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History Report On The Holocaust

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´╗┐The Holocaust By: Sara Khalil History Assessment The Holocaust was the result of a long hatred, towards the Jews. It all started when the rumors and racist remarks taught and learnt through generation. There was no big reason in this it was just a little misunderstanding. Racism happened for years but no-one has put an end to it, because it still occurs today and it will in the future. Its all happening due to; discrimination, abusive and aggressive behavior towards people who belong to a different religion or race. This issue can happen any where and at any place. When the Holocaust started in January 30, 1933 - when Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany - to May 8, 1945, when the war in Europe officially ended. ...read more.

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The racism between he two countries continued for century?s but no-one stopped it not even Hitler because he just wanted to make the Germans hate the Jews so much that he told the Germans that the Jews are saying horrible stuff and they want cause a huge fight. If it weren?t for racism this issue would have never of happened. Millions of Jews would have live there lives. But it was so bad that many Jews attempted to flee Germany, and thousands succeeded by immigrating to such countries as Belgium, Czechoslovakia, England, France and Holland. It was much more difficult to get out of Europe. Jews encountered stiff immigration quotas in most of the world's countries. ...read more.

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At the end of the war, between 50,000 and 100,000 Jewish survivors were living in three zones of occupation: American, British and Soviet. Within a year, that figure grew to about 200,000. The American zone of occupation contained more than 90 percent of the Jewish. I think from my own opinion the holocaust should have of never happened. But I have chosen this topic because it seems very interesting because it?s something that people want to know especially when Hitler is involved. From what I can see the holocaust has a big impact on history with a number of people dieing back in 1990, also it shows how people could be so cruel to one another. Reference Page Internet: 1. Chris.t (2000-2012) The Holocaust www.historylearningsite.co.uk (22/09/12) 2. Paul.t (2008) Holocaust Encyclopedia www.ushmm.org/wk//article.php (20/09/12) Books: 1. Aaron.W (2009) Technology, War and Identities Folens Limited (21/09/12) 2. Bergen.D (2003) War & Genocide Rowman & Littlefield (21/09/12) ...read more.

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