Is the Holocaust a unique experience in human history?
What arguments does Bauer make about the uniqueness of the Holocaust?
- Bauer argues Holocaust very different from other genocides
-Genocide is contained to a specific country; Holocaust was kill
William Carr, Nazi Party against Jews
Long matured mastered plan against European Jewry
Nazi State- anti-Semitic
Certain professions higher proportion of Jews than Aryans
16% of all lawyers
17% of all bankers Jews
10 % of all doctors and den
Critical Memoir Review- Primo Levi
Primo Levi, author of Survival in Auschwitz, is an Italian Jew who was born in Turin,
Italy in 1919. At the start of the Holocaust, Levi was only fourteen. He did not disclose any
Topic: A Lost Identity: Children who survived the Holocaust.
Historical Question: How did child survivors experiences during the Holocaust effect their
Tentative Thesis: Childhood, as well as adolescence, is a
CHILDREN IN THE HOLOCAUST:
The Psychological Effects of a Lost Childhood
By: Amanda Barbuto
On January 30, 1933, Germany as the world knew it changed forever. Adolf Hitler
became chancellor of Germany. Under his control,