The Holocaust Essay

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This was a hard Decision to make because the twentieth century was full of monumental events in th european theater. After long thought and reading I have to say that the Holocaust was the most important event. It brought tyrany and oppression to a peaceful group of people whohad no land to call home. Europe was spotted with small burroughs of jewish settlements. The things that the Nazi's did to the Jews would change not only Europe but the world forever.The Jews were coralled ...view middle of the document...

Ruled by the Infamous Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany is thought to be the most evil regime that has ever existed.Shortly after World War II the Jewish colonies that existed in Europe were given the State of Isreal to call there own. It is believed in the Bible and the Tora that Isreal is the chosen and Holy land of the JewsThis was a hard Decision to make because the twentieth century was full of monumental events in th european theater. After long thought and reading I have to say that the Holocaust was the most important event. It brought tyrany and oppression to a peaceful group of people whohad no land to call home. Europe was spotted with small burroughs of jewish settlements. The things that the Nazi's did to the Jews would change not only Europe but the world forever.The Jews were coralled into concentration camps where experiments, mass gassings, and mass burnings were a tool of the Nazi army to rid the world of what they thought was a lesser race. Ruled by the Infamous Adolf Hitler, Nazi Germany is thought to be the most evil regime that has ever existed.Shortly after World War II the Jewish colonies that existed in Europe were given the State of Isreal to call there own. It is believed in the Bible and the Tora that Isreal is the chosen and Holy land of the Jews

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