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    Setting Our Children Up for an Unhealthy Lifestyle Raymond S. Jackson Professor: Gabriel Smith ENG 215 31 August, 2012   The United States is facing a growing obesity epidemic. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “Obesity now affects 17% of all children and adolescents in the United States - triple the rate from just on generation ago” (CDC.gov 2012). Is it the children’s fault? No! The fault lies with our society, its leaders, mentors, adults, and

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    The Holocaust The rise of the Nazi Party began in 1930 when Adolf Hitler’s National Social party gained 107 seats in the New German Reichstag (Rogasky 20). Over a period of a few years the Nazi Party received enough votes so the government had to take it seriously and offer it power. Many believed Hitler and the Nazi Party was like any other political party, so on January 30, 1933 Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany (Nelson, English.illinois.edu). Shortly after Hitler assumed the role

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    WRIT1010/52 7.09.2012 The Holocaust. During the Second World War, when Adolf Hitler was in power and had influence and pressure on people, the tragedy happened to ne of the smallest group of people, that is called Holocaust. People did not have a choice. What they supposed to do if there were only two way of excising- to obey or disobey the extermination of the nation that was different from others? Even today, we see the world that is divided in to two parts that still thinks that

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    Can you imagine having no rights to your own body? How about being cut open with no sedatives or freezing to death in a tank of ice water? Most of the Holocaust victims who were test subjects in the Nazi medical experiments endured those things. According to Baruch C. Cohen’s “The Ethics Of Using Medical Data From Nazi Experiments,” during the Nuremberg trials after World War II, twenty doctors were convicted and charged with “War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity...revealed evidence of

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    ust“Not to transmit an experience is to betray it.” Ellie Wiesel states “I owe them my roots and my memory. I am duty bound to serve as their emissary, transmitting the history of their disappearance, even if it disturbs, even if it brings me pain (p.74).” Ellie finds that he needs to tell the story of the dead. The millions of people who died in the holocaust need their stories told. There memory’s need to be publicized so that something as horrible as the holocaust will never happen

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    All children are affected by the violence in their homes. Regardless of whether or not our children have been physically abused, watching their mother being battered is a frightening experience. Children from violent homes can exhibit a variety of behaviors. Some may "act out" and may be viewed as delinquent. Domestic violence is an ongoing experience of physical, psychologic, and/or sexual abuse in the home that is used to establish power and control over another person.1 Although awareness

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    Andrea Cohen October 4th, 2012 Professor Marcel Nazi era- Companies that Help in the Holocaust Throughout history, there have been important events that have distinct a particular ethical issue within various companies. One of these horrific events was the Holocaust, which is defined by Michell R Marrus as “the systematic mass murder of European Jewry by the Nazis”, which “sits uneasily in the history of our time” (Marrus, 1987). To many people the Holocaust is still a source of remorse

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    Simon Wiesenthal, a Holocaust survivor, wrote a narrative called The Sunflower: On the Possibilities and Limits of Forgiveness. In this he writes about his experiences in concentration camps, as well as one, almost life changing question that was brought to him buy a Nazi soldier on his death bed. One day he was taken into a hospital room that occupied a wounded Nazi named Karl. Simon, worried and confused by the situation, remained silent as Karl proceeded to tell him about himself and a

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    Holocaust The Devil’s Arithmetic is a captivating story about a 13-year-old girl named Hannah who lives in present day America. Hannah is very neglectful of her Jewish heritage and its customs. During Seder feast she is asked to “open the door” for the prophet Elijah. She finds herself transported back in time to 1942. After being shanghaied and taken to the Nazi concentration camp, she has to use what she knows about the future to survive the horror, which is the Holocaust. I find that

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    Holocaust still lives in peoples memory to this day, to see that 6 million people died by being tortured and burned alive and gassed, hurts me to think about. Children and everybody of all ages had to experience a pain and suffering that is unimaginable. The memory of what happened will always live on in the hope that humanity will soon be restored.

