And they were senselessly murdered just because they were different. Nothing today can compare to the holocaust because it was so massive and unforgettable. But the holocaust has taught us about how people need to treat each other. If people start to treat each other like the Nazis did the Jews there is no stopping another holocaust from happening again. The Nazis were judgmental raciest and disgusting people who hated anyone who was different then them.
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
www.ushmm.org/museum/exhibit/focus/kristallnacht/. The Germans wanted the Jews to get out, to go anywhere. The Nazi’s where holding vicious pogroms—state sanctioned, anti-Jewish riots—against the Jewish community of Germany. The Nazi’s encouraged the rioters and when they did that, the rioters destroyed 267 synagogues; vandalized or looted 7,500 Jewish businesses; 30,000 male Jews sent to concentration camps and killed at least 91 Jewish people were killed. The glass left over from all the destruction is why it was called the Night of The Broken Glass.
Cruel Times. The Holocaust was a terrible and horrific time for all people under the rule of Adolf Hitler. Hitler played a lead role in the Holocaust and the laws, which he passed, were extremely cruel and harsh towards the Jews and minorities. If that was not enough later laws were enacted dictating instructions for the complete extermination of the Jewish race. The Nazis were so unforgiving and cruel in their ways that Jews and Minorities had to find new ways of living without becoming known to the Nazis and the German public.
The Holocaust “By warding off the Jews, I am fighting for the Lords work” (Harran 50). This quote is the exact words of the worlds most accomplished mass murderer in history, Adolf Hitler. His goal was to exterminate the complete Jewish race, to make room for the “Aryan” race. “Jews have been discriminated against, hated, and killed because prejudiced non-Jews believed they belonged to the wrong religion, lacked citizenship qualifications, practiced business improperly, behaved inappropriately, or possessed inferior racial characteristics” (Harran 41). Due to the hatred that was formed against the Jewish people, over the years of 1933 to 1945, about six million innocent people lost their lives.
The Holocaust Bryan Cheshire Grand Canyon University HIS 331 20th Century World History May 29, 2011 The Holocaust The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. (Museum, 2011) Adolf Hitler was sworn in as the offical Cancellor of Germany in early 1933, He was the leader behind the distruction and punishment brought out by the Holocaust. This tragic event in history was all due to Hitler’s need to cast blame upon anyone. Considering Germany needed someone to blame for all the distruction, the Jewish people were the perfect target. Hitler set his sights on distroying the Jewish race, he looked at the Jewish People
Adolf Hitler and the Holocaust Adolf Hitler was one of the cruelest rulers this world has ever known. During his reign Hitler caused enormous suffering for the Jews throughout Germany. Many Jewish families were torn apart by the cruelty of the Nazi party. This, one of the most tragic events in the world's history, is known as the Holocaust. During his quest for power, Hitler carried out his anti-sematic beliefs, which had a devatating effect on the Jewish community, and eventually led to the Holocaust.
The population of Germany decreased a lot over the years of the Holocaust. Hitler destroyed 6 million Jews all over Europe, mostly in Germany, and killed 11 million overall. In a way, Hitler’s goal was achieved but it was a cruel goal. He was truly a crazy person. He brainwashed people to believe that Jews were evil people and they weren’t true Germans.
Hitler had already convinced Germany that Jews were a disgrace. He started the extermination by taking over Poland, a country with over three million Jews. Then, he continued taking over Belgium, Luxemburg, France, and Holland, placing every single Jew under Nazis control. Hitler and his people did not know what to do with the millions of Jews, so he proposed, and executed, the Final Solution. This means, kill them all!
The Holocaust The Holocaust happen when Adolf Hitler took over the government in Germany. Adolf Hitler turned the country against Jews, he believed that Aryans ( tall, blond, blue-eyed, and usually from german descent) were the superior race of humans (Byers 14). Most Jews were not Aryan, they usually had brown hair, brown eyes and short. He saw them as vermin and the cause of The Great Depression, occurring at the time, this would later led to his “ Final Solution” that would end the Jewish race and culture. He thought that if he moved the Jews and concentrated them into one spot then it would solve his problem.