Holocaust Essay Topics

Holocaust & The Japanese-American Internment

Humanity. It is disconcerting to think about what we the humans have done to our own race. All because we believe in trying to find a difference such as our ethnicity, intellect, or looks to try to find how we are better than some. Hitler did this to the Jews as he wanted the world… View Article

The Fiftieth Gate and The Pianist

Memory helps form the basis of history, whereas history can be used to clarify fragmented memories. For a true understanding of the past there has to be a balance between documented evidence and personal experiences and memories. In Mark Baker’s nonfiction biography ‘The Fiftieth Gate’ (1997), and Roman Polanski’s film ‘The Pianist’ (2002) have both… View Article

A Teacher’s Guide to the Holocaust

What comes into your mind when you hear the word holocaust? What would be the most powerful deterrent against another holocaust? Will keeping the memory of a holocaust prevent it from happening again? Holocaust refers to the great destruction of humans made by other humans that result in extensive loss of life. In holocaust, there… View Article

Causes of the Holocaust

The Holocaust was a very horrific time for the Jewish people of Europe and the world. Adolf Hitler, dictator of Germany at the time of the Holocaust and World War II, started the Holocaust which killed over 10 million people, including almost 6 million Jews. Adolf Hitler was very anti-Semitic, but Hitler alone could not… View Article

Night Study Guide

Wiesel reports that after Buchenwald was liberated, the prisoners had no thoughts of revenge. Is this surprising? The prisoners’ lack of will for revenge is in no way surprising. The Jews held in the concentration camps had little will to survive after liberation, let alone seek retaliation. The entire point of the concentration camps themselves… View Article

Pyramid of Hate – Holocaust

Adolf Hitler used the Jews as a scapegoat, blaming them for Germany’s economic and social problems. His Nazi party promised to resolve these issues, and in 1932 won most of the vote. Many members of the German public were bystanders and did nothing to condemn the Nazi Anti-Semitic policies. This may have been due to… View Article

Greek Jews During the Holocaust

Jews have arrived and settled in Greece even prior to the destruction of the second temple in Jerusalem in 70 AD. Archaeological evidences reveal the existence of synagogues in places such as Sparta, Samos, and Crete. But intense Jewish immigration to Greece can be attributed to the different pogroms that occurred across Europe. Jews evicted… View Article

German-Jews and the Holocaust

Prior to the era of Second World War in 1930s, community of Jews had already established their society within the German realm. For last 1600 years of German-Jewish relations, German Jews were first to experience the dramatic persecutions inflicted by the German society. b. Overview German-Jews, despite of their German blood, did not experience any… View Article

Jewish resistance through music during the holocaust

The Holocaust refers to the grim period of human history when about six million Jews and millions of other groups such as Soviets, Romani, and Poles in Europe were murdered systematically by Nazi Germans. The genocide was Germany’s “final solution” to the Jewish question which is what to do with the race of people who… View Article

Schindlers List Questions/Essay

1) I believe the author; Steven Spielberg, intended to send a message concerning the human rights all humans have, and attempt to further enhance our understanding of the justice system, and its importance. With the amount of discriminations going on in the past few hundred years, I believe the message was to better inform the… View Article

Holocaust Reflection

Millions of innocent human beings were treated worse than dirt throughout the holocaust. Numerous adults and children experienced events in their lives that made their life seem like a nightmare, due to them being Jewish. Crowds of eyes watched the horror that occurred in front of them, bearing witness of the genocide. They were seeing… View Article

Reinhard Heydrich

When we remember or hear of the holocaust, the common names that follow , Anne Frank, Oscar Shinler, Hitler and so on, but has anyone hare Hitlereard of Reinhard Heitritch? Reinhard Heitritch is a man who played a very large role in the developement of the holocaust, he was the achitect who implemented the solution… View Article


Art: a true Holocaust survivor. Though he was born in Sweden after the war and did not experience the Holocaust personally, his life is deeply affected by the event, both directly and indirectly. To begin with, Art is troubled by nightmares and fears of the Holocaust, as he fantasizes when he was a child about… View Article

Experience of the holocaust?