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    Children Tamiko Henry Emilie Babcox English 090 September 4, 2012 Children today are harder to parent than they were years ago. Many children have the “me” syndrome. They are born to many young mothers who have little experience in raising a child. Many of the children today go through problems in transition, have babies early, and drop out of school. In the Bible you hear, “Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” Children today

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    Mike Jones History 122 Holocaust Paper To what extent was the holocaust a European Event? There is much evidence leading scholars to ascertain that the Holocaust was indeed a European Event and not just the misdeeds of a lost leader. It is hard to point a finger at any one individual, let alone a single country, and be content in saying that all the blame for the events that occurred during the Holocaust rests with a single vessel. In “Hitler’s European Holocaust Helpers” we

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    Ethical Dilemma 1. What makes this situation an ethical dilemma? If we choose to keep the book then we are violating P-1.1(Above all, we shall not harm children. We shall not participate in practices that are emotionally damaging, physically harmful, disrespectful, degrading, dangerous, exploitive or intimidating to children) and if we choose to not accept this book to our classroom it would violate I-1.10. (To ensure that each child’s culture, language, ethnicity, and family structure

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    The Holocaust The Holocaust remains, and will continue to remain as one of the most horrific things that has happened to a group of people. The absolute inhumanity of the Holocaust puzzles people even today. Contemporary people wonder just how it happened, how people could be systematically killed, tortured, murdered. The answer will probably never be found, but future generations can avoid something like the Holocaust by studying it, and never forgetting. The Nazi’s did not start out with

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    Through many generations, there’s always a group that is shunned upon and misunderstood, the children. I’m sure you’ve heard your parents say things about this generation being worse than the past and your grandparents saying your generation is even WORSE than your parent’s. This is a never-ending cycle due to technologic and commodity increase over the years. You’ve obviously heard your dad tell you in his days he had to read books or newspapers to get information, and brag about you having it

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    HST 358 During the 19th century the middle class boys had went to grammar school. Then the middle class girls had went to private schools where they had learned how to sewing and things that involved music. Both the boys and the girls of the middle class were learning how to read and write. Middle class children had a lot of toys also. Their toys were wooden or porcelain dolls that were made into animals.. The houses of middle class families had furniture and fire places. Only one family

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    even made other Jews, their own brothers; tattoo one another in order to get an extra ration of bread or something in that category, knowing it goes against everything they believe. The elders’ grand children or their own children, get the number, that the elders got, tattooed in the Holocaust. A lot of people believe this is ignorant, they get it tattooed to show remorse for their elders’ but how can they show remorse by getting a tattoo that was meant to disgrace their religion, heritage and

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    the concentration camps. A very shocking moment in people’s life is when they are kids and they live during the holocaust. Children in the holocaust were beaten, tortured and killed in either a concentration camp or death camp. If they did survive they would have died of hard labor, starvation or diseases that were spread in camps. A total of one and a half million Jewish children were killed during the holocaust. During the holocaust children had to wear patches in the shape of a yellow star

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  • Children of the Holocaust

    “Children of the Holocaust” This research essay is about the devastating and gruesome incidents pertaining to the children of the holocaust. This essay will cover the unbelievable lives these children had to live and the horrible pain they had to undergo threw this war of extermination. They suffered losses of family, friends, and many became orphaned or homeless. The holocaust took the lives of about 6 million Jewish men, women, and children. There were about 1.6 million

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    - museums, memorials, survivor memoirs and films abound. The National Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C., for example, has had more than thirty million visitors since it opened in April, 1993. Among its powerful exhibits is a collection of adult and children shoes from Majdanek, Poland, each pair representing a life lost. There is no excuse for us to be ignorant of the atrocities that occurred. Above all, we have dedicated a day, Yom HaShoah, for remembering the Holocaust, the

