Essay about Why Should We Study The Holocaust?

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We study the holocaust for many reasons. One, is to know the horribleness that is us as humans, from the blacks in america, in the the 1935 War study, the races discriminated in the Nuremburg Race Laws, and the japenese back home. Also, another reason is to know that lives were treated so low, that it was okay, to some in the Nuremburg race trials, that it was alright in their eyes, to kill 11 million people. To me though, I believe we study the Holoucaust to learn of Hitlers mind, to never forget the stories of struggle, to think of the people involved in stopping the war. To look at how countries were affected by the war. To know the awfuless that happened to those in the camps, and to make sure a horrible thing like the Holocaust never …show more content…
We study the holocaust for many reasons. One, is to know the horribleness that is us as humans, from the blacks in america, in the the 1935 War study, the races discriminated in the Nuremburg Race Laws, and the japenese back home. Also, another reason is to know that lives were treated so low, that it was okay, to some in the Nuremburg race trials, that it was alright in their eyes, to kill 11 million people. To me though, I believe we study the Holoucaust to learn of Hitlers mind, to never forget the stories of struggle, to think of the people involved in stopping the war. To look at how countries were affected by the war. To know the awfuless that happened to those in the camps, and to make sure a horrible thing like the Holocaust never happen agian.

First I like to think of Hitler's own tragic life. Denied of love from his parent, his biggest dream, to be an artist, taken away. Then in the country he fought hard to defend, mustard gas was thrown at his face. Imagine being in the hospital, only to find out the place you have risked your own life for has surrendered, and worse yet, taken the blame for the war. All of this, and nothing ever will, excuse what Hitler felt was okay to do to anyone, but it does give insight, to possibly why he may have done the things he did. Why he felt it would be okay to kill thousands of the races he discriminated agianst.

Another aspect is those in the camps, think of Anne Franks life. She spent close to 4 years of her life wishing to be