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Concentration Camps during The Holocaust
A concentration camp is where prisoners of war, enemy aliens, and political prisoners are detained and confined, typically under harsh conditions, or place or situation characterized by extremely harsh conditions. The first concentration camps were established in 1933 for confinement of opponents of the Nazi Party. The supposed opposition soon included all Jews, Gypsies, and certain other groups. By 1939 there were six camps: Dachau, Sachsenhausen, Buchenwald, Mauthausen, Flossenburg, and Ravensbruck.
It all started in 1933 when Hitler came to power in Germany. Adolf Hitler was a very strong minded individual that liked everything to go his way
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1. Explain the origins and development of modern anti-Semitism
Throughout history the Jewish community has been subject to a violent history which can be traced as far back as their expulsion from Carthage in 250 C.E. For centuries, Jews have endured slavery, land confiscations, massacres, pogroms, blood baths, mass arrests, public torture, banishments, inquisition, slaughter, mass murders and finally, the Holocaust in the 20th century (Grossman, 2014). The Holocaust by far has been the most odious experience that the Jewish community has endured and yet there are many who deny it even took place.
The rise of anti-Semitism in early
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The Holocaust is a great tragedy that happened during World War II. One of the main concentration camps was Auschwitz this is the largest of the Nazi death camps, the camps address is Więźniów Oświęcimia 20, 32-603 Gmina Oświęcim, Poland. Auschwitz was located approximately 37 miles west of Krakow, near the prewar German-Polish border in Upper Silesia, it’s an area that Nazi Germany took control of, in 1939 after invading and conquering Poland. Of the camps of Auschwitz there were three camps. The first was just the main Auschwitz, the second was Auschwitz-Birkenau and the third was Auschwitz-Monowitz .In these camps they killed 1.1 million people and most of them were Jews. These camps
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Can you imagine having no rights to your own body? How about being cut open with no sedatives or freezing to death in a tank of ice water? Most of the Holocaust victims who were test subjects in the Nazi medical experiments endured those things. According to Baruch C. Cohen’s “The Ethics Of Using Medical Data From Nazi Experiments,” during the Nuremberg trials after World War II, twenty doctors were convicted and charged with “War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity...revealed evidence of sadistic human experiments conducted at the Dachau, Auschwitz, Buchenwald and Sachsenhausen concentration camps” (15). The Nuremberg trials brought fourth the attention to the ethics of the doctors while
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"Men to the left! Women to the right!" (page 27). At the time of WWII, the Holocaust involves the mass murder of millions of Jews. During this dark time, Jews are forced to work at harsh concentration camps and his chance of surviving the camps is very small. Elie Wiesel lives to tell his horrifying experiences during this time, meanwhile his faith, mankind, and his responsibility to his father struggles to thrive.
As time goes on during the Holocaust, Elie Wiesel witnesses more human beings diminishing by the day. This causes a mental pain, but he soon realizes that the death of humans is normal and it doesn’t affect him anymore. The death of the Pipel brings down Elie’s hope of
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"Night" by Elie Wiesel is a terrifying account of the Holocaust during World War II. Throughout this book we see a young Jewish boy's life turned upside down from his peaceful ways. The author explores how dangerous times break all social ties, leaving everyone to fight for themselves. He also shows how one's survival may be linked to faith and family.
The novel starts out in a small highly Jewish populated Hungarian town named Sighet. The people's lives and community somewhat revolve around each other and religion (Judaism). More importantly we see immense care and concern among the citizens; they all help one another and are true to their similar beliefs and values. Eliezer's life
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soldier will see events differently than a German soldier, etc.
HIS 308 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment Holocaust Presentation (UOP Course)
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Present presentation with 10 to 12 PowerPoint® slides on a piece of artwork or image from the 1930s or 1940s that illustrates the Holocaust.
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In 1942 there was seven gas chambers established. Each chamber 2,500 people were put in them but only 200 to 1,500 people.
