Should We Teach The Holocaust

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Should we Teach the Holocaust to Eighth Graders?
“Those who do not know history are destined to repeat it.” This was said by Edmund Burke. This quote strongly applies to the Holocaust. The Holocaust is a huge part of our history, and we should teach students about it so they are aware of the past mistakes. The Holocaust can help teach us how to make the world a better place, it is an important time in history because it can teach kids about societal issues and kids will learn about the holocaust anyways, so we should teach them about it in a simplistic manner and gradually build up as they get older.

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
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