TThe Holocaust Misconception

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The Holocaust MisconceptionThe Holocaust is likely one of the most misunderstood historical events of modern times. There are those that underestimate the extent of world knowledge about the German atrocities. There are also those who are ignorant of the way in which the Jews reacted to their situation. There is an incredible extent of incorrect information about the Holocaust which people have been taught or made to beleive. It is imperative that modern society fully …

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…enough to make someone pity those who were killed. The educator must make the student respect the dead and acknowledge that their deaths were not without purpose. We as a society, must realize that the Holocaust, as the most infamous and disgraceful time in all history, must therefore be the most highly studied. It must be taught to the fullest extent so that every generation to follow has eyes completely open for signs of trouble.