Holocaust Paper

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Holocaust Paper The Holocaust was one of the most tragic events in history which ended many innocent Jewish lives. Six million Jews plus many more were completely wiped out due to the effects of the Holocaust. It is still unforgivable for the things the Nazi party did and is still a very questionable subject on how they were able to accomplish such devastation. To be able to organize the removal of an entire population of people based on their religion not only takes high intelligence, but most of all takes a very twisted and demented outlook on life. Learning about the holocaust and the people involved is very important, as well as how it has affected our world today. There are many very fascinating things about the holocaust but three…show more content…
When there are ‘bad’ people doing evil things in the world, we are often surprised because it is hard to believe that someone can be so awful, being that most people of the world are so kind and warm hearted. That being said, we do not want to believe our eyes when awful people decide to terrorize the world. We just can’t understand how some people can be so cruel, so we are always very surprised when ‘bad’ people do evil things in the world. Lastly, another fascinating thing about the Holocaust is whether or not people have moved on from the Holocaust and considered it ‘old news’ in today’s world. Many people believe that in today’s world, we have moved on from the holocaust and considered it ‘old news’. In my opinion we have definitely not moved on or forgotten the Holocaust, how could we? The Holocaust was such a catastrophic event that changed the world forever. It will never be forgotten. In many ways the Holocaust is so disturbing but I’m glad to know about it. Hitler was wrong for killing the Jews because all people should be treated the same. It’s horrible how no one back then knew anything. And even though some did have their suspicions, they never did anything...the whole thing is sick, horrible, and terribly sad. Centuries from now people will still remember the Holocaust because it was a major event in history when millions of Jews and others were murdered, there for it will never be forgotten. We need to remember the
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