The Horrors of the Jewish Holocaust

690 Words Feb 24th, 2018 3 Pages
Being non-jewish and going with the flow would be the smart choice, if survival is the goal. In that time period being Jewish was awful. Being Jewish basically meant you were an outcast. During the Holocaust it would have been better to not be Jewish and to stay out of the way, or go with the flow.
Even though being Non-Jewish and not fighting back is the easiest way to go, being Non-Jewish and fighting back is the most sincere thing to do. Fighting back is a great thing to do too. If the Non-Jewish people are fighting back they could be saving peoples lives which is great; however, taking the risk of fighting back can affect more than just one person. Sure if the Non-Jewish people are fighting back they could be helping the Jewish people which is a great thing. If your Non-Jewish and fighting back then they could also be considered heroes in the long run, and maybe could convince the Nazis to stop harming the Jewish people. There is always a possibility that if the Jewish people would have fought back that maybe the black and white issue would not have happened. Yes, fighting back is the most sincere thing to do, but if survival is the key then fighting back shouldn’t be done.
Staying out of the way and not making more problems is honestly the smart thing to do. Simply going with the flow is…
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