First Describe the outbreak of war.
* The Second World War was in some ways a continuation of the First World War. The outbreak of war came after the interwar period. It was Hitler's Germany that started the outbreak of World War II by multiplying expand its germany to a big rich, his motto was a country, a people and a leader. But what really broke out war when Germany attacked Poland on 1 september 1939. It was a so-called blitzkrieg where the Germans attacked Poland quickly with aircraft and tanks so that they were very surprised. After already four weeks the Germans had triumphed over the Polish arm and also had the Soviet Union marched into Poland's eastern side. So then, Poland was divided between the Soviet Union and Germany. On September 3, Britain and France declared war on Germany and World War II was started.
2nd What was the Finnish Winter War about?
* Finnish Winter War was about the Soviets wanted parts of the Isthmus of Finland in October 1939 in order to have a naval base there for 30 years. They also wanted some islands in the Gulf of Finland, but the Finns refused to agree to this, on the morning of 30 November, the Soviet Union attacked Finland. The Russians bombed Finnish cities and teachers tried to get everyone excited pupils to the shelters. Since it was winter and was used very winter gear is called the Winter War. The Finns managed to defend themselves against the Soviets in 3 months, then broke the Soviets through the Finnish defense firm Finns got peace but they had to leave a lot more area to the Soviets than they actually were in 1939.
3rd Tell us briefly about the occupation of Norway and Denmark. Also consider why the Germans occupied Norway and Denmark.
It was the Germans who occupied Norway and Denmark, but from the beginning it was just meant to them would occupy Norway because they could transport the iron ore easily and without any problems, but I thought them that they could occupy Denmark also so that they would have an even better route for its iron ore. The same day that Germany attacked Poland declared itself neutral Denmark and so they laid mines in shipping lanes (it is the waters maritime use). In 1940, 8 April, the British, the mines there, when the Germans sent a large fleet to the north, then drove the British fleet to retreat to the thought that they could more easily defeat the German army in their own country. But the Germans were not turned against the British, but they would go to Norway. While German soldiers went over the Danish border, the Germans called this attack for surgery Weserübung. On April 9, the phone rang to the Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen, it was Germany's envoy said that Germany was about to attack Denmark and try to occupy them so they could protect them against the British. German envoy said that unless the Danes would give up resistance, they would bomb Copenhagen. When Denmark gave up and they were occupied by Germany. The same day the midnight attacked Germany following the Norwegian port cities Oslo, Bergen, Trondheim, Narvik and Kristiansand. A few hours later, the German ambassador and said that Norway would accept that Germany occupied them. Then said the Norwegian government: "We will not give up voluntarily, the fight is already underway." During this war was used for the first time skydivers who jumped in Oslo and Stavanger. After 62 days of war Norwegians were forced to surrender. The Norwegian king and his family fled to Britain, it was also many "ordinary" Norwegians who went over to the British side. So now the Germans had a safe transport route for its ore from Sweden.
4th Tell us about Sweden's role during World War II.
Sweden had a very important role for the Germans during World War II, and they had plenty of ore as they could transport to Germany, so if Germany would have occupied Sweden during World War II, they worried that the British would blow ore mines to aircraft. Therefore, Sweden had a pretty good time during World War II, they did not have at least the war at home. Sweden also had declared themselves neutral, but the Germans had ignored it at other times, so one could not be sure. In addition, German trains travel through Sweden, the German ships had to pass on Swedish territory, and so on.
5th What was the miracle at Dunkirk?
Dunkirk is a port city located in northern France (the English Channel). Miracle at Dunkirk was when Germany had launched their attack against France. The Germans marched through Belgium to get to France, as in the First World War but now walked them through the Netherlands as well. They dared not go over the German-French border where France had built up a strong defense. This was not the French prepared and they had almost all of his defense at the German border, so the German tanks penetrated and surrounded about 1 million British and French soldiers, the Germans pressured the French and British to the English Channel. When they had reached Dunkirk thronged all the soldiers on the beaches. The English government tried to send the boats so that they could save about 45,000 soldiers. After a while someone came in (during a church service that was held for the soldiers) to all who had ships would help in the evacuation. During continuous air strikes from the Germans at Dunkirk managed to bring home 338,226 troops. Therefore it is called the miracle at Dunkirk because they managed to rescue as many soldiers. Since the Germans continued to Paris.
