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    Children of the Holocaust

    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. There were about 1.6 million Jewish children consisting

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    Children of the Holocaust

    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 children were

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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 Jewish

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    Children of the Holocaust

    Throughout the movie, "The Holocaust", the phrase, "I just do my job," was usually the only excuse most people who committed crimes against the Jews could come up with. For example, when Helena and Rudy Weiss were staying in Kiev, the city was bombed. During the bombing, one of the Nazi soldiers, who happened to be Heinz Muller, a friend of Inga's family, was hit by falling debris. Hesitant, Rudy helped Muller escape from the collapsing building, gave him some water, and asked him why he was taking

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    Children Holocaust

    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 developed

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    Children of the Holocaust

    Dans la France, la violence dans les écoles etait un problème grand dans le monde entier qui attaquent de nombreux enfants. puis finissent dans des centres de détention pour mineurs. Bien que l'observabilité de la violence dans les écoles est fortement augmenté, les solutions vers de donner des résultats insatisfaisants que dans le cas des centres de détection. Cependant, afin d'être en mesure de résoudre ce problème de la violence dans les écoles, les raisons doivent être étudiés avec précision

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    Children Holocaust

    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 developed

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    Children of the Holocaust

    Please Everyone Bring Your Favorite Dish!!!! & Your Family *There will be a jumper for the kids! Bring a swimming suits!* (This is a DRAMA FREE FAMILY EVENT so please LEAVE YOUR FUNK BEHIND and HAVE RESPECT for the children) ~Water Park at the premises~

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    Postmemory

    Although the Holocaust took place almost half a century ago, it still leaves behind profound repercussions not only on its direct survivors, but also on their descendants – the second generation. In her book The Generation of Postmemory: Writing and Visual Culture after the Holocaust, Marianne Hirsch coins the term “postmemory” to describe how parents can pass on their traumatic memories to their children, and how these memories consequently become an integral part of their lives and their identities

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    Holocaust

    Life during the Holocaust The Holocaust was a horrible event and had many tragedies and losses of family and friends. This event starts in 1933 where Hitler rises to power, and ends in 1945 where Hitler is defeated and the holocaust has ended. There are many topics about the holocaust that people would want to know, but this topic is a crucial and important one. The topic is Life during the Holocaust where we learn about how Jewish people live during the holocaust and what happened to them in the

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    Holocaust

    Holocaust Life during the Holocaust The Holocaust was a horrible event and had many tragedies and losses of family and friends. This event starts in 1933 where Hitler rises to power, and ends in 1945 where Hitler is defeated and the holocaust has ended. There are many topics about the holocaust that people would want to know, but this topic is a crucial and important one. The topic is Life during the Holocaust where we learn about how Jewish people live during the holocaust and what happened

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    Clarens I. Desir Professor Matthew Lau EN 101 6 February 2014 Regine, Beyer. “Life after the Holocaust” United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Revised Edition. N.p., 10 June 2013. Web. 8 May 2014 Regine, Beyer’s article. “Life after the Holocaust” (2010), asserts that he learned that human being cannot be reduced to one period of their lives, even though it might have been the determining one, and About the strength of mind and spirit in sometimes frail bodies. About forgiveness, and

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    Holocaust Musem Viticms

    Holocaust Museum Holocaust Museum The holocaust took place in January in 1933 and ended May 8 in 1945. During the Holocaust, Jews was held in concentration camps were they worked, killed, and burned alive. This photo depicts how the Jewish people was held during the Holocaust at the concentration camps. During the holocaust the Jewish people was kept bundle up in bunk beds. All the concentration camps was overcrowded due large numbers of captured Jews. Many Jewish people was sick, starving

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    Holocaust

    It seems that the times of Holocaust are already very far away from the point we are standing now, but everything is not as simple as it seems from the first sight. For many people this time will be something they will never forget, the time of struggle for an opportunity to survive. It was a time for fighting for the right to live, the time when Jews were killed just for “being Jews”, a time when a man with a “yellow star” was doomed. It took place in 1939-1945 and was introduced by Adolph Hitler

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    War on Drugs

    Dayzsha Hayden 10-26-15 Section 13 The Effects of the Holocaust on Art Second generation survivors are the offspring of the survivors of the Holocaust. Though, these individuals are not directly impacted by the trauma of the Holocaust they are considered to have acquired the scars without the wounds (Albeck 1994). In the graphic novels Maus I and II by Art Speigelman, Art tells the tale of his father Vladek who is a survivor of the Holocaust. Throughout the novels, Art makes references or portrays

