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1 3-6-2012 English 5 Independent Reading Project Compare and Contrast Essay “In his hatred, Hitler considered all Jews unclean, subhuman, like maggots in a rotting body. It was reasonable to him that decent society should be scrubbed of such filth.” The Holocaust was a horrific event, which can never happen again. We must use it as a lesson for tolerance and respect. Part of this dark, unforgivable point in history was made up of making the Jews appear less than human; and exterminating them in colossal accumulations in concentration camps. The Holocaust Camps by Ann Byers unmasks some of the horrors of anti-Semitism, the inhumanity used to terrorize the people into submission, and the various types of camps. There were prison camps, labor camps, and extermination camps; sometimes even a combination of the three. The living conditions were literally unbearable in the camps. The prisoners were demanded to work, often without food. Inmates generally died from starvation and exhaustion. The non-fiction novel, The Holocaust Camps written by Ann Byers compares and contrasts to Del Alar’s short story “Falling Hope” by lies carved into the gates, demeaning Jews, and Genocide.
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