Holocaust-1 - Surname 1 Students Name Professors name Course Date Holocaust Introduction Holocaust studies and investigation is a scholar discipline

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Surname 1 Student’s Name Professor’s name Course Date Holocaust Introduction Holocaust studies and investigation is a scholar discipline that integrates historical research and the entire study of holocaust. It navigates around the trauma, testimony and the research of the genocide survivors like the Jewish life and the after holocaust world. The Museum is an important place to pay a visit when studying on Holocaust and special attention has been given to the United States Holocaust Museum which explains the occurrence of Holocaust in the German and Nazi territory and the live happenings as dictated by survivors. One of the survivors says, “ Your life never mattered to them if you happen to be a Jew”. The second article by Chalmers, explains the role of women in the Holocaust and the treatment they received from the Nazi as they purely consider them less powerful and less standards to the required Arayan standard. Responsibilities changed from reproduction to sexual abuse. The website United States Holocaust Museum and the article by Chalmers, Jewish Sexual Abuse holds key events of the World War 2 and the Holocaust. The United States Museum Website front cover is a great link to the comprehension of genocide and shows how people are treated due to difference in races and are deemed to death . The direct link navigates to the query what genocide is and it was until 1944, for many people genocide was unknown. The understanding of genocide as the destruction of European Jews with the use of Nazi policies and the way they received mistreatment. On the same front cover, there is evidence of the events that trailed the heads of the Jews such as killing members,
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