English I, period 1
26 January 2015 John Boyne’s influence on literature throughout the holocaust
Throughout the holocaust there are many tragedies that cause war. Though john Boyne demonstrates in his book how innocence between two boys shows that hatred and prejudice are learned behaviors. John Boyne’s, The Boy in the striped pajamas is set during the holocaust using innocence, friendship and human nature, while using the inherent of evil to set a poignant tone between the two boys. Boyne's novel gives a voice to the victims, especially the millions of innocent children who perished at the hands of the Nazis.
John Boyne’s story the boy in the striped pajamas, tells the tale of an incredible friendship between two eight year old boys during the holocaust. One of the boys is Bruno, who is the son of a German commander who’s in charge of Auschwitz camp. Throughout the story their forbidden friendship grows in secret, breaking all racial boundaries of that time. During the World War II (1939-45) it was said that an average of 6 million Jews in Europe were murdered. The effort Hitler and his army took to eradicate the Jewish population from existence."Holocaust." (The New Book of Knowledge.)
When you think of the holocaust, what do you think about? Is it the millions of Jews lives that were taken? Or is it a great, but wicked speaker named Adolph Hitler? Adolph Hitler, Auschwitz. The Holocausts was a time period of death and racism, it involves the power and powerless. With friend, families, and communities that were separated and killed. Some Jews made it but many died. Democracy in the Weimar Republic, they argued, was a form of governance that had been imposed on Germany and was unsuited to the German nature and way of life. A significant number Germans Might not yield their country’s thrashing for globe War I, contending that “Back stabbing” Also shortcoming in the back required deadened and, eventually, brought on the front with breakdown. Hitler and the Nazi party rose to force because of the social Furthermore political condition that portrayed those interwar period in Germany. (Hitler’s Willing Executioners: Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust.1996.) Hitler had a very strong prejudice against the Jews. He wanted to create the perfect race of blonde haired blue eyed Germans. His followers, who were the soldiers in the camps, were called Nazis. They enforced all killing that Hitler wanted done.
The people that were living