The Holocaust

By: Avery Cook

Do you know how the Holocaust reflected people today?

If not, then it’s time to find out how the Holocaust reflected the today lives and the lives back then also how it might reflected on the whole society.

The Holocaust is an event central to our understanding of western civilization,the nation state, modern bureaucratic society as well as human nature. In the Holocaust about two out of every three Jews living in Europe before the war were killed in the time of the Holocaust.

how great is the Holocaust?

The Holocaust is one of the greatest atrocities in history, and today it's hard to look at it and understand just what could lead so many German people to participate in such blind hatred of their fellow man. During the Holocaust, a huge percentage of the German population was 8.5 million were members of the Nazi party.

Many people killed

How the holocaust reflected us and how it reflected the people back then that were living during the Holocaust. How many people got killed during the Holocaust back then and now. The other one is how many people lived during the time.

The devastating Genocide killed millions of people, left thousands in physical or in mental pain, and affected today’s society in such a negative way.The holocaust happened in the 20th century.The Holocaust in the service of contemporary political causes simultaneously trivialize the memory of millions that were killed. The concentration camps were the result of disease or starvation but not policy and that the diary of Anne Frank was a forgery. The Holocaust is the most well documented event in history. The Holocaust was caused by the Nazi Jews when Hitler took power.


The Holocaust not only affected all the survivors and harmless souls that died but, the Holocaust impacted our world. The Holocaust,9/11, and pearl harbor made everyone stop and think about what happened. We shouldn’t get comfortable in the state we are now because they may be stripped away from you in a second. The Holocaust affected us today like no other war battle. Jews lived in countries that Nazi Germany would occupy or influence during World War II . Germans and their collaborators killed nearly two out of every three European Jews as part of the “Final Solution,” the Nazi policy to murder the Jews of Europe. At least 1.1 million Jewish children were murdered during the Holocaust. Over millions of children who suffered persecution at the hands of the Nazis and their Axis partners, only a small number of children have wrote diaries and journals that have survived. The end of the war there were about 10 million in the Nazi labor and concentration camps, forced labor units, and prisoner of war camps. There were only about 200,000 survived Jews (from population of about 6 ½ million). The diary of Miriam Wattenberg was one of the first children’s journals which revealed to the wide public of the horror story’s the Holocaust. When the Nazis seized power in January 1933, the Franks led to Amsterdam in order to invade the anti-Jewish measures of the new regime.


The population of Jews now are very little than they use to be, after the WWII. This lead to many issues of the six million Jews being killed, causing survivors to move to other places to start new lives. The huge population changed drastically after the Holocaust happened with over 9.5 million then after the war to about 3 million being left.
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