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    Holocaust

    The Truth about the Holocaust January 30,1933 through May 8,1945 was a tragic time for the Jews. This period of time is known as the Holocaust and it means, “sacrifice by fire.” The Holocaust consisted of the persecution and murder of over 5,860,000 Jews by the Nazis. Not only were the Jews killed during this time, but the Nazis also murdered gypsies, Serbs, polish intelligentsia, resistance fighters from all nations, German opponents of Nazism, homosexuals, Jehovah’s witnesses, habitual criminals

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    Research Paper

    Psychological Effects of the Holocaust            In February of 1933, the Nazi Party ruthlessly started to persecute Jews simply because they were Jews. Under the Nazi Party, Jews were "worthless", and considered  "animals". As time went on in the Holocaust, the physiological impact of the Nazi hatred demoralized the Jews. Jews were shot as target practice, starved (mostly to death), and forced to kill their own kind to save themselves; it was just about one's own survival- no one else mattered

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    The Holocaust

    The Holocaust: Suggested Reading There is a wealth of information about the Holocaust. So much has been written, in fact, that it can be difficult to determine where to start. This reading list is collected from recommendations from other members of The Holocaust History Project. It is not a complete bibliography but represents our opinion as to what are the most useful starting places for research. Since this list concentrates on works that are easily available and useful to a person unacquainted

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    Life Is Beautiful

    Mars lopez Mr. Osman English 201 71335 November 11, 14 The events of the Holocaust evoke such strong emotions that films portraying the horrors of the time period are considered inappropriate depictions of them. Films such as Schindler’s List and The Pianist take a serious historical approach to the Holocaust, while films like Life is Beautiful take a different approach to it. It is the combination of romance, comedy, and tragedy that triggered many viewers into criticizing Life is beautiful

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    Genocide

     and still is committed all around the world.  Genocide was never formally named until  1944.  Genocide was finally named after the terrible occurrences of the Holocaust. a man named  Raphael Lemkin named it genocide from the Greek word “geno” which meant race or tribe, and  the Latin word “cide” which meant killing.  A few of the most well­known genocides are the  Holocaust, the genocide in Darfur, Cambodia, Rwanda and in Bosnia. These genocides have  made huge impacts on the world. Many millions of innocent and guilty have been killed from 

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    Hana Suitecas

    spirit continue to live on today. Adapted from the book of the same title by Karen Levine, HANA’S SUITCASE explores the journey of teacher and children at the Tokyo Holocaust Education Center take to find out who Hana Brady is—all from a suitcase the Center received with Hana’s name, birth date, and the word waisenkind (orphan) written on it. The children at the Center are captivated by this suitcase, and the girl who once owned it, and they begin flooding Fumiko Ishioka, the Center’s Director, with

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    Political Science

     Savala   IB History  21 April 2015  Helga Hošková­Weissová  Throughout the course of WWII, there has been a large majority of the Jewish population  that were taken away from their homes and loved ones by the terrifying Nazi’s. During the  Holocaust, an event that not one Jewish person wants to ever recall upon; they would experience  such labor that could lead to their possible death, while undergoing excruciating pain both  mentally and physically. In addition, as a Jewish they would live day by day trying to survive on 

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    Cover Photo Remake

    and reason. I chose to use a picture of children for the background. The children are there to show the loss of innocence that occurred during the holocaust. Children are viewed as innocent beings and the large group of them here are to represent the large amount of innocent lives taken. They eyes are blacked out on all of the children except one. This is because Elie, the main character, was the only one to come out alive from his family after the holocaust. Everyone he loved died and he was the

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    5 Million Forgotten

    day, "We will never forget." And of course it is near to impossible to forget about the death of a loved one or death in such a large amount.. "We will NEVER forget." This quote shows how ignorant and neglectful people are. World War II, the Holocaust. Adolf Hitler wanted to perfect the human race, and he was willing to annihilate everyone who got in his way of doing so. Over 11 Million people were brutally murdered by Hitler and his Nazis. When people commemorate this tragic event in the world's

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    Stress and Well Being

    The Holocaust 1933 What is a Holocaust? Holocaust is a Greek word that means to “sacrifice by fire.” In 1933 the ruler Adolf Hitler came in power of Germany, and formed a Nazi Party and the Holocaust began. Adolf Hitler had brainwashed many of his German followers into believing that they were superior and the Jews people and others were inferior race of people. During the course of time the Nazi’s hunted out with prosecution and killed over six millions of people not only the Jews, but also

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    “Angel of Death”. He determined who would be killed or who would be forced laborer (including children). He was in World War II HOLOCAUST STARTED: January 30th 1933 ENDED: May 8th 1945.   Jews in Europe were subjected to progressively harsh persecution that ultimately led…5 million Jews murdered to the death camps,6,000,000 Jewish people (1.5 million of these being children) were murdered.   The Holocaust was the most corrupted time in the history well besides the Civil War. Hitler was sinful

