All the jews were sent to concentration camps‚ not many survived the harsh years. The two main camps that made a huge impact to many were the Auschwitz-Birkenau and Buchenwald

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    Holocaust The Holocaust was one of the‚ or possibly the‚ most horrific event to take place in human history because of the complete disregard of innocent human life‚ Adolf Hitler’s idea of "ethnic cleansing"‚ and the fact that civilians and many other people went along with it. It was the Nazi plan for the total annihilation of the Jewish people during World War II. The amount of lives lost throughout the Holocaust was disgusting. Hitler was the main cause of the deaths because he thought the Jewish

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    The holocaust is a historical tragedy that affected the entire globe. There are still people alive today who suffered and survived the holocaust - they lost everything - their families‚ homes and cultural histories have been demolished. If that does not merit remembering a devastating part of history then what is? How can anyone forget? It’s important to remember atrocities like the Holocaust for several reasons to honor the victims and keep their memory alive through stories of their lives‚ to

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