Many thought once again if God let this happen, and let it happen for everyone to see he must not exist. Many felt as though God would not allow such harsh and painful doings to someone so young and innocent, and he would not let it be so everyone could see. Many people’s faith was lessened because of the harsh conditions of the environment. The Jews were forced out of their homes and did not knowing where they were going. This challenged the faith because faith is about not knowing but trusting in God that you will be safe.
Many people, especially Americans, believe that Germany killed the passengers on the Lusitania for no apparent reason. Now, the government of America tries to call the incident a horrible mistake. Germany did not, however, completely act in error. Surprisingly, the Lusitania had many dark secrets. Germany sunk the Lusitania because
Each day, Jews were just giving a certain amount of water, bread, and soup. Men were forced to work until they can no longer take it and just die because the poor conditions they were in and the doctors in the camps wouldn't take the time and see what was wrong, they rather just let them die. There was something known as a selection as well. It was used to decide if each Jewish was still useful for working. If this wasn't the case then he should be killed.
CASE STUDY: THE HOLOCAUST Prejudice is any preconceived attitude, opinion or feeling towards an individual or group of people, which could be either favourable or unfavourable. Most psychologists consider the holocaust in relation to prejudice. The holocaust was a specific period in the 20th century where the Jews were systematically persecuted and annihilated by the Nazi’s. During this era, the handicapped were also targeted. Millions more including: homosexuals, Jehovah’s Witnesses, Soviet (Russian) prisoners of war, and citizens who didn’t agree, died under the Nazi tyranny as well.
To make this argument, they reject all the evidence submitted at Nuremberg. They denounce as fabrications the genocidal intention of the Nazi state and the thousands of orders, memos, notes, and other records that document the process of destruction. When they cannot sustain arguments that documents are forged, they argue that the language in the documents has been deliberately misinterpreted. Furthermore, some Holocaust deniers insist that the Allies tortured the perpetrators into testifying about their role in the killing process and that the survivors who testified about Nazi crimes against Jews were all lying out of
The Nazis were judgmental raciest and disgusting people who hated anyone who was different then them. The Nazis killed, tortured, and dehumanized 6 million Jews, just because they were different. The information in this research paper is very important because if we forget about the past mistakes, then it is likely it will happen again. To ensure that the world is a better place one must be carful to question our leaders, never follow bad leaders, and prejudice beliefs
The Spread Of Genocide Racism has conflicted many countries with catastrophic tragedies. Overtime, genocide became the given title for racial, religious, and ethnic destruction. After the Jewish Holocaust of World War II, many countries pledged to a new world without genocide; however, many recent conflicts in different countries show us that the pledge against genocide has failed. The consequences of inaction and indifference has decimated a large population of ethnic groups like the Jewish population during the Holocaust; moreover, the value of acting out against oppression and tyranny can prevent violence and evince human morality. The consequences of inaction has decimated ethnic minorities, but how did these consequences affect ethnic groups?
Jewish businesses along with almost every synagogue in Germany were damaged or completely destroyed. As the Nuremberg Laws felt insufficient in solving the “Jewish question”, and with the occupation of eastern Poland after September 1939, which held about two million Jews, the treatment of the Jews became an urgent matter to Adolf
Elie soon begins to question his faith in god, by the inhumanity and evil he witnesses during the Holocaust. He can not fathom the fact that god would allow such cruelty. His faith is is shaken just as much by the cruelty and selfishness he sees among the prisoners. If the world is so terrible, then God either must be terrible or must not exist at all. In the book, Elie mentions a boy who is caught trying to steal bread.
Fault for the Holocaust The highest responsibility for the Holocaust is held by Hitler and those who worked with him, followed by the bystanders and the innocent. It was Hitler and his SS officers who manipulated and controlled millions of Jews. Allied countries were afraid of Hitler and the damage he could’ve done; the Jewish didn’t believe the stories being told by others. Hitler made millions believe that the Jews were filthy. The Jews were not the perfect image to Hitler, but it wasn’t just him.