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    The Holocaust

    Research Paper 1 The Holocaust In this paper, I will be presenting many facts that show what the Holocaust is and why it occurred. The Holocaust was an organized, persecution, and murder of approximately six million Jewish people including 1.5 million Jewish children. The Holocaust took place in Europe by the Nazi regime and its collaborators that happened

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    Photography

    Shannon Trubatch Imaginary Worlds Assignment 2 ENG201 Behind the Lens: Photographs of the Holocaust Religion has been found to be, time and time again, a factor that influences the actions taken by many, both kind and cruel, across the globe and throughout history. My mother is a Christian, and I grew up in a household celebrating Christian holidays and attending church on Sundays. My father, however, was raised in Long Island in a Jewish home, where he celebrated Hanukah, had a bar mitzvah

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    Holocaust

    The Holocaust The Holocaust The Holocaust 2 At the beginning of the 1930s, Germany was under stress of recuperating after the First World War. Germany was in need of a leader to lead them through the hard times of recovering after a war, with no help from other countries. A man by the name of Adolf Hitler stepped up to the challenge. His goal was to lead Germany out of their troubles and make them a world power.

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    Rhetorical Analysis of the Perils of Indifference by Elie Wiesel

    part of the Millennium Lecture Series hosted by the White House, notable author, Noble Peace Prize Winner, and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel delivered the speech The Perils of Indifference on April 12, 1999. He delivered this speech in order to inspire the American people to take action in times of human suffering, injustice, and violence, in order to prevent events like the Holocaust from happening again in the future. Through the use of the modes of persuasion, his rhetorical situation, and word

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    The Armenian Genocide

    THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE “Kill every Armenian, women, children and men without concern for anything”~ Talaat Pasha, Ottoman Turkish leader. The Armenian Genocide, also known as the Armenian Holocaust was the Ottoman government’s systematic extermination of its minority Armenian subjects from their historic homeland in the territory constituting the present-day Republic of Turkey. It took place from April of 1915 to 1923 (during and after WWI), and was implemented in two phases: The wholesale killing

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    Road Rage

    19 March 2012 Life during the Holocaust: Life in the ghettos, Dr. Mengele’s medical care, and food in the camps Genocide during WWII was unbelievably cruel and awful. The Holocaust was sure to be remembered from this time period and have permanently engraved horrible memories into those who survived. During the Holocaust many victims suffered while living in the ghettos, soon to reach the camps they also suffered there as well. The encounters with Dr. Mengele were unbearable too. Elie Wiesel’s

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    Discuss the Problem of Evil in the Context of the Holocaust

    Holocaust was a systematic elimination in which Adolf’s Hitler’s Nazi regime and its collaborators murdered approximately six million Jews as part of the “Final Solution”, the nazi policy to murder the Jews of Europe and another five million non jewish victims which took place throughout Nazi Germany and German occupied territories. From 1914 to 1945, in history it is the largest methodically killing of Jews, and acts of oppression, killings of various ethnic and political group in Europe were carried

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    Comparitive Religions

    The 1100s was a pretty bad period for the Jews they were driven from southern Spain by a Berber invasion, numerous anti-Jewish incidents began to take place in Europe. When the Jews were in France they were accused of having a ritual in killing children, while in England the “Jews were murdered while trying to give gifts to the King at Richard I’s coronation”, “150 Jews were massacred in York”, and in 1215 the Catholic Church “ordered Jews to live in segregated areas and to wear distinctive clothes

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    Parallel Journeys

    descriptive manner for the reader to be able to interpret the story of the holocaust from two totally different people and points of view. When I first started reading the book I was a little lost because I did not know that the chapters alternate between the two story lines. Eleanor H. Ayer threads the stories of both these survivors together in a terrific manner. She incorporates the history of the Holocaust as well as personal testimony from Waterford and Heck. As I mentioned earlier

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    Ender's Game Analysis

    Human Rights Issues- Genocide and Forcing Children Have you ever been forced into doing something you don’t really want to do? Maybe your parents “force” you to do your homework or clean your room, but what if it was something damaging? What if you were forced to kill of an entire race or species? Ender Wiggin had to do just that at only eleven years of age. Orson Scott Card’s novel Ender’s Game demonstrates forcing children to go into wars and genocide, which have been issues in many other countries

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    Nein Nazi

    eligible to work were to live. Many women, children, and elder were sent to die. Living in concentration camps, not knowing when their last day will be. The Jews have lost their lives in the most cruel ways possible. Dying of disease, being shot, hangings, and sending them to burn in chambers. What if the Germans weren’t aware of what was going on? They were completely clueless of what was happening. The Germans were not responsible for the Holocaust. Before the ending of WWII, The Germans took