6th What was the Battle of Britain and what was the point?
The point of the Battle of Britain was that Hitler had been acclaimed big and become more "dangerous" for the other opponents when he had defeated France, so he figured it was now only Britain, he had basically been what he wanted (in all case in Europe) "one country". Since Britain was very good at at turns in the air with their aircraft did the Germans do away with their air defense. The German plan was to destroy Britain's air bases and aerospace industries, and then to attack the soldiers at the English Channel. They tried then to destroy the Royal Air Force. Hitler believed that we could win the war easily but the German pilots were more worried they had seen the British fighter Spitfire. The British managed to resist the German air raids, though they bombed a bit of some cities and Hitler took back his plan. Britain had managed to resist superpower Germany. To ruled Britain's new Prime Minister: "Never before in history have so many had so few to thank for so much." Them These words have become famous.
* 7. Describe Operation Barbarossa. (Also the reason why Hitler attacked the Soviet Union).
Operation Barbarossa, Hitler's attack on the Soviet Union, not the war between Germany and the Soviet Union, only Germany's first attack.
This attack would lead to a 4-year long war.
This was the bloodiest war during World War II, died here about 30 million people, of which there were about 4.3 million German soldiers (total died the 5.3 million German soldiers during World War II).
From the beginning, Hitler and Stalin (Soviet leader) agreed a pact not to attack each other, but it broke Hitler 22 June 1941.
Hitler attacked the Soviets just because he wanted more space for "their" Germans (lebensraum as he talked about in all his speeches), he also wanted access to the oil, iron ore and grain, it was not Hitler put it all on the UK He was going to take them by the Soviet Union.
Hitler also thought that when he had conquered all the eastern states, he would become more powerful, the Germans would be better and all the people who lived in Eastern Europe would be their slaves.
The Soviet Union was also communists and Hitler found communists and Jews were enemies so he wanted off all communists so that they could not destroy him.
Hitler was aided by Italy, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria. He also received the help of Finnland who wanted to overthrow the Soviets because they had occupied the country. Yugoslavia had a "British-friendly" government refused to help Germany, so when Hitler occupied them, he also occupied Greece and Crete. Early on the morning of June 22, 1941 Hitler crossed the Soviet border with their tanks and soldiers. He tried to make even a lightning war, bombers attacked the Soviet airports, even before the plan could lift they were bombed. The Germans' plan was to conquer Moscow, Leningrad and Ukraine before winter came. In this war, Germany used 67% of its soldiers, it corresponds to approximately 3.4 million men. In the beginning, the war continued, in October the Germans could see the great churches and castles in Moscow. The Germans were to say the least very successful so far, the soldiers of the Soviet was completely surprised and many died or were imprisoned. Now that the Germans were so close to Moscow, they thought they could take over the Soviet easily, so the Germans began to carry a lot of stones over the border to build great torque and statues that would symbolize the profit. But that did not happen, outside Moscow, the Russians had won a huge army which was in the east to protect the Soviet Union from the Japanese but Stalin did not think they would attack. So now, Germany had been a fairly strong resistance and in Leningrad had them not managed well at all. In Leningrad had died three million people. It had also become winter in the USSR and because Hitler believed that the Germans would win before winter came, they were not equipped for the winter, but the soldiers of the Soviet had good winter gear and they were accustomed to the severe winter with them. The Germans never managed to take over the Soviet Union and Moscow. But it was not just because it was winter. Since the Germans had had such a rush toward Moscow, had difficulty contacting the home and it was difficult to get there food and new soldiers because most roads in Russia were made of clay and when it rained it became muddy roads and difficult to drive on.
First, Hitler had the Soviet Union's population on their side, because they were tired of Stalin. So people believed Hitler as a liberator. It did not want Hitler to be as he went extra hard against the civilian people and Stalin gave new voice and managed to save the Soviets so then walked the population over to Stalin again. Stalin also based its propaganda such as This picture to the right. I believe that Hitler's Germany might have been able to take over the Soviets if only he had thought a little more on that maybe they could have been part of the winter in Russia and sent with winter gear. He had also won if he had been "nicer" on the civilian population so that they could help to overthrow Stalin.
Eighth Why the Japanese attacked the U.S. naval base in Hawaii? What led to this attack?