Of all the debates concerning the holocaust, the most inflammatory question is whether gender mattered. Some writers like Roth have argued that the history of the holocaust is not complete without the inclusion of women as victims, perpetrators, bystanders and resisters. The holocaust was an intended total destruction of the Jewish people and the actual… View Article

The Holocaust

The Holocaust was the single most tragic event to have ever occurred in world history. My visit to the Holocaust Museum was both educational and heart wrenching. Books and movies depicting the atrocities of the Holocaust have always moved me, but my visit to the Museum was the first time I had ever felt completely… View Article


Holocaust refers to the genocide of approximately 6million Jews during the World War II (www. erchufschmid. net/Holocausts. html-holocausts). This program was executed by the National Socialist regime in Germany, which was led by Adolf Hitler . It was deliberate extermination of the Jews. There were also, other groups of people who were persecuted together with… View Article

The Holocaust Targeted the Jewish Community

The history of the Second World War offers no small share of tragic stories, but perhaps no event, or more accurately: series of events, during the course of the war, provokes such continued outrage and bewilderment as the Holocaust: the systemic murder of millions of Jews which was undertaken by the beureuacratic civilian and military… View Article

What is Holocaust Revisionism

The term “holocaust denier” is applied to those who prefer the terms “revisionism” or “revisionist. ” Holocaust historians avoid using it to describe themselves and revise the aspects of the Holocaust. Holocaust historians in the revisionism belief that in Germany there was a breakout of typhus carried by lice and other diseases that spread throughout… View Article

Holocaust Remembrance

“Never again” was the cry after the world fully learned of the Holocaust that claimed six million Jews during Hitler’s systematic campaign of their annihilation to give way to the Aryan race. This was even the essence of the 1948 Convention Against Genocide, the international law that “obliges contracting parties to prevent and punish the… View Article

Holocaust Post to World War II

Let us begin by quoting the superb words of Elie Wiesel (1995), the Nobel laureate for peace in 1986 and Holocaust survivor: “For the survivor who chooses to testify, it is clear: his duty is to bear witness for the dead and the living. He has no right to deprive future generations of a past… View Article


What took place in Germany more than 50 years ago that made Holocaust perpetually imprinted in the history of man? What made an entire country support and commit planned, strategic, and state-sponsored acts of genocide during this time? The extermination of approximately six million Jews during the time of Hitler happened more than half a… View Article

Holocaust Analysis

Holocaust is a name that makes history followers to shiver, with a cold sensation running through their spiral cords. It is a nine-lettered world, yes, but with a lot of weight to generations of mid-1930s and also it is a name that will not soon escape the memories of many people. It is a name… View Article

United States Holocaust Museum Activity 2: Mortiz Schoenberger

Born in Sarver Hungary in 1887, the trail of Moritz Schoenberger’s flight picks up when he arrives in France via Belgium as a refugee. Imprisoned at the camp de Gurs camp in 1939, Mr. Schoenberger applied for a visa from the American consulate. After 2 years of waiting, a conditional visa was approved by the… View Article

What Was a Day in the Life of a Prisoner Like

The Holocaust, the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators, depicts a series of tragic events. One may ask how was each prisoner treated upon arrival? The horrors that come to mind are endless, and the pain each prisoner must have gone through is… View Article

The Holocaust

The Holocaust was one of the biggest historical events that took place in the 20th century. It was the time when innocent civilians were no longer in control of their own lives but by the hands of one man, Adolf Hitler. His “supremacist and racially motivated policies” were responsible for taking the lives of around… View Article

The hardships the Jews faced during the Holocaust

The lives of the Jews in Germany were punctuated by long periods of suffering and many problems. The Jews went through a lot of hardships such as; going through hard labor, loss of family union due to separation, torture and their freedom was also suppressed. Introduction Holocaust was a serious happening ever witnessed and it… View Article

Proof of Man’s Inhumanity

Past studies about the Holocaust reveal the motivation behind Adolf Hitler’s annihilation of the Jews and other races. He believed that “they were responsible for Marxism, democracy, the outbreak of World War I, and Germany’s collapse in 1918, as well as being the invisible hand behind the Weimar republic” (Fischel 4). He was fed up… View Article