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The Extermination of the Jews- The first 13 of the 18 documents collectively called The Extermination of the Jews were not in any way new stories to me In fact I came into this book with the same attitude that I usually do when faced with Holocaust stories that of Yes it was horrible but I know all about it already This reading isnt going to do anything to my attitude I as I always am in thinking such a thought was wrong No matter how much you know no matter how many Holocaust survivors speak to you no matter how much you read about it no matter how much the atrocities are ingrained into you mind you can never be immune You are always horrified by this extermination and every time that you read about any incident you are more disgusted than the last You are always reminded that these people that were being slaughtered like animals were not much different than yourself or anybody that you know It does not matter whether you are Jewish Christian Muslim or any other religion you have to sympathize with these people because they are people Despite whatever the Nazis tried to make them into one can easily see that is was not the Jews who were sub-human but the vicious blood-thirsty Nazi murderers who were the animals Many of these readings reminded me of the question Where were the people Where were those who said NO This is wrong Why would no one stand up to such an obvious wrong The ninth document shows how the Nazis eliminated Jews rights It amazes me that there werent more non-Jews who would speak out against these ridiculous arbitrary laws Can fear truly silence a person to the point of
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