The Holocaust Injustice And Prejudice Analysis

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The Holocaust was an injustice that led to the death of six million Jewish men, women, and children. It started in Germany, Europe in 1933 and lasted until 1945; led by Adolf Hitler and his followers (Nazis), the Holocaust was a time period where Jews, Gypsies, Homosexuals, Jehovah’s Witnesses, political opponents and many more where discriminated against and mass murdered. They were sent to concentration camps where they were used as slaves and were eventually killed off through the use of various methods; some main methods used were death marches, gas chambers, and mass shootings. There are two sides to every story, even the Holocaust; one side argues that the Holocaust was done on purpose, while the other side argues that the Nazis were…show more content…
The Holocaust is similar to 12 Angry Men, a play written by Reginald Rose, in the way that a group/person was discriminated against due to the race and ethnicity of the group/person. The fact that injustices like racism and discrimination are being addressed through literature is showing that people are starting to progress as a human race by accepting everyone as an equal. The Holocaust was an injustice that resulted in the death of six million Jews. To prevent this injustice from happening again, we must all recognize one another as human beings without labels. In order to do that, people need to stop criticizing each other based on their race, religious beliefs, and viewpoints on the world. Everyone is entitled to an opinion, however, that opinion should not be the reason a group of people is discriminated against; nor should it be the reason people hate each other. Once the hate is gone, the propaganda will be gone, and once the propaganda is gone, people will learn to live together in peace; which will prevent injustices like the Holocaust from happening in the

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