Focus Question 3

Focus Question 3 - Focus Question #3-Europa Europa In all...

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Unformatted text preview: Focus Question #3-Europa Europa In all honesty, I think that this was probably one of the hardest questions assigned. To pick at ones morals in choosing either to save oneself or risk death by being with your family is an extremely hard one. I do believe that his actions were moral. When his family found out that were going to have to move from their homes, she allowed him and his brother to leave and told him specifically that You must live, you must live! So that is what he fought to achieve; life. One can argue that his mothers parting words can just be used as an excuse for why he, in a way, abandoned his people to put on a faade that Hitler feared the most, of a Jew that can disguise himself to fit in with the Aryan race. However, I do commend him on his extreme bravery in the midst of being at such a young age, and away from his family during a time when...
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course HISTORY 101 taught by Professor Hives during the Fall '07 term at Temple.

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Focus Question 3 - Focus Question #3-Europa Europa In all...

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