[tags: Holocaust] - The Little Known Victims of the Holocaust Many people look back on the Holocaust today and realize that so many abysmal and hideous things happened.
The genocide of the Jews is known but what may be less well documented is Hitler’s design to eradicate all groups other than the blue-eyed, fair-haired Aryans.
The Holocaust was known as a time of racism, violence, and discrimination, where many Jews died during the time approximately 6 million by German Nazi.
The word Holocaust was discovered by the Greeks in ancient times it meant to describe sacrifice offerings to their Gods.
These interpretations are illustrated in the works of John Weiss, Ian Kershaw, and Henry Friedlander.
Niewyk uses Weiss to identify the interpretation of ancient anti-Semitism located throughout Europe as the origin of the Holocaust....
[tags: The Holocaust, Nazi Germany, Jews, Adolf Hitler] - From two different perspectives, Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor, and Christopher Browning, a historian of the German perpetrators, have different prospectives of the Germans who were involved in the Holocaust.
This course ended up being one of my favorites and the most informational courses that I have taken.
Other Political leaders such as Mao Zedong and Joseph Stalin had committed mass murders that caused a much higher victim rate than Hitler, so my thoughts were that the holocaust was just another tragedy in human history.
It was introduced by Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, although he did not act alone.
His mission would be to “exterminate” all minorities, but most abundantly, the Jews.