Swastika is an ancient symbol that been used over 3,000 years used by many cultures (Hitler took it from Indian and turned it into something bad). The swastika used to represented life, sun, power, strength, & good luck. But now it means death & hate.
BORN: March 16th 1911
DIED: February 7th 1979
Dr. Mengele was called the “Angel of Death”. He determined who would be killed or who would be forced laborer (including children). He was in World War II
STARTED: January 30th 1933
ENDED: May 8th
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to turn him in. In another true story, a son of two Jewish people who lived and survived during the holocaust tells of what happened to his parents. Menachem Daum talks about how his mother lost her faith. Fela Nussbaum Daum tells her son how she had a strong faith in God as she was pulling into Auschwitz. She had arrived with her sister and an infant son. To save her life, she would have to give up her child instead of going into the gas chambers. Giving up her child made her lose her complete faith in humanity and she never recovered from that (Abernethy). Betty Gold, another survivor from the holocaust, who had watched her own cousin kill her child to keep the Nazi soldiers from finding
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Fascism in Germany
The Holocaust was the mass murder or genocide of Jewish people, homosexuals, gypsies, blacks, and other minority groups. When the Holocaust is brought up, the most common question I’ve heard is “how did the German people get away with this, and why did anyone support them?” By the time the holocaust took place, a precedent to anti-Semitism was already historically present. In the late 19th century and early 20th century there was a strong presence of social Darwinism and a eugenicist world view, which declared certain types of people to be biologically better than other inferior groups. After the great depression hit Germany, it led to the idea of euthanizing the
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those will also play a large part in my learning process throughout the class. The only other resource I use for historic research and evidence is interviews with those who have survived whichever war or event I’m looking up. A fresh perspective from someone who has lived through a war can sometimes make you see things much differently and open your mind up to different emotions and feelings. While I was in an advanced composition class I was told to pick any topic within the Holocaust to write a paper up to twelve pages. With almost unlimited resources and time it seems like it would be easy to write a paper. But when you’re doing a paper on heroes of the Holocaust it is difficult because
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Wiesel’s Changes of Faith
The Holocaust brought about many hardships and created severe adversity for its victims that may have created experiences ultimately too traumatic that transformed their lives for years to come, either through starvation and labor in the concentration camps or execution and incineration in the extermination camps. In the memoir Night by Elie Wiesel, Wiesel tells the story of himself as a young Jewish boy born in Romania, who in 1944, was forced into ghettos with the rest of the Jewish citizens and later deported, along with his father, to the Nazi’s largest killing center, Auschwitz-Birkenau. While living through this day-to-day horrifying basis, Elie begins to
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concurred "that Carrie Buck is the probable potential parent of socially inadequate offspring, likewise afflicted, that she may be sexually sterilized without detriment to her general health and that her welfare and that of society will be promoted by her sterilization" (unbelievable!)
The philosophical roots of the holocaust can be traced to American scientists because an author stated that eugenic policies should be used as a model for Germany to follow. The sterilization program of the Nazi state modeled after it was processed as a solution for the feebleminded. Hitler he charged the medical profession with the task of implementing a national program in race hygiene. The first key element was the enactment of a law permitting involuntary sterilization of feebleminded, mentally ill, epileptics, and alcoholics. Harry Laughlin's model sterilization law was closely modeled.
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. Individual Individual vs. Professional Societal vs. Professional Etc.
Must be discussed and lived in an organization Must reconcile individual, societal, and professional ethics Assumptions about ethical values of others allow for situations to overcome individual ethics.
The Milgram Experiment
Following WWII and the Holocaust, people were shocked that such genocide had occurred. They searched for an attribution. How could the Germans watch an entire religious group be persecuted and murdered?
The Milgram Experiment
Stanley Milgram, a psychologist at Yale University Holocaust caused by an authoritarian personality in Germany
Some people (Germans) were more likely to follow
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rapidly changing, the way one views a leader is changing as well. Several famous, well-known, individuals are thought of when one thinks of leadership. Oskar Schindler, a man who surrendered his reputation and money; who risked his own life in order to save lives of a people deemed his enemy is the perfect example of what an ethical leader is. A man, laden with faults and bad luck, rose above what was normal and did what was right.
