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Nancy asks…

Do people who ask stereotypical questions about Jewish people have any idea the impact these questions have?

How about hopping on your time machine to Auschwitz, 1942 and be a concentration camp guard, leading Jews to the gas chambers. You could join the SS and be a part of the horror and torture Jews endured. Or tear infants from their mothers arms and throw them against a wall and watch their heads get bashed.

Perhaps you can work in the medical ward where they performed medical experiments on human beings. A Jewish mother gives birth in Auschwitz. Her nipples are taped shut so as not to produce milk. Then her baby is laid down next to her. The Commandant wants to see how long it will take the baby to die without food and love. So the mother lays there, listening to her baby cry. Her hands are tied and she can’t do anything, but feel her broken heart and indescribable pain. This actually happened. I read it in a book. The baby cries for almost 2 days. The mother is forced to hear it. The third day the cries gets weaker and weaker and then the crying stops. The baby she just gave birth to has died, so the Commandant now know it takes 3 days for a baby to die after birth without food, love, being held and so on.

The perfect movie for you to watch is called the Grey Zone. About the life of the Jewish men who worked in the Gas Chambers. I guarantee, you’ll NEVER ask an antisemitic question again, or think you’re being cute, or funny.
And you call yourselves Christians. I’m sure the Lord couldn’t be more proud of you than he is right now.

You’ll face your creator some day. It’s he you’ll have to answe to, not I.
Karema: Your family wasn’t an entire race of people. Who exactly are the Jews killing as you stated? They’ve been fighting for their survival for eternity. I guess you truly don’t understand, or just don’t want to.

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I just read the first five posters to this question and I’m sickened to the core by my fellow man.

This world has become so hard hearted and cruel that they cannot feel empathy for their fellow man any more.

And these heartless fiends can’t imagine why a loving God would send them to hell?

Sharon Your Questions About Commandant Of Auschwitz

Sharon asks…

Can anyone help me proofread my Social Studies paper. I have no one the help me?

The holocaust began in 1933 with the rise of Nazi political power in Germany with Adolf Hitler as their leader. Adolf’s cruel goals were to eliminate anyone who practices the Jewish faith and minor groups such as people with mental conditions and disabilities off the face of the Earth.. He also wanted to take over all of Europe and then later the world. He first went the mental patients from hospitals, then those with physical “defects,” gypsies, and then Jews. Hitler and the Nazi party believed the perfect person was someone with blonde hair, blue eyes, and of Aryan decent. Any others were considered inferior. These horrible beliefs led to 11 million people dying, six million of them were Jewish. Through these inhumanities of the holocaust people still were heroic and gave hope to others. An example of that is when “Individuals in every European country and from all religious backgrounds risked their lives to help Jews” (Rescue- Holocaust Memorial Museum-http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/article.php?land=en&ModuleId=10005185)

In The Cage by Ruth Minsky Sender there were many inhuman acts against the Jewish faith but out of it there were many heroic acts. The Cage is about a girl, Riva, and her family living in the ghetto of Lodz, Poland and then later in Auschwitz Death Camp. Once at the camp the main character, Riva, loses the rest of her family but does not lose the will to live. The Nazi soldiers display their authority in many cruel and horrific ways. In the story there were two sisters who were caught in the camp stealing scraps from the garbage. Inhumanity shows itself when the commandant makes one sister whip the other as punishment. “Faige picks the whip up from the ground and lowers in on Chanele’s back, slowly and softly. ‘Chanele please forgive me’” (Sender 190). This shows how inhuman people will get by making people do one of the hardest things to do, hurt a loved one. Making Faige whip her sister was torture and made her go insane. Despite these cruel actions there were many examples of heroism. Before going to the concentration camp Riva wrote poetry. In camp she longed for a pencil to write with. A girl, Rosa risked her life to get her one. Riva was ecstatic when receiving the pencil. “My heart is full of joy, their insults cannot touch me. I have a pencil! I want to shout for only raise the hope in Riva, it raised the hope in all of the girls her barracks. All the girls loved Riva’s poetry and found hope in her readings. Although victims of the Holocaust like Riva experienced great pain, their hope and determination to survive them alive.

In the book Maus by Art Spiegleman there were many instances of heroism and inhumanity. This novel is about the father of the writer’s experience of the holocaust in Auschwitz. Vladek (writer’s father) was assigned to take apart gas chambers. One of the workers tells him the inhumanity that he sees. “We pulled the bodies with hooks. Big piles, with the strongest on top, older ones and babies crushed below… often their skulls were smashed. Their fingers were broken from trying to climb up the walls… and sometimes their arms were as long as their bodies, pulled from the sockets” (Speigleman 71). This shows how horrible and violent the Nazis were using zyclon B. Although there was much pain that the Nazis caused, there were also many moments of heroism. Throughout the story Vladek is searching to find his wife, Anja. When he finds her he finds that she is very malnourished. He then risks his life to give her any extra food he had to help keep her alive. If caught he could be beaten or killed. He then was seen by a guard and must lie that he didn’t know her. It didn’t work but he only got beaten not killed. “A stranger asked if I know her brothers in Auschwitz. I didn’t know anything so I hardly answered” (Speigleman 57). This made Vladek a hero because he risked his life for someone her cared about that he knew needed help. Vladek was able to show out of all the inhuman actions of the Nazi that there could still be signs of heroism.

While watching the documentary Death Camp at Auschwitz by Harpo Productions the speaker Elie Wiesel explains the many cruel acts that he witnessed. He also shows how people can still be brave and heroic even in such a hard time. He goes on to talk about him watching masses of people dying, seeing the horrors that the chemical Zyklon B. He also tells about how the cruel Germans make prisoners burn the dead bodies of other prisoners. Another horrible part of his imprisonment is the “Angles of Death”. They are doctors who did horrible and cruel experiments that they usually would do on mice. Having to see and hear all of these horrible events must have been horrible. The Germans did not care what the Jews thought, they were only looked at as animals in their eyes. Even when people lost all hope there were some who still did things to help other people. For example, Elie Wiesel helped his father stay alive. He new that his fathe

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I agree — this is riddled with errors! I don’t care if you give ME the points, but don’t be fooled by the one who said it was “scholarly”. Scholarly it ain’t!

I’ll look at a couple of sentences for you — but one good trick is to just read the thing out loud to yourself. You’ll be surprised at how many of your own errors you’ll catch that way.

OK …

‘The holocaust began in 1933 with the rise of Nazi political power in Germany with Adolf Hitler as their leader.”

First, capitalize Holocaust. Second, Hitler was “its” leader, Nazi political power is singular. But better ..

The rise of Nazi political power in 1933 under the leadership of Adolp Hitler also led to the beginnings of the Holocaust

“Adolf’s cruel goals were to eliminate anyone who practices the Jewish faith and minor groups such as people with mental conditions and disabilities off the face of the Earth..”

First, use the last name, not the first. However a bigger problem is — it’s not right! In the beginning (before the Final Solution was developed at the Wansee Conference) Hitler’s goal was to just remove Jews from German life — and Germany. Also, it’s a very awkward sentence and “minor groups” is unnecessary and patronizing.

“He also wanted to take over all of Europe and then later the world. He first went the mental patients from hospitals, then those with physical “defects,” gypsies, and then Jews.”

Again .. It’s wrong.

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