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Two Questions of World War II
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This 4 page report discusses two specific questions regarding World War II. 1) Considering WWII’s worst excesses -- as exemplified in “Survival at Auschwitz” (Pimo Levi), “The Rape of Nanking” (Iris Chang), and “Hiroshima” (John Hersey) -- what conclusions can be drawn regarding humanity’s capacity to do evil or preserve dignity? and 2) How do American and Russian “contributions” compare when considered in the defeat of Hitler’s forces? Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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This 6 page paper discusses the question of advanced knowledge of the crimes against the European Jews before the United States became involved in WWII. Wymann, Gilbert, Laquer, and Novick's books are compared and contrasted on this point, conclusions are drawn and examples given which tend to indicate that the US did have knowledge. Bibliograhy lists 4 sources.
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Victor Klemperer’s Diary -- “I Will Bear Witness”
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This 5 page report discusses the daily life of one German man in Germany, Victor Klemperer, in the years lead to and during the years of World War II. Klemperer was born into a Jewish family but converted to Christianity at a young age. He was also married to a “fully-blooded Aryan.” However, in the eyes of the Nazis he was still as Jew and therefore subjected tot he tyranny and persecution of Hitler’s Third Reich. The details of his daily life and what he and his wife experienced serve as a powerful example of the difficulties a truly “average” German experienced in Germany. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Viktor E. Frankl's "Man's Search For Meaning"
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5 pages in length. The issues behind ethics and morality are critical to defining what meaning truly represents. One who has thoroughly addressed these concepts is Viktor E. Frankl, a remarkable individual who has brought to bear his own interpretation of meaning through his life experiences. In his book entitled "Man's Search For Meaning," Frankl manipulates his time spent in Nazi concentration camps as a means by which to reach deep down within his soul to find a will to live. Indeed, by using such a horrific period as a parallelism for searching out life's meaning, Frankl quite successfully draws in his readers so that they might also readily associate with the way in which he achieved this monumental goal. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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