This article is talking about the victors of the war and the losers. It also reflects on the devastation of the war. How “shocking the war can be”. More like all the other information talks about the lives lost. Something that i have come to think about is that after all the destruction 70 years later we are still talking about the war. This is something that impacts everyone. There are articles and stories from people themselves it is amazing. Then when I think about how there would still be many artifacts left and lost from that time that we have yet to discover. How amazing is that ?
Deborah goes into Ted Talk to talk about the denial behind the Holocaust. Where people are stating that the holocaust didn't happen. She asks who are we to deny what really happen. How about the people that lived through it, the soldier who said “ I did it”. She questions the people who say the holocaust didn't really happen. I think there are some people where they will question it because “history is written by the victors” but then again where there are a lot of people who are from the past who state “ I was there i lived through it” it where when people start denying what really happened started to get me mad. Here we have encounter that look I was here to deny the holocaust is to deny the people their past, to deny the people themselves, and to deny that something terrible did actually happen.
This is talking about how the people will see the difference that the united states is doing. Democracy is something that our country is founded upon so by helping out a officer from the war this is showing the people, we are a free land and we are here to help people. Yes they did something wrong, but they are learning that this country is well and understanding. I think that with holding an officer and helping them out the people learn how bad the soldiers fell from the war. That they need assistance. I think that yes some people will be mad about that fact that the U.S. is helping a officer that murdered thousands of people. I would be enraged, but with that action the people and even other countries learn that the war is not black and whit it can be grey too.
Summary and Reflection: This link will show you all the galleries retaining from the war. From the attack on Pearl Harbor to the end of world war two. Who the axis powers were. How bad the destruction of the war was. It shows what everyone went through who the people were scared of. I think they should show this when we are in class to see exactly what our country went through what they did to save us what it cost them and more. It is only right to see what happened to us and maybe, but hopefully never happen again.
The video is based on the Holocaust it is based on the “deadliest conflict in human history” it involved a vast majority of the world nations. The nations were either apart of the “Allies” or the Axis”. The allies were Great Britain, United States, and China while the axis powers were Germany, Japan, and italy. It was based on two opposing teams. The United states fought to remain neutral, but eventually lost the battle when Japan attacked pearl harbor. Thus this brought the United States into World War Two. I think itis important to know how the U.S became involved in the war. People genuinely have to know this is how the past is and the past is something that should never be forgotten.
This is an article that didn't happen very long ago. THis article states that over there in poland it is illegal to claim that the polish people are involved in the war that any such accusations is a crime against the country and you can be arrested this was stated by the polish president. I think in a way this is right. People were taken over Hilter took over everyone that was his goal. Once he took over poland he basically gave the people once choice submit to what i want you to do or die. You can't blame the people for wanting to live. You cant blame them for wanting to be with their family. Then there is the fact of getting something thrown in your face all the time this is what it feels to the president.