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    Waffen SS, murdered more than a million Jewish men, women, and children, and hundreds of thousands of others. Between 1941 and 1944, Nazi German authorities deported millions of Jews from Germany, from occupied territories, and from the countries of many of its Axis allies to ghettos and to killing centers, often called extermination camps, where they were murdered in specially developed gassing facilities. THE END OF THE HOLOCAUST    In the final months of the war, SS guards moved camp inmates

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    The Holocaust was a tragic time for the Jewish community, and before this class I never truly realized how much each individual went through or what they had to do to survive. The entire period was filled with struggle and suffering and strength for the willpower to survive. Jewish men, women, and children were treated poorly, experimented on, stripped of their clothes and identity, and more. I heard stories like these from real people in the films, The Last Days directed by James Moll (1998

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    For my English project I did a representation of a hanging. To me this hanging is a great example of things that should not have happened or ever happen again. During the holocaust many people we able to witness many different things, such as hangings, burnings, beatings, and shootings. During a lifetime the average person doesn't get to witness these things, and never should have to. After reading this book about the holocaust I would recommend anyone who doesn't know a whole lot about the

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    Millions of names are still missing of parents and children; nothing can remove this darkness from one of the most tragic events to ever happen in history, the Holocaust. There is a classic German legend about a man named Faust. He was a highly successful scholar but was dissatisfied with his life. His legend has created stories of his success in art and music, but the legendary of this man doesn’t end there. According to the legend, Faust sold his soul to the devil in exchange for vast earthly

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    The holocaust was organized by Adolf Hitler. He grew to become a power in Germany, started the Nazi race and army, had a view of a perfect race of blue eyed blonde haired people , used the Jewish people as a scapegoat and told all Germany that Jewish people were responsible for all their problems. They captured all the Jews, put them into concentration camps and then killed all of them, either by gas chamber, shootings and burned them all approximately 100's of thousands of Jews were victims

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    Giovani rodriguez mr.el-amin period 3b   HOLOCAUST SHORT STORY Hello my name is joseph hofstein And I'm a german jewish teenager. I'm 16 years old and i lived in germany working in my parents restaurant. There was an event called kristallnacht that destroyed my parents business, our money was stolen,the glass was shattered and the building was raided of anything worth value. The next morning me and my faMily were sent to live in the

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    Language is very powerful, if it was not for language and communication we would not be living the life we live today. I realized the power of language when, I encountered a situation where I was not able to communicate to a group of people, in a way that they understood me. This situation occurred in Bulgaria, when I got lost on my big day, at Junior Judo World Championship. The ability to communicate is what made the world such an amazing place. If language and communication were never

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    Final Paper The Holocaust September 1st, 1939 marks the day in which the Holocaust began, a day we should never forget. Hitler had dreams to purify Germany and deem the Aryan race supreme however, he did not succeed. The strength and will power of the Jewish people to survive these unbearable times must be remembered for many generations to come. We must remember and teach about the incredible people who survived and give tribute to those who perished through documentation of the

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    more of a variety of toys than just dolls and puppets like the one in Rothenburg. The museum showcases toys from the last 150 years including intricate toys made oftin and toy clocks that really work. The delicate workmanship of these clocks and tin toys speaks volumes about the evolution of toys from then to now. Children love technological toys no matter what age they live in. The Barbie doll collection here needs to be seen to be believed. Hundreds of Barbie dolls live in their own

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    including 1.5 million Jewish children. The Holocaust took place in Europe by the Nazi regime and its collaborators that happened between 1933-1945. During that time, Jews were known as an inferior race. They were thought to be a threat to the German community. After years of having the Nazis rule in Germany, Hitler decided his “final solution”. This solution included mass killing centers constructed in the concentration camps of Poland. In the article “Elie

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    marry that girl, but before that dream could become a reality I realized that I had no idea where she lived in Hamburg. Heartbroken, I spent weeks trying to find her, but no luck. I never thought I was going to see Rachel again. I was wrong. It was May of 1944. I was thirty-two years old. Married to a woman I couldn’t stand, but I loved my children. I really did. I was serving Adolf Hitler in the Nazi Army. I never thought in a million years that Hitler’s hate for the Jewish population would