Oskar Schindler, recognizing the undeniable and horrific intentions of the Nazi Party, rebelled against the appalling acts that the Nazis committed during the Holocaust of World War II. He donated his entire income to save as many Jews as he could, experiencing
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Holocaust and the only use of nuclear weapons in warfare, it is the deadliest conflict in human history, resulting in 50 million to over 70 million fatalities.
Although Japan was already at war with China in 1937, the world war is generally said to have begun on 1 September 1939, with the invasion of Poland by Germany, and subsequent declarations of war on Germany by France and most of the countries of the British Empire and Commonwealth. Germany set out to establish a large empire in Europe. From late 1939 to early 1941, in a series of campaigns and treaties, Germany conquered or subdued much of continental Europe; amid Nazi-Soviet agreements, the nominally neutral Soviet Union fully or
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that the bodies were those of victims murdered and tortured by the Nazis and possibly even victims of the Holocaust. The question is whether or not it is ethical to use such a book, knowing the likely possibility of whom the images were depicted after, because of the phenomenal work that it contains. Yes, it is indeed ethical because it is important to focus on the works of the man rather than the man behind the works. Pernkopf was very much an evil man, right in line with Hitler, but that does nothing to change the fact that the man was a genius when it came to illustrating the anatomy of the human body.
In situations like these it is crucial to remember that a person’s lifestyle and
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One Small Act by Jennifer Arnold
A wise man once said ‘’ Action and reaction, ebb and flow, trial and error, change - this is the rhythm of living. Out of our over-confidence, fear; out of our fear, clearer vision, and fresh hope. And out of hope, progress.’’ It tells the story of Chris Mburu, a child from Kenya, and how his life was changed by a woman named Hilde Beck. Hilde Beck is an 87 year old survivor of the holocaust her parents were killed in concentration camps and she left Germany to Sweden to have a better life. She became a teacher only making a little over minimum wage but yet still gave some money out of her own pockets to sponsor a child and that child’s name was Chris
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| * Abraham, first Patriarch of the Israelites, was ready to sacrifice his son Isaac at God’s demand. * God commanded Abraham to discontinue this sacrifice because he had proven his fear of God, and this took place just before the sacrifice. * King David * Fall of Jerusalem * Holocaust | * Birth of Jesus Christ * Jesus Christ, known to be the son of God and the savior of humanity, was viewed as a political threat to the Roman Empire. * Crucifixion of Jesus | * Muhammad is known as the prophet of God. He becomes The Prophet at age 40. * Abraham, Ismail, and Hagar built the Ka’bah, the holiest of temples, in Mecca. * Muhammad documented the words of
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sustainable world. The fact that he lost many of his family members in the Holocaust conveys his personal truth in why he pursued to resolve social conflict and study human behavior (Brunes and Cooke P. 23). He did so by promoting democracy amongst organizational leaders to maximize their resources to their greatest ability, thus bringing about change.
Upon reading this article my understanding was that there was a fundamental shift in the way we bring about change and development in an organization. That shift began with the contributions to OD founder Kurt Lewin in the 1930’s and the growth of T-groups (training groups) which carried out the tools and approaches to what later would become OD (Burnes & Cooke). The reflection that Lewin had to resolve social conflict resonates with me because of my core value to serve others. It’s the faint voice I search to realize as an individual within OD.
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terrible events of the Holocaust. There are so many common discriminations against Jews in our modern society. Some of these discriminations that Jews are currently faced with are rumors that Jews are cheap, greedy, or crooks. Some people believe that they are all rich or materialistic. Others believe that Jews control society such as media, banks, Hollywood, and the government. People who think lowly of Jews think that Jews view themselves as better than everyone else. Some Christian radicals even believe that the Jews are responsible for the death of Jesus.