The Japanese attacked the U.S. naval base in Hawaii (Pearl Harbor), just because they thought that Germany would take over the Soviet Union at any time, so Japan was Germany's ally wanted to expand their area so they planned to attack China. But they could not as long as the U.S. could stop them. It had long been some trouble between the Japanese and the United States on the seas. The Japanese thought that if they could get Pearl Harbor out of the way, they would find it easy to take over China. On 7 december 1941 came a strange aircraft flying to Pearl Harbor. No one took this seriously and soon came several flights and dropped bombs on Pearl Harbo. This led to the United States joined the allierandes and wanted to help overthrow Germany and Japan.
9th Tell us briefly about the invasion of Normandy.
In 1944 attacked the Soviet Union with 10 million men in the West and the occupied Romania, Bulgarian, eastern Poland and the Baltic states. Stalin wanted that one would attack Germany from the two sides. So, 6 June 1944 (known as D-Day) was 4000 vessels with soldiers from the U.S. and the UK to France, while parachutists landed and after 24 hours, there were 250,000 men on the French coast. They went into Normandy, the Germans had no chance to resist attack. After 6 months, the English and American armies on German soil.
10th Tell us about the end of the war in Europe.
After the Second World War had very many died here is a table of how many in each country:
As you can see, this was a very bloody war. A total of around 29 million soldiers who were killed. Overall, it was about 66 million people. End of the war in Europe took place in 1945. From the west came the British, the Americans and the French invasion resulting in Germany and from the east, they came from the Soviet Union, they marched into Germany and it went pretty fast forward for them because Germany had taken almost all defenses to their blitzkrieg and the great war against Soviet Union. Hitler also believed that he had far greater resources than he really had. In this attack on Germany Hitler did a very big mistake, he refused to retreat, so would more be destroyed for the Germans and they would find it much harder then. Soviet Union pushed hard from the east and so did the others from the West. In the spring of 1945 met soldiers from America and the Soviet Union on the Danube River. Hitler hid in his bunker in Berlin, realized that he was about to lose the war and he did not want to show his weakness with a foundation and he did not want to rysarna or Americans would get hold of his body. So on April 30, he committed suicide in his bunker by eating poison. There were many soldiers who followed Hitler's example and also took their lives either married or a shot in the head on themselves. Even a week after Hitler committed suicide surrendered Germany and all soldiers bedårades not to open fire.
* 11. What happened to Germany and Berlin after the war?
The "pure-blooded" Germans were not so difficult during World War II, but it was only towards the end and after, it was difficult. After the war it was decided that Germany's sake get to have any army. After World War II, shared it up Germany into West Germany and East Germany. West Germany was Bonn as its capital. West Germany was also called the Federal Republic of Germany and the United Kingdom, France and the United States decided over this western part of Germany, on this side attempted to build a new society and economy and the industry went well. In the meantime the Soviet Union than East Germany also called German Democratic Republic and the German Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR). East Germany's capital was East Berlin. It was also agreed that they would share the Berlin, the Russians got the eastern part of Berlin and France, Britain and the U.S. were the western part. It was forbidden to cross the border between West and East Germany, but there were no fences anywhere between the limits only in some places, and in some small ways (eg in Lübeck), there was not even a single sign that brooked we went into East Germany. Unfortunately, it was in Berlin where you traveled the Berlin Wall on August 13 in 1962, there was a 2 meter high wall with barbed wire on top, and after the wall was a long fence some distance down the country. DDR was it who had built it. It was strictly forbidden to cross the border between East Berlin and West Berlin, the Russians had decided. On the east side of the Berlin people had it much harder to get food and they liked not really the Russian Communists, either, for those not allowed to have their own opinions. The border was very heavily guarded on the east side. There were many who tried to cross the wall, and many were shot dead by the Soviet soldiers, many tried to throw over their children on the west side, to them, would not have to live in such a poverty and without food. On 9 november 1989 could not East Berlin were to live like this anymore so they stormed the Berlin Wall. There had been some very difficult days before the Berlin Wall fell, people had rebelled. Wall, classed as one of the biggest events in Europe after the second World War. Another thing that came with the fall of the Wall was the Soviet Union, who lost all their land they took such Poland and became Russia again. Another thing that happened to Germany after the war was that they lost all countries it had occupied during the war, and Austria became independent. After the war, the allies also discovered all the Jews who had been in concentration camps, and the awful truth came out in the world. Another thing that happened was that the Nuremberg trials took them German Nazi leaders, at least those who had not committed suicide after Germany's defeat. Nuremberg Trial began in 1945 in november. They were convicted of crimes against humanity, ie extermination. Total convicted man 22 pieces, 12 of them were sentenced to death.