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    Holocaust Midterm Dana Bob Mercy College 1. Explain the origins and development of modern anti-Semitism Throughout history the Jewish community has been subject to a violent history which can be traced as far back as their expulsion from Carthage in 250 C.E. For centuries, Jews have endured slavery, land confiscations, massacres, pogroms, blood baths, mass arrests, public torture, banishments, inquisition, slaughter, mass murders and finally, the Holocaust in the 20th century

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    Children learn so quickly and even when they are exposed to a second language just once a week they still learn a lot. Within the first term they are able to recognise, understand and repeat what they have learnt. Three ways to support children learning a second language in the classroom: Use pictures or real objects when introducing new vocabulary words or concepts to help make connections in two different languages (example English and Spanish). Have a “show and tell” time when children

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    Holocaust The Holocaust was a major event in our history that eliminated about eleven million people. These people were killed by the Nazis that resided in Germany during World War II. Hitler was the leader of the Nazis. He felt that the Nazis were superior to the lower classes, such as the Jews, Gypsies, disabled, Jehovah’s Witnesses, homosexuals, Communists, and Socialists. There were many groups that were persecuted by the Nazis but the Jews were the group that the Nazis targeted the most

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    RELIGION AND SOCIETY UNIT ONE * The Holocaust By Chelsea Nguyen 11 Silver QUESTION NUMBER 3: Discuss the relationship Wiesel has with God throughout Night. Eliezer Wiesel presents the Jewish faith in a moment of extreme darkness however, what gives him the courage and strength to continue to live is his connection with religion and his relationship with God. Initially Elie shows strong devotion, then becomes disillusioned with God’s power, and ultimately redefines the position God

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    Zekia Mrs. Davis English 100-45 November 9, 2005 Punishment and discipline is the most effective on children today. Some people think that discipline and punishment is the same thing, but there not. Discipline is helping children develop self- control and sets limits and corrects misbehavior. Punishment is physical hitting, yelling, holding back rewards, and penalizing a child. “Not all children respond to discipline and punishment in the same manner” (Moore). Why do parent’s discipline

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    Cory Arentsen History 1000024 Professor Hackner 16 April 2015 The Holocaust The Holocaust is possibly the biggest monstrosity that has ever been committed by man. The one specific man, Adolf Hitler, was the main contributor to this horrid time. Hitler was a festooned veteran of World War I and also a German politician, a chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945, and the leader of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945. By the end of World War II, which ended in 1945, the Nazis had thrashed

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    Hilberg, The Politics of Memory: The Journey of a Holocaust Historian, Ivan R Dee, Inc. (1996) Michael Marrus, The Holocaust in History, Meridian Books (1987) Children in the Holocaust One of the questions most asked of The Holocaust History Project is about the chilling fate of the children caught by the Holocaust. These books are suitable for younger readers. Elie Wiesel, Night, Bantam Books, New York (1960) Anne Frank (et al.), The Diary of Anne Frank: The Critical Edition, Doubleday Books

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    During the Holocaust, millions of Jews, gypsies, and members of other groups were persecuted and murdered by Nazi occupied Europe. However, many forget to acknowledge that among these were children. It may never be known exactly how many children were murdered but it is said that as many as some 1.5 million children may have fell victim to the Nazi party. Although children were not a main target of the Nazi's violence, they did fall subject to persecution along with their parents. Jewish

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    -Combs Communications, Inc./Harris Interactive for Out & Equal Workplace Advocates September 12, 2002 Page 6 of 8 TABLE 4 Comfort Level in Sharing Personal Information at Work “In your current or your most recent job, how comfortable are you or were you…?” Base: All Respondents Extremely Comfortable Having a photo of your spouse, partner or a significant other on your desk or in your office GLBT Total Having a photo of your children 1 on your desk or in your office GLBT Total Heterosexual

