How does Hitler describe his struggle with the Jews What predictions are made

How does hitler describe his struggle with the jews

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How does Hitler describe his struggle with the Jews? What predictions are made?He views them as his adversaries that he has managed to defeat in Germany. He says that they once laughed at him, and his predictions of state leadership. He says they are now choking on their words. He predicts that if a World War were to erupt, that he would then make the destruction of the Jewish race his goal. "First They Came for the Jews"By Pastor NiemollerFirst they came for the Jews and I did not speak out because I was not a Jew.Then they came for the Communists and I did not speak out because I was not a Communist.Then they came for the trade unionists and I did not speak out because I was not a trade unionist.Then they came for me and there was no one left to speak out for me.What can be learned “from” this passage for present and future application?We as human beings need to stand up for each other. Even if the group being persecuted is not ours, we still need to fight to defend their rights. We cannot just stand by and watch the world burn, because it does not affect us. An example that can be used today is ISIS. Should we or should we not intervene? After all it is of no concern to us, because we are safe in America right? We need to defend those that can’t defend themselves.Connecting HistoryHow does the theme, "The importance of history is realizing its
presence" connect to people and/or events in this module? Provide examples.The theme, "The importance of history is realizing its presence", can beconnected to the Jewish Holocaust. We need to realize that there have been other holocausts in recent history. They may not be able to compare to the scale or efficiency of the Nazi regime, but there are still groups of people today that are being persecuted. One example that can be used right now is the Christian population in areas where ISIS is in control. There were Iraqui towns that were historically known to havebeen Christian, but now they are ghost towns. The Christian population has been exterminated in certain regions.How does the theme, "The same conditions always produce the same results" connect to people and/or events in this module? Provide examples.The theme, "The same conditions always produce the same results", can connect to the blood thirsty Nazi regime. When there is a force so obviously evil and destructive, there will be good men and women that will stand up. The more gruesome the organization, the harder good people will fight. We can compare that again to ISIS. The entire world is against these people. They have killed and tortured people of all faiths and nations. Even the Taliban has turned on them. Thanks to ISIS atrocious acts, there is now a middle eastern coalition backed by western support. They are now slowly making gains on ISIS territory.

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