Four Unique Looks At The Holocaust And Its Aftermath: "Forgiving Dr. Menegle", "Anne Frank Remembered", "Lodz Ghetto", A Filmed Unfinished".
Holocaust Documentaries: Holocaust and it's Aftermath
Since the end of World War II and the exposition of the atrocities committed by the Germans against the Jewish people of Europe as well as other minorities countless films have explored the issue. Despite the evidence to the contrary, millions of people around the world continue to adhere to the Nazi belief that Jews are secretly plotting to take over the world, or, in fact already have.
Post World War II Views of Antisemtism Explored
There are so many questions that one can ask regarding the Holocaust. How and why did it happen? What can we do to ensure that it never happens again? Most importantly, why is it so important that everyone should never forget the Holocaust? People cannot afford to take the role of bystanders as so many did during Hitler’s reign of terror against the Jewish people.
Never Forget The Holocaust
It has been nearly 70 years since the liberation of the Jews from the Nazi concentration camps at the end of World War II, but for millions of people, Jewish or otherwise, remembering the Holocaust serves to remind us of their suffering during this fateful period in history. For the few remaining survivors who are still alive today and their families, the Holocaust is an ever present reality that cannot be forgotten. Unfortunately for others, this time is merely ancient history.
Remembering The Holocaust And The Millions That Suffered
Holocaust deniers, or “historical revisionists,” as they like to call themselves, frequently cite the fact that the allies committed a number of terrible acts of violence during World War II in an attempt to justify or at the very least minimize the atrocities committed by National Socialist Germany. It is true that there were massacres at the hands of the allies, but there were key differences that distinguish the holocaust as a uniquely evil act in the midst of total war.
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