Anti-Semitism can be sourced as far back as the First Crusade in 1096. Other instances include the massacres of the Spanish Jews in
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that they accomplish his purpose. If God did not have a purpose for actions that happen here on Earth then, for instance, the Holocaust of WW2 would have just been a mass genocide due to shear hatred of the Jewish people. However what I believe is that God was showing how even through times of persecution and condemnation by the evils in this world, that we as Christians “shall not fear evil as we walk through the valley of the shadow of death,” because God our Lord and our Savior will not forsake us if we truly believe in him.
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Zionist missiles into Lebanon,
Hezbollah blamed by Israel again
Hamas defense against occupation
Implicitly sanctioned by United Nations
Expansion in West Bank funded by the World Bank
Kids with no shoes throwing stones at the tanks
$30 billion from Obama through tax that you paid
Given to Israel in the next decade
Leaving the country is now deemed a crime
Crossing the road crosses enemy lines
Penning them in or forcing them out
Human rights law is something to flout
Gaza, a death zone, kids without homes
Crying for Daddy who will never come home.
Abused turned abuser, Zionists claim
That 'holocaust' only refers to their pain.
Recreating scenes from the Nazi Regime
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• Holocaust Encyclopedia: German Foreign Policy (n.d.). (2013, June 10). Retrieved September 30, 2013, from http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10005203
• IQ Defenders Feel Vindicated by Supreme Court (n.d.). (2002, June 24). Retrieved October 2, 2013, from http://www.isteve.com/2002_IQ_Supreme_Court_Death_Penalty.htm
• Do Your Genes Make You a Criminal? (1995, February 12). The Independent. Retrieved October 2, 2013, from http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/do-your-genes-make-you-a-criminal-1572714.html
• Family influences on Delinquency (n.d.). Retrieved October 3, 2013, from http://samples.jbpub.com/9780763760564/60564_CH10_Springer.pdf
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climate of world view in the wake of the Holocaust prompt supporters for apartheid to avoid (mostly) up-front genetic racism and make a case for separate advances, mainly on the idea of cultural rather than based on physical differences.
With the defeat of Nazi Germany and the reunion of the American South in the 1960s, as well as the creation of popular rule in South Africa suggested that organizations based on genetic racism or its social essential equal were a thing of the past. But racism does not need to be supported by the state or even the law. It doesn’t even have to have an ideology based on the notion of genetic inequality. Discrimination by establishments and persons against
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in which people are driven to do bad things by
the nature of what’s around them.” (Cruz-Cruz & Frey, n.d)
The important revelation here is that Zimbardo asserts that instead of taking the common
perspective of “bad apples” or “bad barrel”1, efforts should be focused on examining the system
in which the situation occurred, what he terms as “bad barrel makers”. Citing examples of
genocides like the holocaust and the abuse that took place in Abu Ghraib prison, he finds it
hard to accept that all the people involved were already “bad apples” themselves. Drawing
common points between the prior experiment and the historical events listed earlier, Zimbardo
1 Refers to the approach of
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also see an example of this through Offred and her relationship with Nick. Even though it was far less freedom than she endured in her former life, this secret relationship with Nick allowed her to hold on to a tiny piece of her former life, and for that she was happy. Women known as “Aunts” also accept oppression easily because they are grateful to be given more power than the average women. The same goes for Hitlers rule, because even though Jews were losing their jobs and houses, they were grateful to not lose their families. Both societies show us that through the tools of language and manipulation used by the government, it is easy to force oppression on to the people.
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transgenders, they may be a good asset to the company. They may be hardworking and diligent. Everyone should be treated the same while on the job. Equal treatment does not mean special treatment for anyone. No one should harass someone that they think is gay even if the person is not open about it.
