If the Jews need assisted any time soon, then some of the countries will step in and help them because no one wants to gape at what happened to the Jews ever again. The people of the other countries probably thought that the killing would only last a week and then it would become outdated, because of Hitler's hate for the Jews he made them kill for months. That is why, if they people of the other countries would have done nothing it would have turned out exceptional bad and people should have fought back at the Nazis sooner. The reason why it was so inhumane to do that to the Jews is because they are humans like us, and they still have the right like everybody else does. Also when you are torturing the Jews like that it is just wrong and nobod... ... middle of paper ... ...o is because the Nazis are executing millions of Jews and the Jews have nowhere to go if they go to concentration camps because everywhere they turn there is a gun in their face.
The reason he made himself a army was so he could go to other countries and claim them. He was trying to help the countries; he just took over instead of helping the country he vowed to support in the first place. Even though he said he would protect “all” of Germany's citizens, he ended up killing most of them, the Jews. He was forcing the rest of Germany to live in fear, and if they were scared there would be no rebellion against the Nazis. The non Jews should have fought back.
Why did so many non Jewish German people not fight back against the Nazi forces during the holocaust? Many feared that they would be placed into concentration camps, others were afraid of being crammed into crowded disease filled ghettos where famine took the lives of thousands. Most of all the people feared not only for their own lives but the lives of their family members as well. While the neutrality of the majority of the German people towards the genocide of many oppressed groups was by no means justified or moral, in their perspective it was the most reasonable option they had at the time. Courageously, many German people did fight back against the Nazis, despite all odds.
The way that Hitler treated the Jews were crimes against humanity and I know that many non Jews saw that but did... ... middle of paper ... ...erson that shows that there might actually be something going on. That this man is intelligent about this horrific case. If you were a non Jew and you tried to fight back you would end up dead, or severely injured by the punishment that the Nazis inflicted on you. Sadly, this rebellion of non Jews never happened to free the Jewish people suffering in the Concentration camps. Those are many of the reasons that the non Jews should have fought back against the German Nazis for the Jewish.
Why did the Holocaust happen? There was so much planning and detail put into the holocaust. It’s almost impossible to know every detail, because they did hide it the best they could and destroyed a... ... middle of paper ... ...ple would be a bystander, it is so scary when it’s a life or death decision of you or your family, but if we don’t step in and stand up for our neighbors, friends, colleagues, they could be taken and killed in seconds and we will have to live with the fact that we didn’t do anything. Like in Rwanda when a war broke out between the two different tribes, Hutu or Tutsi, and the Hutu gained control and killed 1,000,000 Tutsi’s in 100 days with Machetes, and that could have all been stopped if people wouldn’t have helped the Hutu gain control and help with the Mass killings. We never know what people are capable of, anything could happen at any time, if we just prevent the steps and do what we can as individuals to help others we can prevent Genocides for ever happening again.
Most of the people who were in the camps feared the Nazis so they were scared that if they would fight back that they would kill them; therefore, most people just listen to what the Nazis said. If the Jewish people fought back it would have risked their lives even more than it already was. Most of the people that were in the camps had a fear of the Nazis and were afraid to d... ... middle of paper ... ... thing to say if you lived in Germany that the Nazis have done the right thing killing millions of people for what just to show that they didn’t cause World War I. Even if they did not cause World War I they sure did help by causing World War II which everyone is lucky that it was not as bad as it could have been. The Nazis targeted innocent people that had nothing to do with anything that caused World War I but the Nazis were the judge, jury, and executioner for all the people they took into their concentration camp.
The study of the Holocaust matters to show people what happened so that others can learn from it and learn to accept people no matter what their religion. It must not be forgotten because the people who suffered in it should be remembered. It was a terrible time that should never happen again. All of the laws passed leading up to the Night of the Broken kept increasing Hitler's power and ability to persecute the Jews because there was little reaction to his actions; the violence and persecution increased leading to the final solution because of this indifference.
Seeing just how the Nazis worked is enough to make people not want to stand up for their fellow neighbor. The only way to fight fear is to step up and fight it physically and mentally. The problem can be solved with the non-Jews fighting against the Nazi party during the Holocaust. If the non-Jewish would have fought back sooner there would probably be a lot less casualties. The people should have stepped up and enforced the laws of humanity.
Not all Germans are bad. In fact some actually wanted to help the Jews but they were all afraid to get involved in the Nazis affairs and worried that their family will get killed just like the Jews. The Holocaust made the Jews feel like they’re powerless. The Holocaust was the Nazi’s scheme to stop the Jews from fighting back and to make to lose their hope. If everyone had came together then they might’ve been able to defeat the Nazis.
Thus Anti-Semitism was born on these brutal deaths, which started at the time of the Holocaust, Jews who survived the Holocaust became more resistant then other Jews. The old Jews did not receive any more support nor help, most of them immigrated to other countries and found strength to start all over again with hope for a better life in their hearts. Hitler’s power began this awful period in history, it was a restriction of the Jews rights then exile. The Jews were treated like animals and everything for them was forbidden, for many people the Holocaust is already old and unreal people prefer to think of it as something that did not accrued to them to not feel the