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    Penn State HIST 121 Term Paper 23 April 2014 Children of the Holocaust This research essay is about the devastating and gruesome incidents pertaining to the children of the holocaust. This essay will cover the unbelievable lives these children had to live and the horrible pain they had to undergo threw this war of extermination. They suffered losses of family, friends, and many became orphaned or homeless. The holocaust took the lives of about 6 million Jewish men, women, and children

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    The Lego Holocaust (Circle Production 2011) is a Brickfilm that depicts the event of the Holocaust using Legos. A Brickfilm is when a film is produced by using Lego or other similar plastic toys and it is usually produced using stop motion animation. At the beginning the narrator explains the Nazi view on Germany and then go on to show how the Jews were treated and how the Nazi tries to stop people from buying from Jewish shops. After that it tells how the Jews were sent to the Death camps and

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    Justin Hrabosky Mr. Wojcik WWII Through Film 7 March 2016 Holocaust The Holocaust was an extremely unfortunate and tragic event that was led by the leader of Nazi Germany, Adolf Hitler, and all of his followers. The Holocaust was the systematic killing of over 6 million Jewish people in Europe, as well as Slavic and homosexual people, with the casualty total reaching up to 11 million. After World War One, Germany was blamed for most of the destruction done across Europe. Because of this

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    genetically inferior, and that they were the all-time enemy of the German people. Not everyone agreed with Hitler’s outrageous ideas, but many hoped he would solve Germany’s financial problems, and return them to their former stature. The Holocaust took place in World War II. It was an effort by Adolph Hitler to eliminate the Jewish people. Six million Jews were killed in World War II, half of that six million were children and teenagers. If you had a distantly related Jewish family

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    -being of an individual. The child’s first place of contact with the world is the family. The child, as a result requires initial education and socialization from parents and other significant persons in the family. The parents are, in short, the child’s first teacher. They are the first and primary source of social support for young children. When parents are involved in the education of their children, children tend to model their parents’ attitudes and actions. Suffice it to say that parents

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    “Night” Essay. The Holocaust (also called Shoah in Hebrew) refers to the period from January 30, 1933, when Adolf Hitler became chancellor of Germany, to May 8, 1945, when the war in Europe ended. During this time, Jews in Europe were subjected to harsh persecution that ultimately led to the murder of 6,000,000 Jews (1.5 million of these being children) and the destruction of 5,000 Jewish communities. The Jews were the victims of Hitler’s plan to annihilate the entire Jewish population of

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    Holocaust Museum My Mom, my cousin and I all went to the Holocaust Museum in Richmond. Upon arriving at the museum the outside of the building looked a little scary, because all the windows had boards and locks on them. As we went in the building we went to the information desk and this older man told us that the museum was built by survivors of Holocaust that ended up living in Richmond many years later. He then told us to go into the video room and watch the video and then come back

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    Children’s opinions are influenced by their friends. Is this a positive or a negative development? What can parents do to influence their children’s opinions? Children are usually impressed by their friend easily. And all of the influence that provided by friends have not only benefits but also drawbacks. From my observation, parental attitude should come before the bad opinions that will impact negative on children’s view. Two methods that parents can maintain the influential role in their

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    propagandized eliminationist anti-Semitism. The national spirit and moral suffered a lot. Why do contemporary little children that do not even know anything about Holocaust may think that having a Jewish friend is not appropriate? It is just that he was unconsciously given the information that so many of these people were murdered for being Jewish, as a “punishment”. And the next thought that comes to the little brain is: If they were persecuted like that, how bad are they? Fear comes into the

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    this fundamental question about human nature: were humans once peaceful living in harmony with each other, or is warfare and all the horrors that accompany it “natural”? Since the first recorded battle, thousands of years ago, combatants and non-combantants are affected by this brutal affair. Combantants risk injury, disfigurement, and death. Non-combantants, such as women and children, also face a brutal reality, losted loved ones, displacement, and even death. However, good does come from

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