Discrimination has been around since the beginning of times from early slavery, to the holocaust to segregation. Although we have laws to protect people from discrimination, they are not being taken seriously sometimes. Everyone is created equal whether they be black, white, green, man, woman, short, tall, thin, or plump. Being prejudice will not help or economy and will not make the workplace better
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rose from a $42 billion in 1940 to a whooping $269 billion in 1946. The economic improvement was a time of opportunity for millions of Americans. Jobs abounded and there was money to spend again. Women and men found joy in working and farmers prospered with the increase of crops meant the increase of income. Increase of money meant that the world was healthier and people were enjoying life. American took into consideration of the debt and created a game plan that would help lower the debt, sad to say we are still paying of debts from the war and may never get paid off entirely. As far as the war having a global impact there were war crimes trials, those who had to do with the Holocaust
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places and created the Peoples Temple in 1955 (The Jonestown Mass Suicide, 2008). Jim Jones had a son named Stephan who was born in 1959, and then he continued adopted an African American children, who were one of the most important things of his plan, it was “Multiracial rainbow family” (1970s, t. e., & Christianity, J. b, n.d.). Three years after, he had an idea to destroy people from Midwest of America by using of a holocaust nuclear, after that, he moved his family to Brazil in South America for two years. When Jim Jones moved back to America, he also moved his People Temples to Redwood Valley in California. In San Francisco, the people Temple expanded in wider with over 20 thousand members
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Title : The Diary of a Young Girl
Author: Anne Frank
* Annelies "Anne" Marie Frank (12 June 1929 – early March 1945) was one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust. Her diary has been the basis for several plays and films. Born in the city of Frankfurt am Main in Weimar Germany, she lived most of her life in or near Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. Born a German national, Frank lost her citizenship in 1941 when Nazi Germany passed the anti-Semitic Nuremberg Laws. She gained international fame posthumously after her diary was published. It documents her experiences hiding during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II.
The Frank family
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person to decide how much beneficence they have or how one will actively promote the end of others. There is a wide range of possibilities to fill our imperfect duties to others. However, in the end, people all pursue certain objectives and what makes it possible for people to achieve them is the implicit will that others assist them in reaching these objectives.
As a leader and a follower, Adolf Eichmann played a key role in the Holocaust. He participated in the transportation of people to the death camps, the Jewish emigration from Germany, and many crimes against humanity. Even though Eichmann technically did not commit any murders, he was aware of the intended death of the Jews he
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had died of cancer due to smoking. He said, “I'm a dying proof that smoking kills.”
The smoking phenomenon is a holocaust of the first magnitude, almost double the deaths brought by World War II. Millions are suffering, millions of ruined lives. They kill 10,000 people every day. “So far, the tobacco industry has killed 90 million people worldwide.”(R.Peto). This statement made me think of what more deadly risks would smoking can still give on the future.
To have additional information, I visited sites that give information regarding secondhand smoking. On National Cancer Institute, they provided me definition of the term secondhand smoking. Gmanewsonline brought up
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family went through, her feelings of being in hiding, and also her family connections. In 1944, her family was betrayed and resulted in their deportation to the Nazi concentration camps. Anne died while being held captive from typhus about two weeks before the camps were liberated by British troops. The diary was originally written in Dutch and was translated into English. This book could be used to connect to students lives, culture and similar interests. Students could read The Diary of a Young Girl in their English class and/or their Foreign Language class, such as German. This book could be used as a discussion about the Holocaust. While reading the diary posts, students could
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-alignment is concerned with the maintenance of peace in the world. This is but natural in a world where nuclear holocaust can destroy the whole of the world within no time. Moreover, the non aligned countries are against the use of force in settling international disputes.
They are of the view that war instead of solving problems, tends to aggravate them. Their concern for peace so much over-shadows other things that at times they do not bother for their own national interest. Peace is considered necessary for the eradication of poverty and squalor from the world.
5. Seeking Economic Assistance:
All the new nations that joined non-aligned movement were under-developed. Their primary job
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their response to Seligman & Csikszentmihalyi (2000), Bohart and Greening (2001) note that along with pieces on self-actualization and individual fulfillment, humanistic psychologists have also published papers on a wide range of social issues and topics, such as the promotion of international peace and understanding, awareness of the holocaust, the reduction of violence, and the promotion of social welfare and justice for all.