* 12. Tell me about the extermination of the Jews. How could Nazi Germany manages to kill 6 million Jews?
Jude extermination I think this is one of the worst things that happened in history.
In the beginning was the Nazis small ghettos for Jews and there it was bad food and many became ill, so it belonged in a way for the extermination of the Jews there were many who died.
Then came the concentration camps and then it got worst for the Jews.
How did that happen.
First we sent the Jews by train under very bad conditions to the extermination and concentration camps.
It was not the usual trains them to you, but it was in the wagons were packed with people and in one corner stood a thin one would make their needs in. They also had access to some water but it was not so much because sometimes went them 5 days (it took this long because most of the concentration camps were located in Poland) in a row with just a little water maybe ran out in 2-3 days.
Since there were many Jews who were old or sick dog them during the trip and when they arrived at the concentration camp sorted them so that the weak and sick who could not work had to go directly to the extermination camp and be burned alive or dead gassed, originally shot you kill them but it was not as effective.
Then it was Jews who were taking care of the dead hair and jewelry.
Those who were healthy and strong had to work in factories as well as a low concentration camps, where they had to work very hard and they were not so much to eat.
There were also many who were captured, tried people in research, many were tortured and those who have not worked or did something wrong were shot.
The Jews were also no burials, they put them in piles of people, then maybe they buried them all in a big pile.
It was very common with torture in koncentrationslägrarna, in and of itself was all this work and so little food torture too.
Many died of output or starved to death.
The Jews did not have much to say to them, you think of course because they were many more people than the guards so they could have tried a rebellion, but they were weak after all the work and the guards were armed and also had a few dogs at their disposal. Yet it has been seen and heard Jews who have survived this difficult time, I think it has survived only because they were strong, they came to the concentration camps rather late and so have them lucky.
But how could this happen? One reason for all of this could have happened was that the Nazis did it in small increments. First you start with nervärdera Jews and many Jews were beaten, and the Jews who had owned stores got them shattered. Then began the Jewish ghettos. Then came the concentration camps and tried to Nazis to be very discreet, it was probably also perhaps a reason for all the concentration camps were in Poland for not wanted it to be equally clear to all factories that ran with so many freight trains with people, but det var ju inte bara därför som de hade koncentrationslägren i Polen utan Polens järnvägar var väldigt utbreda så man kunde köra fångarna direkt fram till dörren på koncentrationslägren. Då så slapp man gå ganska långt med alla fånga. Det fanns naturligtvis även vissa koncentrationsläger i Tyskland bl.a. ett utanför Hamburg. Det var inte jätte diskret det här med jude utrotningen utan det var många tyskar som visste om vad som pågick, de såg ju säkert tågen och det var ju tvunget att ta bort alla andra tåg från rälsarna så att dem inte krockade. Även här antar jag att propaganda hade en stor betydelse. Hitler hade fått dem flesta tyskarna att hata judarna, han fick dem att se ut som motståndare. Att det blev så många som dog tror jag mest beror på att dem sorterade ut dem svaga och sjuka och dödade många direkt. Många hade säkert dött under det hårda arbetet men om de var fler skulle de kanske inte ha varit lika tufft arbete för de kunde dela upp det, men maten skulle ändå inte räcka särskilt bra och det hade säkert också blivit trängre och mer sjukdomar, men jag tror att lite mer hade överlevt om de inte hade sorterat ut dem i början.
*13. Varför använde USA atombomber mot Japan? Fundera också över om det var rätt eller fel att använda “bomben”.
Det var egentligen inte nödvändigt för USA att använda atombomben emot Japan, dem hade i stort sett redan vunnit kriget. USA ville inte åka runt till alla småöar som Japan hade, så de tänkte att de kunde spränga mycket på en gång och få skräck på Japanerna så att de retirerade direkt istället för att åka till alla öar och kanske till och med förlora några soldater. Japan hade ändå kvar ca 2 miljoner stridsklara män och ett anfall från USA skulle kosta mycket för USA, så de ansåg detta som den bästa lösningen. Amerikanarna ville även visa hur mäktiga dem var och att de var starkast i världen. De ville även visa att de vågade använda ett sådant här kraftigt vapen i krig. Jag tror även att Amerikanarna ville ge igen för Japanernas attack mot Pearl Harbor och ville visa att om man ger sig på amerikanarna så får man igen stort. Vid de här tillfällena är det första och enda gången hittills som en atombomb har använts i krig. Den 6 augusti 1945 släptes den första bomben i den Japanska storstaden Hiroshima och 3 dagar efter alltså den 9 augusti fall en bomb över staden Nagasaki. Den 15 augusti kapitulerade Japan och kriget var slut.
