The camp area which was the second part of Dachau had 32 barracks, with one for those who opposed what the Nazi’s were doing, and another one that was for medical experiments. Administration... ... middle of paper ... ...her categories. “Starting that day, the Germans forced more than 7,000 prisoners, mostly Jews, on a death march from Dachau to Tegernsee far to the south” ("Dachau”). In the duration of the death march, anyone who was unable to continue the march for any reason was shot immediately by the German soldiers. This was not the only was that prisoners died though, many of them also died of hunger, cold, or exhaustion.
The inmates should undergo regular room inspections to inspect for any items or belongings that the prison feels is a threat and that the inmate should not be allowed to have, like any illegal substances or drugs and also weapons or any item that could be used as a weapon should be seized. They should also undergo regular evaluations to see if they have improved while being in prison, and if they will be ready to return to the community when they are granted release. The inmate’s health and nutrition is an important part in running a prison. The inmates should be fed properly, and also their emotional status should not be ignored, and it should be taken into account.
So, basically there was no way of getting out of this mess they were going to die one way or another. The last time Typhus was recorded was by the British Troops during World War II. They had forty two cases of Typhus in 1942 and that was one year after the allied forces arrived. Then the year after that there was five hundred and eighty two cases of Typhus... ... middle of paper ... ...perly, so everything went wrong. From their poor services, food, water, and sanitation, people started to die because of diseases which mainly broke out with Typhus.
Concentration camps forced people to work with little to no food, and were given 3 hours to sleep but were placed in crowded places. Extermination camps also known as death camps, people were killed in large groups and they were killed at a fast rate( History Holocaust 1). In either camp people were going to end up dying because in Concentration camps they were worked to death, and in Extermination camps it was automatic. Hitler ended up committing suicide and soon after German forces started evacuation death camps, and Soviet Union troops had arrived. These events made it hard for
The Effects of the Blitz on Everyday Life in Britain The Blitz had a major effect on everyday life; 1469000 people were evacuated at the beginning of the war, out of the people who chose to stay, 1.2 million citizens were left homeless 42 000 died, and 45 000 were injured. London was the worst affected area; however other towns such as Cardiff and Manchester were affected. Rural areas were not affected as much simply because there were not as many lights, making it harder for the bombers to see where to aim. ‘One man told me that his young sons were killed in front of him and he gently laid them together on his front lawn. In his own words, “I went to help the living and got my neighbours out alive from their kitchen”.
First, During wars, people don’t show much value for life. This statement is expressed for example in “The Four Brothers” through this passage: “I heard one say, ‘I am ready to be killed’| I heard another one say, ‘I am ready to be killed’”(“Sandburg And World War I” 15-16). With this passage, Sandburg expresses to his readers that many soldiers lose the value of life and prefer death over living because of the harsh reality of wars. In fact, many WWI soldiers committed suicide in order to escape the life of a trench soldier (“Military Suicides, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Birth Trauma”). Secondly, soldiers are brain washed and turned into killing machines.
The sentence was reduced to twenty years by President Nixon, and after Calley had served three years of house arrest, President Nixon pardoned him. A situation like this really sheds some light on the animalistic mentality of war. William Calley was a man void of any real sense of reality or morality. During the course of the Vietnam war, watching fellow comrades dying left and right, twisted his mind into a type of killing machine. What he did was horrendous and he should never had been pardoned from his sentence.
Legalizing Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide Although euthanasia and assisted suicide are frowned upon, legalizing euthanasia and assisted suicide would be beneficial to society. Through many forms of euthanasia and assisted suicide, people choose to end their own lives to relieve their suffering, to keep their autonomy and their desire to be able to perform their daily activities, and to prevent the fear of burdening their family. Even though euthanasia and assisted suicide are not considered the norm by doctors, the goal of a doctor should be to relieve the pain of a patient in any way the patient requests. Death is defined by “the absence of life” (Merriam-Webster). Many people have a different perception on when a person dies.
24) Every one of us has the right to choose the route we want our life to take, from the beginning to the end we should be able to do what we believe is best for us. Which is why euthanasia should be legalized to allow suffering human beings die in peace. Whenever a family member is diagnosed with a incurable illness it seems to impact the entire family. Even though it is not the entire family who is ill they all are hurt sentimentally to be notified that there is no way they could save their loved one from passing on. Worst of all to have to be through all the pain the patient undergoes as they are at the point where their book closes.
We need water, shelter, food and love, but among all important things we also need the right to be free. Having rights taken away from you for something you have no controlled of affects life and mental health. People who go to jail understand the reason why, but being treated unfairly for being you is not right. We are all human and we need our right in order to live a healthy happy life. VARIOUS CIVIL RIGHTS The civil rights movement does not only refer to the movement in 1963.