Criticisms that humanistic psychology lacks an “empirical base” have tended to rely on allegedly "restricted views" of what constitutes “empirical,” an uncritical adoption of natural science methods (as opposed to human science methods), and an outright neglect
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borderline personality disorder brought on by “Islamic child rearing practices.”15 Thus, suicide bombers are presented as terminal cases of a general Muslim malady. The image of “the crazy terrorist” does not so much describe an individual as degrade an entire society—native culture as a patient in need of Western medicine.
Such narratives complement the clash of civilizations theory, which tells a story of fundamentally incompatible and geographically bounded ideals. The West is defined in terms of its most “agreeable” principles—Enlightenment rationalism, individualism, democracy, tolerance (all without reference to pogroms or the Holocaust)—while the non-West is depicted as emotional
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partner channel system as it is the most successful distribution system and adding some more innovation to it will help in generating more revenues.
* Levin, Amanda. "Holocaust insurance issue gains momentum". National Underwriter 103, no.3(January 18. 1999).
* Choksi A. C, Joshi R. C., Gami N. D, Saraiya Y. V, “Insurance – Principles and Practice”, Popular Prakashan, Surat (1994-95).
* Bihari, S.C., Boral, S.K., “Insurance Management in the Reforms Era”, Skylark Publishers, New Delhi (2007).
* Mishra, M. N., “Insurance Principles and Practice”, Sultanchand and Company Limited, New Delhi (1993)
* Sharma, K.C., “Life Insurance
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patakaran ni Hitler na tinawag na Final Solution of the Jewish Question – ang lubusang pagpuksa sa mga Hudyo sa Europa.
Sa ilang lugar na inokupa ng mga Nazi ang lahat ng pamayanang Hudyo ay binaon sa isang malaking hukay. Sa Babi Yar sa Ukraine 33,000 Hudyo mula sa Kiev ang pinatay sa loob lamang ng dalawang araw. Ang maramihang pagpatay sa mga hudyo sa pamamagitan ng pagbaril ay lubhang mabagal at ginawa sa harap ng publiko. Nagtayo ang mga Nazi ng malalaking kampo na pinaglalagyan sa mga hudyo bago patayin ang mga ito. Naging bantog ang mga kampo ng Auschwitz, Maidanek at Treblinka sa Poland. Ang ibang kampo ay nasa Germany.
Humigit kumulang sa anim na milyong mga hudyo ang namatay
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Throughout all texts, the personality and development of the characters is an art created by the author. How the reader perceives the characters plays a large role in the readers understanding and connection to the text. In Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen’s development of many characters draws certain emotions from the reader. The personalities of many characters in Pride and Prejudice become infuriating and bothersome as the novel progresses. Austen’s creation of ridiculous and exaggerated characters such as Mrs. Bennet, Mr. Collins, Miss Bingley, and Lady Catherine create negative reader bias towards the characters and their actions in the novel.
The ridiculous behavior of Mrs. Bennet
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Role of Sports in Society
A. Description of the issue
The role of sport in society has been debated for many decades. Sport is a part of society as both an educational fixture and an entertainment enterprise. Sport forms part of human and social development; it can contribute to social cohesion, tolerance and integration and is an effective channel for physical and socio-economic development. As a universal language, sport can be a powerful medium for social and economic change: it can be utilized to bridge cultural gaps, resolve conflict and educate people in ways that very few activities can. The goal of the Sports Council is to examine the proposition that sport can be a powerful agent
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Business globalisation is forming new demands for individuals, organisations and countries to work together in many different ways. A team that is multi-cultural has the capability to bring individuals together with an extensive range of ideas and experiences. In the recent years, there has been a tendency of multi-cultural teams becoming very common. This is because cross border mobility has become much easier and the number of people travelling from one nation to another has grown significantly (Aswathppa, 2010). This has also resulted in the intermarrying of people from different ethnic backgrounds and cultures. Although having multicultural
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Database-management system (DBMS) is a collection of interrelated data and a
set of programs to access those data. The collection of data, usually referred to as the database, contains information relevant to an enterprise. The primary goal of a DBMS is to provide a way to store and retrieve database information that is both convenient and efficient.
