In fact the Jews became the disease in people's... ... middle of paper ... ...schools and institutions to bury their tissue sample collections in 1990. . In the book Hitler and the Final Solution by Gerald Fleming, there is a quote from Hitler that says, "Once I am really in power, my first and foremost task will be the annihilation of the Jews." He nearly achieved his goal with the help of the Nazi doctors, killing nearly six million Jews. Works Cited Gutman, Yisrael and Michael Berenbaum. Anatomy of the Auschwitz Death Camp.
A supporter of this theory is Filip Muller, a surviving Jew forced to dispose of dead bodies into gas chambers, better known as a Sonderkommano. In his book Eyewitness Auschwitz, Muller reveals blueprints found in Auschwitz labeled “Auschwitz II-Birkenau extermination camp,” discovered in the Nazi archives (174). These blueprints are similar to the surviving concentration camps such as Treblinka, Warsaw, and Belzec. Each exter... ... middle of paper ... ...h to relieve them from their sinister actions committed inside camps throughout Poland. The final act that sentenced Hitler and his followers as guilty men occurred in the war crimes trials where they accidentally revealed their sin of exterminating not thousand but millions of innocent Jews.
To the Nazis the Jews were threats to Germany. The physicians shared this feeling, and when Nazi doctor Fritz Klein was asked how he could reconcile his role at the concentration camps with his oath as a doctors, he responded, “Out of respect for human life, I would remove a gangrenous appendix from a diseased body... ... middle of paper ... ...ntation. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992. Bauer, Yehuda. A History of the Holocaust.
In this paper the researcher will attempt to give accurate accounts as to how Adolf Hitler came to power, why he killed innocent people, and where the carnage began. The researcher will attempt to accurately show when the Holocaust began and who was affected by one man and his follower’s beliefs of their superiority over others. The Jewish people have always been victims in one sense or another; it would seem that whenever something went awry they were the ones to be held accountable. It seems the Jews have been persecuted for the problems of the world even when they have committed no wrongdoing. The most horrifying account of Jewish persecution is the Holocaust, which took place from 1933 to 1945.
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On the first of September, 1939 World War II began. Hitler is in power of Nazi Germany and is wanting to cleanse the German people of racially unsound elements. He enacts a program that will aim to eliminate the so called “lives unworthy of life” called the T4 program (History Place). Over the next six years throughout Germany, many people are experimenting with and euthanized to help Nazi Germany reach a “pure” state. Was this program that was enacted ethical and what has happened since then to stop something like this from happening again?