Assignment 5.04 My name is Michael and I lived in Berlin, Germany with my mother and father until Hitler’s propaganda for anti-Semitism rose with military power throughout Europe. Two months before German soldiers forced us into ghettos, I was living a normal life as a boy in middle school. In the beginning of school, there was a new rule that all Jews must sit in the back of the classroom then the segregation and anger towards Jewish people escalated. Jews were no longer allowed to ride the bus to school, eat in the cafeteria and whenever a Jew was spotted, they would be beaten up by angry Germans. People who thought Jewish people as immoral and dishonest people truly believed that Jews were the cause for Germany’s defeat in World War I. To help Germany’s psychological and economic effects of their defeat, many accepted Hitler’s propaganda that the Jews had “stabbed Germany in the back.” He viewed Germans as the “Aryan” race, “the highest species of humanity on earth” in his best seller, Mein Kampf, and soon ruled the country as a fascist police state to call for Jewish removal from Germany. Once Hitler gained power, he banned the Jewish people from government service and ordered Germans to boycott Jewish-owned businesses. We were driven from professions such as law, medicine and the arts, forbidden from relations between Jews and other Germans and stripped of our German citizenship. We thought if we respect these laws we would be protect from harm, but the situation only worsened. On November 9, 1938, there was a planned night of violence called Kristallnacht in which mobs destroyed 7,000 Jewish-owned businesses, homes, schools, hospitals and burned more than one thousand synagogues. My family’s book store was burned to the ground then my friends and family was arrested. We were sent to camps and my family was sent to Dachau concentration camp. German soldiers forced thousands of people to stripped naked and split families away from each other. I lost my mother and father in the sea of screams and panicked people. Everyone had to work with barely any food to eat and sleep in overcrowded wooden bunkers or those refuses were shot or tortured to death. People got sick easily and I’m so skinny my ribs poke out of my skin. I was forbidden go to school or public places. I’ve heard
History Lessons Response Assignment
10% of the course grade (50 points)
In a typed, at least five paragraph (about two pages) response, students will analyze secondary sources to consider the representation of US history both within the US and throughout the world; primary sources will supplement the examination of these portrayals.
Students should base their analysis on the following two points:
1) Compare/contrast the representation of US history in the History Lessons excerpts alongside…
Reason William Lou 1-5
In what ways do historians use reason as a tool in their search for historical knowledge?
Reasoning is the main tool when it comes to history. As history is knowledge shared by the world, and is only considered as history once it has been proved through solid evidence and reasoning. For example as the article mentioned, the terracotta warriors represents the number of guards…
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Write an 800-1,000-word essay on your personal worldview. Briefly discuss the various possible meanings of the term “spirituality,” and your understanding of the concepts of pluralism, scientism, and postmodernism. Primarily, address the following seven basic worldview questions:
1. What is prime reality?
2. What is the nature of the world around us?
3. What is a human being?
4. What happens to a person at death?
5. Why is it…
Course: US History from 1877 to the Present
Designated Six Weeks: 5th Six Weeks
Unit: 7 Cold War Part 2, pages 1 to 3
Unit: 8 Civil Rights, pages 4 to 15
Unit: 9 Culture of the 50s & 60s, Part 1, pages 16 to 23
Days to teach: Unit 7 part 5 days
Unit 8--12 days
Unit 9—12 days
Guiding Questions & Specificity
(8) History. The student understands the impact of significant national and international decisions and conflicts in…
There has been many great changes in history. These changes are due to many things such as
specific events, the geography of the nation, and people. Especially people. Individuals are usually the
main factors of change. 2 people who have made a huge change in history are Hitler, the leader of the
Nazi party and dictator of Nazi Germany from 1934 to 1945, and Joseph Stalin, the leader of the
Soviet Union. These 2 people have changed history forever due to their actions and dreams…
everyone walked down the street the cops’ were carefully watching over us. I started to feel over whelmed and emotional, people were uniting for a cause to change the future, as the march progressed I started to join in with the chanting. “BANKS GOT BAIL OUT, WE GOT SOLD OUT!”, “SHOW ME WHAT DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE, THIS IS WHAT DEMOCRACY LOOKS LIKE!” Half way we met up with a huge crowd that was at city hall, waiting to welcome us, we stood outside, chanting at the top of our lungs, people dancing, drums…
jails as it applies to corrections? How can we improve the role of jails within the correctional system?
DQ 2: What is the history of state and federal prisons? What are the security levels in state and federal prisons? How do these differ? How can we improve the security at the state and federal prison levels?
Law - General Law
CJA 234 Week 1 Individual Purpose and History Paper
CJA 234 Week 2 Individual Jail and Prisons Comparison Paper
CJA 234 Week 3 Learning Team Correctional…
country town. During my time there, the subject History was always very prominent, not deemed as important as Mathematics, English, and Science but at the very least from years 7-10 it was a compulsory subject. Students during those 7-10 years, including myself, showed very little interest in the subject – it was seen almost as another subject on the timetable. At the time it was hard to understand why the older students from higher grades loved history, personally I found the topics that were picked…
AP® United States History
2004 Free-Response Questions
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