NAZI’s Brutality: The Holocaust, Humans’ Wickedness (Article Sample)
tHE PAPER REQUIRED THAT I IMAGINE BEING A survivor OF NAZI HOLOCAUST AND SUBSEQUENTLY WRITE ON Why did I survive AND How did I survive. IN ADDITION, I WAS TO BRIEFLY WRITE ABOUT Elie Weisel, HIS experience AT THE HANDS OF NAZI AND What IT TEACHES US.
NAZI’s brutality surpasses any imaginable or conceivable extremes of humans’ wickedness. By living through the experience and surviving it, I am able to tell a story. It is a life filled with both the best and worst of memories, emotional scars which, though now healed, still remain as evidence of one of the darkest era in human history. I am a survivor and a conqueror. I lived through the holocaust in Auschwitz concentrated camp between the year 1942 1nd 1945 before we were finally liberated from the German forces. It is estimated that more than one million Jews were killed in this concentration camp during this period. The Germans murdered hundreds of people each day and only a few of us were able to survive through it. Some of my close friends and family members were either shot or killed in the gas chambers. I was only fifteen years old when the holocaust started.
It was the sheer urge to live that made me hold on. There are times when I just wished to die. Hostility of the concentration camp could make a person contemplate suicide as a way of ending the suffering. Seeing my mother dying was one of the most painful experiences in my life. Before coming to the camp, I had many aspirations and dreams. I yearned to build a family of my own, have my own children and live a normal life. The holocaust and war made such imaginations mere fantasies. Every time I felt like giving up, I reminded myself that it would only be through my survival that I could able to live long, achieve those aspirations and tell a story about my experiences.
By writing about my experiences in Auschwitz, I am able to narrate the events and occurrences from personal point of view. This is history which must never be forgotten. It is both a lesson to future generations on how hatred for one another can have enormous consequences and capacity to alter the course of humanity. There are many lessons which can be learned through sharing the experiences in concentration camp. As the years go by, generations which were alive during this period are fading out. It is only through personal accounts that the new generations can learn something from the holocaust. My target audience is majorly our young generations. Most of them have only heard the stories about NAZI’s concentration camps but have never put much consideratio...
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