Weekly Reflection, 4/20

What was the most interesting thing you learned from your studies this week?
The most interesting thing I learned this week is how during the Holocaust, the Nazis systematically executed more than 6 million Jews and 5 million other “non-Aryans.”

How might you apply something you learned this week to your life today?
I’ve realized that since the atrocities of the Holocaust, many agencies have been formed to publicize human rights and continue to remain powerful forces in today’s world.

What would you like to learn more about? Why might you research more on your own?

I’d like to learn more about the life of the Jews in the concentration camps in Germany during the Holocaust, and how the very few managed to hang on to life and survive.

Write one detailed question about something you have studied this week that you would like an answer to:

How did concentration camp doctors and gaurds justify themselves to the death and suffering they caused other human beings?


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