Social Injustice And The Holocaust

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Social Injustice Being threatened and killed due to one 's belief is unjust and heartless. It shows somethings in a person. It shows that they are below human beings. It shows that they have no care for others besides those closest to them. It is evil, cruel and all in all just not right at all no matter what scenario people find themselves in. This is something called social injustice, or unfair treatment. An example of this is a situation in which the rights of a person or a group of people are ignored or violated in many ways. One big example of social injustice is the holocaust lead by nazi Germany 's. The nazis were a group against Jewish people and killed them in massive death camps like Auschwitz . People of many ages were brought there. From retired grandpas and grandma to children not even in preschool. The treatment was the same for all. The perspective on the other hand was different. The little kids may not have realized how bad it was compared to the older folk who saw and understood what went on in these type of camps and situations. This type of traumatic experience can change a person and is a terrible thing that history definitely doesn 't want to repeat. In the nonfiction New York bestseller Night by Elie Wiesel, the realistic-fiction novel The Boy in the Striped Pajamas by John Boyne, and the true and inspiring story Run, Boy, Run by Uri Orlev, it is evident that being brought up during times of social injustice can cause
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