They believed the Jews were a threat to their society. The Nazis also despised anyone who did not conform to their standards and beliefs. The Nazis committed unspeakable crimes towards the Jews and lead a movement that will forever tarnish our history. It was because of the Nazis' cruel actions and harsh anti-Semitic beliefs towards the Jews that the tragedies of the Holocaust occurred. The Nazis are entirely to blame for the Holocaust because they encouraged violence throughout Europe, and even forced fellow German citizens to join in their fight against the Jews.
However, if the father is very antisocial and he lives with his children his children can also develop a lot of behavior problems. Even though logically it seems that having a father living with the child would be beneficial for the child if the child observes that his father has antisocial behaviors it can create unwanted problems. Those conducting this study hypothesized that the most extreme cases of behavior problems would be found could they pass on traits that would cause antisocial behaviors genetically but the constant observing of their father’s misbehaving could create environmental factors as well. What was the prior research that motivated these hypotheses? Briefly describe the studies that have been done in the past that cause the authors to propose these hypotheses.
However, according to a website Holocaust History had mention when Hitler hated the Jews, he blame... ... middle of paper ... ...ermany, to have his power and to be the most evil dictator in the whole World War II history. About 6 million people died and most of them where the Jewish people. To conclude this essay, Adolf Hitler had many reasons why he hate the Jews, most of the reasons was about the government which is they are too intrusive on Germany’s politics and culture. Hitler and the Nazis believed that the Jews were a kind of biological struggle. In the Adolf Hitler’s he wrote that he’s hatred was influenced by Dr. Karl Lueger and the Christian Social Party.
Robert Frost's "Home Burial" is a masterfully written example of such works, conceived from his and his wife's anguish at the loss of their first-born son as well as from the estrangement between his sister-in-law and her husband due to the death of their child. In Donald J. Greiner's commentary on Frost's works, "The Indespensible Robert Frost," it is revealed that "Mrs. Frost could not ease her grief following Elliot's death, and Frost later reported that she knew then that the world was evil. Amy in "Home Burial" makes the same observation". "Home Burial" illustrates the cause of the failing marriage as a breakdown of communication, both verbally and physically, between two people who adopt totally different views in the midst of crisis.
Mariam, the illegitimate child of a wealthy businessman from Heart who lacked the courage to marry Nana, Mariam’s mother after having dishonored her. After the suicide of Nana, Jalil is compelled by circumstances to refuge to Mariam. Mariam resents to the limited place in her father's life. On her arrival in Jalil’s house she is exposed to the realities of life and she realizes that her father's place is her life has completely turned since his other wives considered her to be a burden then an asset. She is discriminated at every juncture.
Hamlet is unable to escape from his depressive state because of his continuing grudge towards Claudius. Hamlet now not only loathes his new father, but his mother as well for remarrying so quickly and to his father’s, her late husband’s, brother. Hamlet mourning is prolonged and extreme as he continues to wear a dark wardrobe long after his father’s death, unable to accept what has happened and move on with his life. Hamlet’s depressive mood swings are a symptom of his bipolar disorder. According to The Gale Encyclopedia of Genetic Disorders, the mood swings associated with bipolar disorder range from mania (elevated or irritable mood) to depression (a mood characterized by loss of interest and sadness).
Hamlet is greatly disturbed by the fact that his mother does not mourn longer for his fathers death and conveys his anger about this subject on several occasions. The marriage of a man to his sister in law is thought incestuous by the church and contributes to the overall lack of decency in this story. Claudius is directly responsible for the death of the king, Hamlet's father, and he also contributes to the deaths of Gertrude and Hamlet. His actions set into course a series of events of which the end result is the deaths of Polonius, Laertes, and Ophelia. He is also indirectly responsible for the deaths of these characters.
“When thus, for the first time I recognized the Jew as the cold-hearted, shameless, and calculating director of this revolting vice traffic in the scum of the big city.” (Hitler) These were the words of Adolf Hitler, leader of Nazi Germany during World War II. He strongly despised the Jewish culture, and he believed that they needed to be exterminated in order to protect his “Fatherland.” (Hitler) His strong hatred began the second World War, and it also lead to the deaths of over six million Jewish people. The question that many are asking after the fact is why he did what he did. What caused his intense hatred? Why was he so successful in his endeavor, despite the obvious violation of humanitarian laws?