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  • The Holocaust And The Holocaust

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    The Holocaust was one of the most tragic and harmful things to befall the human race. Yet not a lot of people understand just how terrible it was. But if we don't know about it, how will we know if history will ever repeat itself or not? We need to know because we can't let it happen ever again. There is so much to know as well. From the life of Anne Frank to World War II as a whole, there are so many things involved its unbelievable. But what exactly is the full depth of the Holocaust, and what

  • The Holocaust And The Holocaust

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    The word “Holocaust”, was originated from the words “Holos” meaning whole, and “kaustos” meaning burned. To Adolf Hitler, Jews were an “inferior” race. After years of Nazi rule, Hitler’s “final solution” came under the cover of world war, with mass killing centers constructed in the concentration camps. Jews, Jehovah's Witnesses, Roma Gypsies, Priests and Pastors, homosexuals, and black children were all victims of the holocaust. Most of the victims left were from other countries. 6,000 Jehovah's

  • The Holocaust: The Holocaust And The Holocaust

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    The Holocaust, occurred between 1933 and 1945. The actual definition of “holocaust” is a Jewish sacrificial offering that is burned on an altar. The definition has now been altered to describe the slaughter of six million Jews during World War II. The leader of these mass killings was Adolf Hitler. His ideologies of the perfect race, were deemed reason enough to murder millions of human beings. How were the killings done on such a massive scale? Concentration camps. Jews, and other imperfect aryans

  • The Holocaust And The Holocaust

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    The Holocaust was undertaken with the full knowledge and approval of Adolf Hitler. Adolf Hitler had in his mind the theory that he needed to make the perfect race. Hitler wanted the perfect Aryan race; this would have been accomplished by using the Holocaust. The Holocaust was introduced into by Adolf Hitler when he became Chancellor of Germany from 30 January 1933 til May 8 1945. The holocaust was a systematic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of millions of Jewish people, Romas, Gypsies

  • The Holocaust And The Holocaust

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    Nazi Party with Adolf Hitler as their leader. This regime believed in anti-Semitism and because of this, the attempt to demolish the Jewish population took place thus receiving the name, the Holocaust. The word Holocaust derives from the Greek words “holos” and “kaustos,” meaning “whole burned.” The Holocaust left a mark on European history as well as impacted the lives of many families, Jewish or not. Some may call this a war that aimed to abolish the Jewish people, Jewish culture and eliminate

  • Holocaust In Germany: The Holocaust And The Holocaust

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    In the late thirties and fourties, the Holocaust occured. The Holocaust was the mass genocide of eleven million Jews and other undesireables. We learn about this event to remember all who lost their lives, and make sure something this awful never happens again. An austrian man by the name of Adolf Hitler who had served in the German Army during WWI, thought that Germans were better than others because of their DNA, and that all other races must be exterminated to create what he called a utopian

  • The Holocaust: One Of The Holocaust And The Holocaust

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    The Holocaust was one of the twentieth century’s greatest tragedies that was made possible by prevalent anti-Semitism. The holocaust was an example of mob mentality because of what Hitler was doing. He was creating an army, an army that was basically created for world domination. On January 30, 1933 the holocaust began. It was once said “The greatest revolutionary leader of the twentieth century was not Lenin or Stalin. It was Hitler.” (Buchanan, Patrick J. Churchill, Hitler, and the Unnecessary

  • The Holocaust: The Causes Of The Holocaust

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    Essay 3 Draft 2     It is estimated that approximately eleven-million people were murdered during the holocaust. Of these eleven-million people around six million of them were Jewish. Jewish people were not the only ones Adolf Hitler was targeting; Hitler persecuted Jehovah 's Witnesses, Gypsies, homosexuals, and the mentally challenged. Hitler wanted to achieve absolute ethnic and racial purity in the country, so if you were anything other than what he considered to be perfect(blonde hair and blue

  • The Holocaust: The Life Of The Holocaust

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    The Holocaust has been known in history for many years, many people have heard its occurrence and the death rate it left around the world. The Holocaust was known as a time of racism, violence, and discrimination, where many Jews died during the time approximately 6 million by German Nazi. The word Holocaust was discovered by the Greeks in ancient times it meant to describe sacrifice offerings to their Gods. The Holocaust in the time divided the lives of Jews into three periods: before, during and

  • The Holocaust: The Cause Of The Holocaust

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    The Holocaust is the history of continuing mourning and dismay. It seemed to be no ignition of concern or sympathy to lighten up this dreadful history. The Holocaust was the extermination of six million Jews and millions of other people that fell into the “undesirable” category, including blacks, gypsies, and homosexuals, by the Nazi Party during World War II. By 1945, two out of every three Jews were killed: 1.5 million children were murdered. Holocaust survivor, Abel Herzberg said,” There were