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ions of the gay and lesbian population, and not including these people in this Holocaust memorial could make it seem like they are less valued by the German people, like their murders were less of a travesty than the murders of Jews. On the other hand, many point out that the main targets of the Holocaust were Jews, and the main ideology and iconography of the Nazi party were anti-Jewish, and it is thus important to single out the attacks on Jews against the attacks on everyone else, and perhaps give other people who were victims of the Holocaust their own memorials to honour their deaths.
One of the most interesting sections of this video is the opinions of the original architect and designer of the memorial on what has been done around it. One of the biggest disappointments for the designer was the fact that other people chose to put an underground informational center (the Ort) as part of the installation. He was against this decision, and it is interesting to see how even the lead designer of a project like this does not necessarily have complete control over their project.
“Building the Holocaust Memorial” is an interesting take on the construction of an important site in Germany. It shows that even a simple act of goodwill, like building a memorial to the victims of one of the most atrocious assaults on humanity in history can be fraught with political and ethical difficulties, and that nothing is as simple as it seems on the
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From all of the evidence he reveals hidden truths about Germany’s past. Was the Holocaust as bad as it was publicized to be? I find it interesting how we are still taught the Holocaust in school when there is so much evidence showing that the Holocaust is not half as bad as we are taught.
Given the complexity and the intensity of crimes during this period, each movie presents a different perspective and standpoint on the subject. But one movie that transcends the limits of visualizing The Shoah (Holocaust in Hebrew) not only in bare nakedness of barbarism and horror but also in depicting compassion in an exemplifying form is Steven Spielberg’s Schindler List.
Hollywood and other international production studios despicably portrayed the inhumane brutality of the Nazi's attempted genocide during the peak of the Second World War, where millions were killed just because they belong to the race, religion and organization "undesirable" to Nazis (The Holocaust).
Beyond the aesthetic of the memorial, it is the process and the sensitivity brought into it that I like.
The terrible loss and atrocity that happened during the Nazi period is such a horrible period. The deaths and mutilation that
I personally do not like the idea of genocide and this idea about the memorial makes my stomach churn. This is the idea that I do not like about the memorial but I understand that it is necessary to remember.
One of the reasons for this debate has been the fact that only Jewish people are included in this particular memorial. The commemorative structure makes no mention of the homosexuals, handicapped, or gypsies that were also murdered by the Nazis, not to mention those put to
What I particularly like about this movie is the fact that it is a two-in-one movie in that not only this movie narrates the various events and causes that led to the opening of the US Holocaust Memorial
Millions of Germans were in need of accommodation and refuge, but America only allowed the outlined number. The American president, Herbert Hoover, ordered inflexible enforcement of entry permit regulations after the stock market crash of 1929 (London
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