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Papers On Holocaust Studies
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Genocide of Native American Compared to that of the Jews in World War II
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A 5 page overview of definition of 'genocide' in terms on Native American history when compared with Jewish history in World War II. Makes extensive reference to, and rebuts the philosophies of Steven Katz, author of 'The Holocaust in a Historical perspective'. Concludes that the Native American peoples experienced genocide just as assuredly as did the Jews in World War II. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Najew.wps

World War I & World War II
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5 pages. Twice in the 20th century world war impacted the development of the United States. The author compares and contrasts how WWI and WWII impacted the economy, race & gender relations, foreign relations, and issues regarding civil liberties. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PCww12.rtf

Camus & Wiesel/A Comparison
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A 7 page analysis of The Plague by Albert Camus and Night by Elie Wiesel. At first glance, these two works appear to be very dissimilar; however, the writer argues that they actually have quite a few points in common. Wiesel's book concerns the Holocaust and Camus' work appear to be about a plague hitting the French town of Oran. However, Camus' work is intended to be read as an allegory and this story, also, deals with the ravages committed against the human soul by Nazism. No additional sources cited.
Filename: 90camus.rtf

The Problem of Evil
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A 5 page paper discussing the philosophy on the presence of evil in the world. The writer makes frequent mention of Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel's writings (i.e., 'Night') as a counterpoint to the Free Will Defense of St. Augustine.
Filename: Evil.wps

The Jews And The Poles: Defending Themselves Against Extermination
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4 pages in length. In retrospect, was there any action that could have been taken by either the Jews or the Poles that would have materially affected the outcome of the final solution in occupied Poland? Inasmuch as neither the Jews nor the Poles were anywhere as military-savvy or desirous of war as were the Germans, it can be argued that there was truly little that could have been accomplished in order for these populations to avert such a massacre. The writer discusses why self-preservation was not a viable option for the Jews and the Poles. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TLCjews.doc


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