Rašiniai

The Holocaust

9.2   (2 atsiliepimai)
The Holocaust 1 puslapis
The Holocaust 2 puslapis
The Holocaust 3 puslapis
The Holocaust 4 puslapis
The Holocaust 5 puslapis
The Holocaust 6 puslapis
The Holocaust 7 puslapis
The Holocaust 8 puslapis
The Holocaust 9 puslapis
The Holocaust 10 puslapis
The Holocaust 11 puslapis
www.nemoku.lt
www.nemoku.lt
Aukščiau pateiktos peržiūros nuotraukos yra sumažintos kokybės. Norėdami matyti visą darbą, spustelkite peržiūrėti darbą.
Ištrauka

The world was a witness to the holocaust that plagued mankind specifically the Jewish population during the World War II. Words are not enough to describe the terrors and horrors that filled the air during its reign because from the term itself, a certain feeling of fear and discomfort can be felt. Holocaust is a term derived from the Greek word holokauston, which means “completely (holos) burnt (kauston)” sacrificial offering to the God. It is also known as Ha-Shoah in Hebrew, it is a biblical term Shoa or Shoah referring to “calamity” (Encyclopaedia Britannica, 2007). Since the late 19th century, “holocaust” has been primarily used to refer to disasters or catastrophes. The Oxford English Dictionary claimed that the word was first used to describe Hitler’s treatment of the Jews since the 1940s, though it did not become a standard reference until the 1950s. However, on the late 1970s, the conventional meaning of the word became Nazi genocide, which is referred to specifically as the unprecedented destruction of European Jews in particular.
“Where books are burned, in the end people will be burned,” was unintentionally said by Heinrich Heine who is a German poet of Jewish origin. For on the night of May 10, 1933, which also marked the 100th day of Adolf Hitler as chancellor of Germany, more than 20,000 books were burned in the Opernplatz or the Opera House Square that is opposite the Humboldt University in Berlin (Vashem, 2005). Nazi students together with their professors marched the town with torches, books written by famous Jewish intellectuals like Albert Einstein, Sigmund Freud and Heinrich Heine were set on fire. Enthusiastic crowds participated in the destruction, which was launched by torchlight parades and accented speeches that proclaimed the death of “Jewish intellectualism.” Although the anti-Semitism in Germany already ran for several...

Daugiau informacijos...

Šį darbą sudaro 3409 žodžiai, tikrai rasi tai, ko ieškai!

Detali informacija
Darbo tipas
Lygis
Universitetinis
Failo tipas
Word failas (.doc)
Apimtis
11 psl., (3409 ž.)
Darbo duomenys
  • Visuotinės istorijos rašinys
  • 11 psl., (3409 ž.)
  • Word failas 47 KB
  • Lygis: Universitetinis
www.nemoku.lt Atsisiųsti šį rašinį
Privalumai
Pakeitimo garantija Darbo pakeitimo garantija

Atsisiuntei rašto darbą ir neradai jame reikalingos informacijos? Pakeisime jį kitu nemokamai.

Sutaupyk 25% pirkdamas daugiau Gauk 25% nuolaidą

Pirkdamas daugiau nei vieną darbą, nuo sekančių darbų gausi 25% nuolaidą.

Greitas aptarnavimas Greitas aptarnavimas

Išsirink norimus rašto darbus ir gauk juos akimirksniu po sėkmingo apmokėjimo!

Atsiliepimai
www.nemoku.lt
Dainius Studentas
Naudojuosi nuo pirmo kurso ir visad randu tai, ko reikia. O ypač smagu, kad įdėjęs darbą gaunu bet kurį nemokamai. Geras puslapis.
www.nemoku.lt
Aurimas Studentas
Puiki svetainė, refleksija pilnai pateisino visus lūkesčius.
www.nemoku.lt
Greta Moksleivė
Pirkau rašto darbą, viskas gerai.
www.nemoku.lt
Skaistė Studentė
Užmačiau šią svetainę kursiokės kompiuteryje. :D Ką galiu pasakyti, iš kitur ir nebesisiunčiu, kai čia yra viskas ko reikia.
www.nemoku.lt Atsisiųsti šį rašinį