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Holocaust of WW II: Lets Never Forget Therlee Gipson

Holocaust of WW II: Lets Never Forget

Therlee Gipson

Published November 22nd 2013
ISBN : 9781494242893
Paperback
134 pages
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I, Therlee Gipson was touched and sadden to learn that six million Jews (and five million non-Jews) went to their deaths under the hands of the Nazi exterminators. This means that half of all the Jews in Europe and a third of all the Jewish people onMoreI, Therlee Gipson was touched and sadden to learn that six million Jews (and five million non-Jews) went to their deaths under the hands of the Nazi exterminators. This means that half of all the Jews in Europe and a third of all the Jewish people on Earth perished in the Holocaust. This historical lesson of mans inhumanity to man must never be forgotten and today, thanks to Holocaust museums in Cities around the World and movies like Schindlers List, the message is being kept alive. Auschwitz, the most infamous Death Camp, was liberated on January 27, 1945. The stories of that came forth from those who liberated the Camps were at first dismissed as too horrible to be true. But as each succeeding Camp was liberated, it became impossible to deny the reality of it all. To this day the World continues to ask, how could such things happen in modern times? Even more frightening is the realization that the same forces which gave rise to the Holocaust are operating in our World today, like racism. What was the overpowering idea that brought forth the paradigm that allowed Hitler and the Nazi Party to come into Power? Was it the anti-Semitism of the church or was it the ever growing idea of atheistic Naturalism? It has been asserted that the early church said the Jews may not live among them as Jews, that the Secular Society followed by saying the Jews could not live among them, and the Nazis ultimately said the Jews may not live. Is this a valid view of the progression of ideas that led to the Holocaust and, if so, how did this progression develop and what, if any, leaps of logic or inconsistencies took place during the process? Accounting for the Holocaust, deciphering and explaining the social and moral conditions that led up to it, has prompted all sorts of theories. It is more than an academic question for if the same conditions occur again will we be able to forestall another Holocaust? Also, how could one of the Worlds most advanced Nations become the seat of such cruelty and depravity? What ideas were in place in the German Culture that led to this tragedy? How did these ideas gain enough of a following among the European people to produce such a hideous atrocity? These are important questions. They deserve serious answers, and I will now attempt to shed some light on the issues. We all depend on each other. So, I want the United State and other Civilized Societies to focus on the madness thats going on in our major Cities as I compile this book. This can be solved if sensible people from all walks of life get together and fight this demon with knowledge and resistance. Lets not let history repeat itself. Therlee Gipson