1 The was a tragic event. So many Jews died just because of their religion. They obviously did not deserve the harsh treatment. Today we look back and reflect on the. Students of Saint Patrick School, Carlisle, Pennsylvania USA Teacher: Noreen Dempsey
2 By: Kraig I think that the was very bad. The reason it was so bad is that the Nazis killed people because of their difference in religion. What everyone should learn from this is that no one should be killed because of a certain faith. I think that Hitler was very mean too. You should also treat others as you wish to be treated and never become a Nazi. By: Sasha I learned that you shouldn t judge people by their religion and that the Jews didn t deserve to die. We all did something wrong, we watched it happen and we should ve stopped the Nazis. Those people died in pain and they didn t deserve it. There were children that died because of the hate of the Germans. So what I learned is that when you kill, judge, or make fun of some one because they are different, you should stop because you wouldn t like to be made fun of either. Lessons We Can Remember From the By: David We should remember the Nazis killed the Jews for what they believed in. Treat everyone the same or history might repeat itself. We should stand up for what is wrong so it doesn t happen again! By: Ale
3 What I learned from the is to respect other people. Do not hurt them if they have a different religion, different skin color, or any different qualities. I think those kids that were killed and the other people shouldn t have died. We should treat other people as we would like to be treated. The By Anthony The was one of the worst moments in history. A lot can be learned from this. God made us all different for a reason, and it wasn t to tell us who were the enemy. What the Nazis did was wrong, but it was just as bad that some people didn t stand up for the Jews even though they knew it was wrong. So let us hope this never happens again. The By Katie There are a lot of things we could learn from the. We shouldn t be biased on religion, race, or anything-it s nothing but troublesome. Meaningless violence is not a solution. Just because you don t like someone doesn t mean you should exterminate them and anyone like them. It s cruel. We should treat people nicely, like them or not.
4 The By Elizabeth There are many lessons we can learn from the. We should never look down on others just because they practice a different religion. Also, it was not only adults killed in the, kids our age and younger were sent to live in concentration camps. We should look back on the and pray that it never happens again. The By Tricia What I learned from the is that you shouldn t hurt people for what they believe in. We should also stand up for what is wrong even if it doesn t affect us, because it might. If they re different, you should respect them for who they are even if they aren t the same as you. By: Caroline The taught me to respect other people even though they re different. If you think the government made a wrong decision, stand up for what you believe in. People should stand up for others; love one another, and yourself.
5 By: Kelly I learned that it s wrong to hurt or kill someone just because they believe in something you don t. It was wrong to kill all those people. Also, the children that died in the never got married, had children, or lived their life. What happened was really sad and I hope it never happens again. By: Brian I think the was really bad. The people from France, Germany, The Netherlands and Poland were sent to death camps. When they were there, they were killed. I wish they never were sent to death camps. What we can learn from this terrible event is to accept all people for who they are Gentile or Jew, Buddhist or Christian. By: Robert What we can learn from the is that one should not treat people bad because they are important. Everyone is the same. Even if you don t like other people you shouldn t use your power and put them in camps. You should also treat others the way you would like to be treated. What I Learned From the By Joey
6 I think what the Nazis did was 100% wrong! If you want to change something in the world, you don t have to kill innocent people. You should never disrespect someone just because of where they re from, or what religion they practice. It is completely wrong. I learned that you should never solve a problem by destroying someone or someplace. Every choice Hitler made was wrong. Think of what the Jews felt every time one of their people was killed. We all should mourn. By: Ian The was an event when many Jewish families were killed. 6,000,000 Jews and many other people were taken by Nazis to concentration camps and suffocated in the gas chambers. There are lessons to be learned. We should not segregate others. We should treat others as we would like to be treated. Never insult others because their beliefs or way of life. Never in your life treat others horribly. The By: Matt What we can learn from the is that we shouldn t treat others badly just because they re different. It s wrong to judge people just because they re too fat, too small, too short, or even have bad language. It s wrong to judge them like Hitler did. He wouldn t like it if he was locked in a death camp and died. It s not right.
7 The By: Peter The was the mass murder of Jews in concentration camps. The Nazis thought that every person should all be the same. I learned that Hitler had one thing on his mind, death to any who are different. One of the known Jews killed was a 13-year-old girl named Anne Frank who kept a diary until she was captured and later killed. What I learned from the By: Ashley There are many things we can learn from the. I have learned that all people are equal but are different in many ways. No one is the same and everyone should be treated as an equal. Stand up for yourself if you are made fun of. What I Have Learned From the By: Jon What I have learned from the is that it doesn t matter about your size, race or color, but it only matters mostly about your character. I am sad that this happened to the Jews and no other race in the world. I think what the Germans did was evil and I hope it never happens again. By: Hannah The was a very bad thing to do to the Jews. They didn t do anything bad. Getting killed for not doing
8 anything wrong is completely crazy. It wasn t right. These millions of innocent people didn t get to live the life God gave them.
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