Did Spielberg and “Schindler’s List” have a historical obligation to show the horrific experiences of European Jews during the Holocaust? (Highlight two to three specific examples from the film that demonstrate the larger historical purpose of those scenes.) What is the most important reason that the historical events described in the lecture led to the […]
Humanities 1. According to the document Memoirs of the Holocaust, by survivors Sam Bankhakter and Hinda Kibort, what role did the ghettos play in the Final Solution and what do the their accounts of the Holocaust reveal about conditions in the camps and the inmates’ strategies for survival? 2. According to the Formation of the […]
Discuss How the holocaust was slowly implemented and twisted to be a good thing to the Germans at the time.
Explain that the Holocaust is the worst event of the 21st century.
Second World War How was the Holocaust remembered across Europe after the Second World War?. 100 words written on each source.
Art Spiegelman’s graphic novel details his parents’ experiences in Nazi camps during the holocaust. At least five sentences, and a personal opinion about the Tennessee school board voting to ban this graphic novel from 8th grade
Students take two open-note exams, a midterm and a final . The exams will be open consist of ten identifications that students choose from a list of fifteen drawn from the course modules on Canvas. Students should prepare notes on the identifications each week in order to prepare for the exams. Students will have 50 […]
Compared with other factors, how important was the Holocaust in the establishment of Israel in 1948?
The Holocaust) Write a paper on what you learned about peoples’ experiences and intentions during the Holocaust: What were the Nazis thinking of when they made these decisions? What were the otherwise good people of Germany thinking when they allowed it to go on? What were the victims of this genocide thinking and feeling as […]
In Fail safe, what is the strategic planners’ emphasis in designing the nuclear response system and its procedures? Is it generally defensive or offensive in its posture? Which inclination has been more thoroughly thought out? The will to attack or the inclination towards avoiding participation in nuclear holocaust?