The Horrors of the Holocaust Essay

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We remember the Holocaust, a time of horror, pain, and suffering. Approximately eleven million people were exterminated, 54.5% being Jew, and 45.5% being another kind of an Undesirable. All of this disaster was planned by Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler. Him and his men took over parts of the world to dominate and create a perfect race. Someone with blue eyes, blonde hair, and fair skin.

It all started when Hitler's parents pass away when Hitler was only a young boy. By then, he had already been corrupted mentally. As he grew older though, Hitler embraced art and wanted to enroll into an art school. Sadly, he was rejected, but he tried once more. Hitler had failed to enroll again. Soon after the terrible news, Hitler became devastated and
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We remember the Holocaust, a time of horror, pain, and suffering. Approximately eleven million people were exterminated, 54.5% being Jew, and 45.5% being another kind of an Undesirable. All of this disaster was planned by Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler. Him and his men took over parts of the world to dominate and create a perfect race. Someone with blue eyes, blonde hair, and fair skin.

It all started when Hitler's parents pass away when Hitler was only a young boy. By then, he had already been corrupted mentally. As he grew older though, Hitler embraced art and wanted to enroll into an art school. Sadly, he was rejected, but he tried once more. Hitler had failed to enroll again. Soon after the terrible news, Hitler became devastated and joined the German military. He was a good soldier, and fought until he received an injury that would take months to heal. While he stayed in the hospital, Germany gave the sign of capitulation. This action made by the Germans made the injured man furious.

As his injuries healed he tried to find ways to bring Germany back to the top. Again, his first attempt failed and Hitler was sent to jail. He served for only a few months, but those few months caved his way to control and full power. "Mien Kumpf" was the title of the book he wrote while he served his time. The book stated things that would help Germany, for example, eliminating people that were "unfit" or would rumple their way to success. The targeted ones, or more specifically, "The

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