Holocaust Informative Speech

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Picture yourself being ripped from your home and family, losing all dignity and being transported to god knows where? Imagine having everything you worked hard for taken away in a second and then not given a response as to why it is happening. This happened to the Jewish people and others who were looked at by Hitler as undesirables. Approximately 11 million people perished during the Holocaust. As time goes by, and more and more survivors are dying, so is the memory of Holocaust. People need to remember about the Holocaust, what caused the massacre of innocent people and learn from this horrible tragedy. I've thought and thought about the Holocaust and I've come to this realization: No words or poem or detailed description can describe the level of terror and oppression that took place. I am simply going to try my best to understand a fraction of the pain and suffering that many people went through, and only after hearing Mr. Barron talk about his real life experience…show more content…
I will always remember what happened and no one tried to stop it. People had no idea what was happening in the camps of hell of earth is what I would describe it. I’ve always had an interest in learning about the holocaust and hearing Mr. Barron really inspires me to keep moving in life. I know I will never forget the experience of getting to see and hear Mr. Barron and not only listen to his past but his life lesson. The holocaust is the most tragic thing that happened in American history and I’m dumbfounded that there are some people who believe that the Holocaust never existed, that it was some myth or fraud story the government made up. My question is why would someone make this up? In Mr. Barron words “we should not be prejudice and to forgive”. But are scars will always remain there, covered but not fully healed. We should never forget what occurred during the
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