“The crimes committed during the Holocaust devastated most European Jewish communities and eliminated hundreds of Jewish communities in occupied eastern Europe entirely.” (United States Holocaust Memorial Museum) There have been several attempts to measure the effects of the Holocaust. The most researched and measured effects are the psychological effects the Holocaust had on its survivors. “Clinicians made pessimistic predictions when they first began seeing Holocaust survivors as patients” (Baron and Scuello 513). After liberation survivors were left with nothing. Most of their families had been killed, and their property taken from them.
Why Did Hitler Hate the Jews? Most history students know that over six million Jews were slaughtered during World War II. However, there are actually several theories as to why Hitler hated the Jews. What was the cause that instigated one man to try and wipe out an entire race of people? Let us try and look at some of the possible causes or factors that lead to this cold-blooded massacre.
The Holocaust is know tragedy. Everyone was responsible, Adolf Hitler, the Nazi army, German civilians and the rest of the free world including Canada. However each played a certain level of servity. Adolf Hitler wanted to get rid of all of the Jewish people in the world. He believed that Jewish people were inferior to other human begins.
The Holocaust (from the Greek ὁλόκαυστος holókaustos: hólos, "whole" and kaustós, "burnt"), also known as The Shoah (Hebrew: השואה, HaShoah, "calamity"; Yiddish: חורבן, Churben or Hurban, from the Hebrew for "destruction"), was the genocide of approximately six million European Jews during World War II, a programme of systematic state-sponsored extermination by Nazi Germany throughout Nazi-occupied territory.  Approximately two-thirds of the population of nine million Jews who had resided in Europe before the Holocaust perished.  Some scholars maintain that the definition of the Holocaust should also include the Nazis' genocide of millions of people in other groups, including Romani (more commonly known in English by the exonym "Gypsies"),
Throughout the pages of history, one event that has stricken compassion in our hearts is that of the Holocaust. The enormity of what the Jewish race underwent during those seven horrific years was so gruesome, that it caused several more major historical events, the most important, being the birth of a nation. Though the Holocaust demands unparalleled respect, one must still ask himself whether some of the events that came directly out of the Holocaust can be justified. Throughout history, there have been many genocides and massacres that have been similar to the Holocaust, but still are deemed not as significant, and cast to the sidelines by the very nations who preach that events such as the Holocaust should never be repeated. Along with
Camelia McCallum Mrs. Heiden SOPH CP LA 25 April 2011 Crucial Times of the Holocaust What man would create a breeding ground for extreme discrimination of his own people? Throughout the Second World War the chancellor of Germany allowed the brutal murderers of over six million Jewish German citizens. The killing of the innocent people took place in concentration camps in the span of a few years. Two infamous death camps were Auschwitz two Birkenau and Mauthausen. Even though Birkenau and Muahthausen had differences, they both are historically some of the worst concentration camps of the Holocaust.
Adolph Hitler is one of the most evil men in history. Hitler, who was the leader of Nazi Germany was responsible for the segregation and genocide of Jewish people for over a decade. Hitlers mission for the mass murder started at the beginning of the world war and continued till the end with him committing suicide. This has raised many questions on his nature as a human being. His act of evil resulting in the deaths of over twelve million Jewish people, which was more than half the Jewish population at the time is unforgettable and horrifying till today.
Holocaust Why was there a Holocaust, how did it affect people and why is it important that we remember it? Task 1 The Holocaust was an extremely tragic period of time in history between the years of 1933 to 1945. At an approximately 11 million lives were lost because of cruel racial prejudice. The killings took place in Europe during World War two run by the German Nazi party led by Adolf Hitler. The majority of the victims killed were Jews because they were undesirable and not the same race as the German Nazi’s.
The Cause of the Holocaust Many people ask themselves “what caused the holocaust?” There are many answers to this question. The holocaust mainly started because of Adolf Hitler. Hitler thought that people should look a specific way. He blamed Jews for every bad thing that happened to Germans. As a result, Jews were murdered, abused, and emotionally scarred because of who they were, and the way the looked.