The Holocaust Genocide, And The Holocaust

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Genocide What is a genocide? A genocide is “the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.” What was the Holocaust? The Holocaust was a massive genocide in that took place in 1933 until 1945. It was conducted by a man named Adolf Hitler and his army, The S.S. This event killed millions upon millions of Jews, leaving the world a different place. Genocides typically have eight steps before actually occurring. Step one: classification, all cultures have categories to distinguish people, to classify people they usually look at a person 's religion, race, nationality, or ethnicity. Step two: symbolization, we usually give the names or symbols to the classification, like for instance …show more content…

The nazis killed people that couldn 't or weren 't capable of doing hard labor. They killed many men, women, children, and the elderly. The people that were able to work and were in condition were kept alive to do hard labor, be tortured, to clean up all the decaying bodies of the others, and to be used for medical experiments. There was a SS physician, Dr. Josef Mengele, also known as the “Angel of Death”, he was in charge of giving the prisoners “check ups and giving them the medical help they needed.” He performed cruel acts of violence and medicals experiments. He mainly ran these experiments and medical procedures on twins around the camps. He would take twins from as young as five and six and would try to do sex changes, Injected chemicals into the eyes of children in attempt to change their eye color, removal of organs and limbs, lethal injections, transfusions of blood from one twin to another, and more. There were approximately more than 3,000 twins that passed through the camps and died because of those infectionist …show more content…

Genocides are a big thing that countries put people at risk for during a war or a poverty time for their country, If people actually do something to stop these genocides and prevent these awful crimes from being committed then the world would never have to suffer like they had to after the holocaust happened. What is a genocide? A genocide is a cruel crime that should never be committed and can be prevented. What is the Holocaust? The holocaust is a massive genocide that killed millions and left the world and the survivors of it haunted and traumatized for the rest of their

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that the holocaust was a massive genocide that took place in 1933 until 1945.
  • Explains that genocides have eight steps before actually occurring: classification, dehumanization, organization, extermination, and denial.
  • Explains that almost everyone can be affected or harmed by genocides. the victims are usually innocent people that don't deserve what's happening during the crime.
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