Explore the following questions: Many people respond to the tragedy by asking how it could have happened.
What do you think?
Now read the section on the United States and the Holocaust. Why did the United States not make rescue a priority?
Why didnâ??t American Jews put more pressure on the Roosevelt administration?
Visit the National Holocaust Museum at http://www.ushmm.org/ as an excellent resource â?" read the various timelines, narratives, and watch the films. Cite all sources used.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 4:34 am ad1c9bdddf
I have read the indicated pages at the museum site, and they reiterate many of the theories accepted by today's historians. The first page, regarding American inaction should give you enough info to form an opinion on the first part of the assignment. Your instructor requests YOUR thoughts on the subject, so I can guide you toward an answer, and you can use the site for quotes. I have mixed some of my interpretations with expert research, so look for the APA citations below to use the quotes.
This is probably the most puzzling question posed since 1945. It defies easy answers because it deals with much larger questions involving "man's inhumanity toward man," depths of human evil, apathy vs. ignorance, and genocide during warfare. You simply CANNOT answer how this could have happened without addressing how Hitler came to power, to what extent the German public was informed, and why the international community expressed more apathy than sympathy. Hitler, and the Nazi party, offered the German public an escape from economic depression, participation in their own salvation, ...
Discusses the basic reasoning behind Hitler's Final Solution and the failure of the Allied Forces to rescue European Jewry.
Analysis and summary of Religion textbook chapters on evil and morality.
I Need some help preparing a written responses at least 300 words APA format which should include a general (summary) reflection and your personal reactions to the various focuses
The solution provides a general reflection and personal reactions to the various focuses.
The Problem of Evil "Vanity of vanities," says the Preacher. "Vanity of vanities! All is vanity...." I have seen all the works which have been done under the sun, and behold, all is vanity and striving after wind. What is crooked cannot be straightened, and what is lacking cannot be counted. (Ecclesiastes 1:2, 14-15)View Full Posting Details