Nonsensical, Tragic Events Of The Holocaust And The Agitators

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Holocaust HIS104 I would like to ask you to think of the most horrific thing that has ever happened to you in your life. Think about how it made you feel, your reaction to it and the pain that you felt from that experience. You wouldn’t even want your worst enemy to have experienced it. This is likely what could have been said about The Holocaust. For some it was the worst day imaginable, the most terrible thing ever experienced. As if having a bad dream that they wanted to be awakened from. Six-million lives taken, that’s including women, men, boys, and girls; they were massacred, sacrificed by fire. This paper will detail the bloodthirsty, nonsensical, catastrophic events of The Holocaust and the agitators (Adolf Hitler and the Nazis) who came to supremacy in January 1933. Germans believed that they were racially superior and any other race was inferior to them. This…show more content…
All nationalities will know the affects that it has on people. It was a horrible experience. Being an African-American/Hispanic, I never really read about the Holocaust, not that it wasn’t important, I just never took the time to research it. All my life as a child as well as an adult we are taught about the struggles of American-Americans and what we went through in slavery, but no one took the time to tell me about the Jews, and what they went though. I mean really tell me that even though they were the same color, White or Caucasian, they still were not good enough. They were not accepted for who they were, they were treated worse than an animal in the street. I think back to September 11, and how cruel that was in my time, I remember sitting on my living room sofa and seeing the 2nd plane enter the twin tower and my heart sank. That’s the same way I felt during the research of the Holocaust. We have crossed a many of hurdles and seas, still have many to cross but I’m glad to know that America has made

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