Mordechaj Anielewicz

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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Elie Wiesel's The Perils Of Indifference

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    Award winning novelist, Holocaust survivor, human rights activist, Elie Wiesel in his influential speech, ‘ The Perils of Indifference,” emphasizes that indifference is a tempting yet inhumane quality that affects the success our new centuries to come. He develops this message by looking back upon the horrific memories of his Holocaust experience as well as looking back upon the countless assassinations, and wars that have created this “ dark shadow over humanity.” The memories of being “liberated”

  • The Uprise of Victory Essay

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    without a fight, they called this the Warsaw Ghetto uprising. A couple people that were involved with the uprising was David Moryc Apfelbaum - ghetto resistance leader and commander of the ŻZW. Killed in action during the ghetto uprising, and Mordechaj Anielewicz - ghetto resistance leader. Died with many of his comrades at their surrounded command post. The Warsaw ghetto was a devastating tragedy and with every tragedy comes death, and no matter how hard one tries someone will die. Especially in a