The Holocaust was a tragic piece of the worlds history. It happened from 1933 to 1945, and it was a mass killing and discrimination against people of certain races. They started with the Nuremberg Laws when Hitler became the most powerful. Hitler was a strange man who blamed Jews for the fall of Germany. There are several reasons as to why we study the Holocaust, the most important is so we never face something like this again.
The Holocaust is a touchy subject for many reasons. Should it be taught? Approximately 6 million people died over the six grueling years of the Holocaust. People think that children are to soft to handle the Holocaust, but others think it just needs to be taught
Many heroes worked hard to save Jewish people during the Holocaust, a genocide of anti-semitism, and their stories live on in the people who they saved. In September 1943, Bishop Giuseppe Nicolini received a letter from the Pope in Vatican that told him that the church should organize help
We learn about the Holocaust because it is an important part of history. It teaches us about a lot of different contries and what all they have been through. It also teaches us what we lost, who we lost, and
Some might argue that there is no reason to retell such horrors that took place during the Holocaust to children, or that the Holocaust did not take place, so what is the point in teaching it? The Holocaust did in fact happen, and it happened not long ago. Some people
One reason we study the Holocaust is for future reference. Six million Jewish men, women, and children all died because Hitler told his men to kill them. We teach people about this so we don't have someone else repeat it. Now that almost everyone knows about the Holocaust we won't have people that go along with any plan like that. It also teaches people that if they do try this they will be stopped and they will be killed or they will be in a lock down prison the rest of their life.
The Holocaust was an terrible event that happened from 1933 to 1945. Approximately eleven million people were killed by the Nazis. A genocidal policy was passed by Adolf Hitler after he became the leader of Germany in 1933. His goal was to get rid of all the Jews in Europe and those who are considered in his "undesirable" list. As countries such as Italy, Japan, and Austria units with Germany and became the Axis Powers, they started invading and taking over other countries around them in Europe. I believe there are reasons that can explain why we still study about the Holocaust today.
Not teaching students about the Holocaust because of those reasons aren’t really fair to them. They need to know what has happened before they were born and teachers don’t know how students are going to react. Also teacher don’t want to teach the Holocaust because students aren’t mentally prepared. One way to fix this would be to slowly bring up the Holocaust and preparing it for the student. There are many reasons for teacher to no teach about the Holocaust but “Today’s children grow up in a world without secrets” (qtd by Research from Wisconsin Department of Education), this quote shares that children are going to learn about the Holocaust anyways, so they should learn it about it the right
The Holocaust was a bad event from our history that leaves scars all over on humanity due to the results of so much loss. The Holocaust should be acknowledged so we can learn from our mistakes and analyze what we can do differently to prevent this from happening again. One thing we can teach kids today is to collect more knowledge by getting opinions of others, and trying to get different perspectives on things before acting on just your opinion. One great example that we need to take a look at is the people. The people of Germany. Well, was he right? Did they think he was right? A lot of people did for they let him reign over them and let him move forward with the plans. The people that followed him had a biased opinion about the topic of the Jews because of Hitler. People can be wrong sometimes. Even if you think they are right about everything, they aren’t. But the people
The Holocaust is a topic that some think of as a very essential part of history that students should learn about. On the other hand, some would argue that it is too severe for middle school students. Without a doubt, Nazis abused their large power and used it towards destruction
Sam Gaglias English I Mrs. Novik 14 October 2014 Summer camps are fun, but Concentration Camps aren’t History is like a huge puzzle. People can keep find missing pieces to the story as they learn more about it. The Holocaust was one of those moments in history that has lead our minds to curiosity about why such a thing would occur at some point in time. For example, concentration camps. Concentration camps are one of those moments in history that make people’s jaws drop because of how flabbergasted they are to even hear of such a thing. Once you hear about one fact about the Holocaust and concentration camps you want to know every little detail about it to try and analyze what was happening and how it happened. Concentration camps in the Holocaust were a turning point in history because it lead to the deaths of millions of people.
The Holocaust was a tragic event that after 83 years many people still remember. The Holocaust is the biggest genocide in human history. It is important to learn about the Holocaust because it helps citizens foster a caring and responsible society. It helps us study the behavior of the part-takers so that a genocide of any kind will never happen. It also helps us see how our decisions have an effect on us and others.
The Holocaust in the eyes of historians all across the country reiterate the importance of the Holocaust. As the first mass genocide so major in a group of people, it’s relevance continues to make a stand. Taking place in 1933 all the way until 1945, the Holocaust changed so much in so little time. Amass, 5-6 million jewish people dying from either being worked to death for taken to gas chambers and killed quietly. Though nothing about the Holocaust was quiet, as it’s name and hitler's wishes were spread across germany in its time of need. An event short enough to be considered just a blip, tacts itself up as one the largest genocides in history. It begs the question among educators and parents alike, whether schools should be teaching the Holocaust. But, the Holocaust is something that cannot be left untaught. The Holocaust should be vocalized to students because they have a right to an education and because it boosts their understanding of society and forms them into better civilians. Also because the side effects of bias in classrooms
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
The Holocaust just didn’t effect the Jews it affected others and future generations. There are many lessons that we can learn from the Holocaust and how we can stop them from happening again. Some of these lessons are to be able to prevent these events, protect them in case they occur and to remember the event.