What is to think about when you write about the holocaust?
Grammar and sentence structure, assuming that you already have a plan of what you are writing about.
After seeing pictures of concentration camps and a little about the Holocaust what would you write about?
The more I read about the Holocaust and the more pictures I see, I find more questions are raised than answers provided. What answers could there be to the senseless slaughter of millions of human beings? I would write about the families that were torn apart. I would write about the faith that was lost. I would write about God's presence during the Holocaust and try to explore why He allowed it to happen.
Well, you start out by saying the date when the Holocaust started. For example In 1933 the Holocaust started Hitler killed all the Jews by tricking them. Answer Research the Holocaust. Select an aspect of the Holocaust to write about in the essay. Isolate your research to the chosen topic and compile your information. Begin your opening paragraph with a brief description of the purpose of the essay. Utilize the body of the essay to…
Everything can be justified in someone's mind, no matter how barbaric. Those guilty of murder often think that they were justified in what they did. So the question is not does any one person think that the Holocaust can be justified, it is does society think it can be justified... the mass of people thinking as a unit. And the answer to that is always a resounding No.
Stanley Milgram's experiment investigated the effect of authority on people's willingness to do unethical things, stemming from the experiences of the Holocaust. I think his hypothesis was that if people are pressured by a person of authority to do something, they will do it, even if it is against their moral code.
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The main reasons are: * Jew-baiting, a desire to mock the victims, the survivors and their descendants (antisemitism). * A desire to rehabilitate the Nazis. * Some believe that Israel has exploited the Holocaust and think the easiest solution is to deny the Holocaust. No serious historian has any time for Holocaust denial.
John Boyne chose to write about a young boy because the subject of the holocaust can be a very cruel and harsh thing to write about, especially in an adults point of view. So, John Boyne decided to put the main character as a naive young boy that knew nothing of the holocaust. This way, it wouldn't seem as harsh as it would usually be.
the holocaust affects the future generation by how they will think and how they will react if they saw a German they might think they were apart of the Nazi people and they will be aggressive or may be hate towards the German's. when it was not there fault. by Sadie may :) i think it right i don't care about it just thought of it lol