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is It Our Differences or Our Similarities That Matter Most? DiscussionIn this discussion, you will discuss issues of the Holocaust and about our differences and similarities. Refer to the texts in this section, other texts you have read, and your personal experience and knowledge to support your ideas. Begin your discussion by addressing the following questions:

• What differences became matters of life and death during the Holocaust?

• Do differences between people necessarily lead to conflict?

• How can the Holocaust help us find similarities that go beyond race, culture, nationality, and so on?

• Why is it important to remember what was done in the name of difference and similarity during the Holocaust?

• What reasons might people have to forget such issues? What reasons might they have to remember?


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1)The Holocaust was a time where racial tension was at its worst. During this time Jews and other groups in Germany where looked down apon. They were looked down apon so much that the Nazis tortured them and harassed them and put them in death camps. The Nazis thought that there differences made them better and the Nazis were the main cause for all this. The differences between these two also lead to great destruction for the Jews and eventually lead to a World War. The effects of the Holocaust reminds us that all people were created equal and so they should be treated that way. People will forget this issue because they have their own lives but when an issue comes up about racial activity then the Holocaust will be put back into memory.

2)-What differences became matters of life and death during the Holocaust?
The Germans, and the Jews
-Do differences between people necessarily lead to conflict?
Not all differences lead to conflict, but sometimes someone doesn't agree with someone elses choice or differences, so it leads to conflict.
-What reasons might people have to forget such issues? What reasons might they have to remember?
They might have had family that died in the holocaust and they want to forget that it ever happened so they push it to the back of their minds. They might want to remember the issues because they feel that it would be respectful to remember.
-How can the Holocaust help us find similarities that go beyond race, culture, nationality, and so on?
The way Anne Frank and the people that lived in the attic treated each other could be an example of how some people treat others.
-Why is it important to remember what was done in the name of difference and similarity during the Holocaust?
Because you don’t want to say something happened that didn’t really happen, or mix something up.



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