Database systems are designed to manage large bodies of information. Management of data involves both defining structures for storage of information and providing mechanisms for the manipulation of information. In addition, the database system must ensure the safety of the information stored, despite system
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Over the Years…
Work with Jason/Scott/Phil’s Customers
Enter customer orders
Enter Purchase orders
Send order acknowledgements
Enter new customer info into FACTS
Enter new vendors info into FACTS
**Collect Customer Credit Info
Track release information for Logistics
Process incoming check
Answer phones/ Direct calls
Request/Send Certificates of Insurance
**Gather Vendor Information
Open/ Sort Mail
Track and order office supplies & other needs
Set up Quick Delivery
Set up Fed Ex Deliveries
Work closely w/ Jason/Scott/Phil (Mike J’s
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Third Party Relationship Party
Vendor/third party relationships are an important part of ___FCU’s core purpose. It is necessary and prudent that ___FCU establish and manage these types of relationships in order to strategically provide services and products we could not provide on our own. This policy will provide reasonable assurance that management is appropriately managing contracted critical vendor relationships for a maximum benefit with the least amount of risk.
Senior management must ensure that all risks have been taken into consideration along with the benefits to the CU and its members, and that the risks and returns are acceptable. Careful consideration must be given to
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When companies begin they develop a business plan that details what they intend to specialize in. For some, once they have reached a goal in one market they make decisions to venture out into other markets. In the world of business, that venturing out is called diversifying the company. According to Merriam-Webster’s online dictionary, to diversify is “to increase the variety of the products of; or to engage in varied operations.” (Merriam-Webster, 2012) In a business, when you produce a variety of goods or invest in different markets it is a strategy that provides a back-up in the event that one good or investment goes south. Diversification
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What is Honor?
My understanding of the term honor.
Honor is defined as a source of credit or distinction, and is associated with reverence, dignity, reputation, good name and a good sense of what is morally correct. The key part to honor is having respect for others and for you; the two must act together because without both, there is nothing. I strongly believe that reputation is hard to gain and easily lost. Think about this, every day thousands of planes fly somewhere and there is never any news about a successful landing, but if any of those flights crash, it is all over the news. This fact tells me that in order to keep one’s honor, one must maintain a set standard of excellence. It
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Fall Semester 2011
In the movie The Missing a woman named Maggie and her two daughters Lilly and Dot live on a plot of land, that they farm in New Mexico in 1885. Maggie is a doctor and lives with her boyfriend who helps run the farm. A stranger visits to seek treatment for a wound and it is Maggie’s estranged father. Her father left her family when she was young to be with the Indians. Maggie does not like her father and eventually makes him leave. Her eldest daughter Lilly, Dot and Maggie’s boyfriend head out on a trip the next day with the cattle. The following morning Maggie is alarmed when they do not return and sets out to find them. She discovers that
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Understanding the Dilemma
Ethical Decision Making
Understanding ethics and utilizing ethical business practices are key to the success in modern business. Traditional business organizations must take into consideration many more aspects of business today, than in the past when the focus was primarily on profits and making money for the shareholders. These ethical principles also influence non-profit and government organizations as well, taking into account the same ethical considerations that for profit organizations deal with. The modern concept of ethical organizations takes into account many issues, some of which include:
• corporate social responsibility
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Title of Paper
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following on the title page instead:
title, author’s name, and institution name)
Title of Paper
The U.S Economic forecast is very helpful because it helps to provide the world’s leading organizations with knowledge it needs. The source is useful because there is information that is provided from businesses all over the world as far as economics and corporate leadership. Also the the website provides critical information and challenges that the world faces including annual reports, value creation, high performing organizations and human capital. The source gives helpful