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    Ghost of Tennesee

    Outline Introduction/Thesis: I. Holocaust at Auschwitz A. Concentration Camp 1. Life in camp 2. Countless murders 3. Rescue Conclusion/Closing: The Holocaust at Auschwitz By Writing 1 Introduction The story of the Holocaust at Auschwitz is a hard and very heart breaking story to tell. Millions Jews were murdered by the hands of the Nazis. The train arrived in the middle

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    Holocaust

    The Holocaust is known as one of the most horrifying and devastating events in world history. The Holocaust was a horrific event that occurred in European countries. The German army, then led by Adolph Hitler, captured and tortured thousands if not millions of Jewish men, women, and their children, including Elie Wiesel and Anne Frank. Anne Frank and Elie Wiesel both suffered badly, but had different outcomes. They have many similarities and differences. Anne Frank and Elie Wiesel have many similarities

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    The Holocaust

    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), Shoah

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    Provide the sources for your supporting research. Using support from your research materials, identify and explain any political, social, economic, or cultural issues that may shape the story.      A political issue that shapes my story is the Holocaust. This affect the boy in story because he doesn’t realize what is going on around him and why the girl behind the fence is always so hungry and tired . He didn't know any of this because of Nazi Propaganda. To him everything was fine and didn't have

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    Name: Global II Date: The Holocaust Historical Information: According to the Holocaust Museum, the Holocaust was the state-sponsored, systematic persecution and annihilation of European Jewry by Nazi Germany and its collaborators between 1933 and 1945 (www.ushmm.org). The Task: View the United States Holocaust Museum web site to familiarize yourself with this horrific time period. As you browse, please click on and view the pictures, maps and graphics that accompany

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    Holocaust Museum

    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 and

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    Holocaust

    family, of a culture, and a nation”, by Werner Gellert, chair of The New Mexico Holocaust and Intolerance Museum and Study Center. (history:www.nmholocaustmuseum.com) It is vital to remember and pass to a new generation the history and lessons of the Holocaust since over 5.7 million Jewish people had their lives taken away by a man who was intolerant of their religion. The largest numbers of victims of the Holocaust were Polish citizens. Adolf Hitler tried to destroy a nation by destroying families

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    The Holocaust

    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 “The

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    Outline for Maus

    Surviving the Holocaust as a Comic Book Art Spiegelman’s MAUS: A Survivor’s Tale is uniquely suitable to study the holocaust and literature because of its innovative qualities such as a graphic novel, its detailed biography of a witness of the Holocaust in Poland, and its complex sroey of that witess as a survivor in the United States. MAUS: A Survivor’s Tale gives readers new insight into literature because of its form as a graphic novel. “We don’t need more genteel synonyms. We need to

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    Maus Analysis

    10, 2015 If Humans are Animals, are Animals Humans? The very dramatic and dark, graphic novel, Maus: A Survivor’s Tale, by Art Spiegelman invites us readers to a hands on account of a Polish Jew’s horrific journey through the unforgettable Holocaust. Maus is not the ordinary comic that you would typically read, but instead, exemplifies another level of genre that fights the “norms” of a comic. Art Spiegelman takes his audience outside of their comfort zone and creatively imbeds a plot twist

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    Holocaust vs the Cruicible]

    resentment. The Holocaust was a tragic event in history, over 11 million lives were l lost because of the crucial, racial prejudice and injustice against humanity. The Nazis waged a vicious war against the Jews because Germans were searching for a reason to blame someone for their problems and extremist groups such as the Nazis provided a focus for the German people. Some historians will argue that extreme nationalism was the cause of the Holocaust because of the power

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    Holocaust

    INTRODUCTION TO THE HOLOCAUST * Related Articles * Related Links * Comments * How to cite this article Two German Jewish families at a gathering before the war. Only two people in this group survived the Holocaust. Germany, 1928. — US Holocaust Memorial Museum * VIEW PHOTOGRAPHS * VIEW PERSONAL HISTORIES * VIEW ARTIFACTS * VIEW MAPS * VIEW HISTORICAL FILM FOOTAGE The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder

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    In Spiegelman’s Maus, Even the Dedications Are an Essential Part of the Text.’

    Spiegelman’s Maus is a graphic novel which explores events of the holocaust and the uniting of a father and son. Though often overlooked the dedications play an integral role in better understanding the text. The dedications do not influence the meaning of the book but do reinforce events in the book. Spiegelman dedicates the first book to his mother as an attempt to rid himself of the guilt associated with his mother’s suicide. In an attempt to not have the same short comings as his father, Art

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