Holocaust

By: Joelle Carrington, Ashley Scrivner, and Chelsea Banks

What was the cause?

the causes for the Holocaust all revolve around antisemitism, the ancient hatred of Jews and Judaism spread by Christianity during almost two millennia.
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Immediate effects of the holocaust

1)For survivors, the prospect of rebuilding their lives was daunting.

2) The survivors of the calm were afraid to return to their former homes because of the antisemetism, they were moved to the western terriotories of Europe.

3)many of the holocust survivor children had to live without their parents for the rest of their lives.

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Lasting Effect

As survivors and children began aging the terrifying flashbacks return to their minds and insecurities begin control their physiologic mind. Thus it seems that Elie Wiesel (1978) was correct in stating that “time does not heal all wounds; there are those that remain painfully open.