Jag tycker det var helt fel att USA använde atombomben i ett krig. Eftersom USA var/är en stormakt så hade man kunnat gå till anfall med fotsoldater istället för att skjuta en atom bomb som först sprängs och tar många människors liv sen finns det kärnkraft kvar i luften o minst lika många där till, till och med idag kan man få cancer lättare om man befinner sig i dem områdena. Jag tycker också att USA inte behövde visa sin makt genom bomben, för det gjorde dem ju redan genom att lyckas både vara i Europa och kriga och sedan också vinna över Japan, för de hade dem även gjort om dem inte hade använt sig av atombomben. Det var också väldigt fel att det var så många oskyldiga människor som var tvungna att behöva dö. Jag vet inte ifall USA varnade Japan först och sa att om dem inte kapitulerade så skulle dem släppa atombomber över storstäderna, så att många människor skulle dö. Jag tycker inte att det är rätt på något sett att ta till så farliga vapen inom krig och att så många dör av ett enda slag, det var riktigt fegt av amerikanarna tycker jag. Fast io för sig ville de säkert att kriget skulle ta slut snabbt så att folk äntligen fick ro, men iså fall tänkte dem inte tillräckligt långt på hur många oskyldiga människor och att dem kunde ha gjort det på ett sätt så att dem förlorade några soldater (som också är människor, men dem vill i alla fall slåss och kanske dö för sitt foster land eller så blev dem tvingade att slås) än att människor som kanske aldrig hade gjort något dumt skulle behöva dö. Men det var faktiskt Japan som var dumma nog att gå till attack emot ett sådant kraftigt land som USA.
14th Vilka effekter har en atombomb?
Under Atombombs attentaten i Hiroshima dog 129 000 människor direkt och i Nagasaki dog 70 000 stycken människor.
En atombomb består av väldigt mycket energi, energin kommer ifrån delade eller samansatta atomkärnor. Själva atombomben sprängs inte mer än en vanlig bomb utan det är efteråt. Energin i atombomben delas upp i olika faser. Först kommer en tryckvåg som består av 40-60 % av energin. Tryckvågen är den som förstör mest i explosionen, vanliga byggnader klarar inte trycket utan går sönder, trycket är även för stort för människorna och dem som är i närheten dör. Trycket kan komma upp i en hastighet av flera 100 km/h. Sen kommer värmestrålningen och den består av 30-50 % av energin. Värmestrålningen sprider sig olika på grund av vilken väderlek det är, om det är soligt sprids den längre. Värmestrålning gör att man får värmeskador och i värsta fall kan man bli blind. 5 % av energin Joniserande strålning och 5-10 % av energin är radioaktivt nedfall. Radioaktivt nedfall kommer att vara kvar i luften långt efter explosionen och det är mycket farligt att andas in. Av radioaktivt nedfall kan man få cancer. En sista grej som kan komma med en atombomb är EMP (Electro magnetisk puls) den är ofarlig för människor men den slår ut de flesta elektriska i området. Alltså är en atombomb farlig på många sett, den förstör väldigt mycket.
*15. Varför startade andra världskriget och hur hänger det ihop med första? Vilka likheter och skillnader finns mellan de två krigen? (Ex: vad var det för skillnader på västfronten 1940 jämfört med 1914?)
The Second World War started like any other war that it was a country, or someone who wanted more power and more land to his people, as Hitler wanted more lebensraum for their pure-blooded Germans.
You can say that World War II is a sequel to the first.
It was the First World War had a bad end, that Germany lost a lot and it was a bit småspänt between countries throughout the interwar period.
Another thing that made the second world war started was that the Nazis wanted revenge from the loss of the First World War and they were very unhappy with the Treaty of Versailles.
When Hitler came to power in Germany, he began to build up a great army, first in stealth but then publicly.
Since Britain and France did not want a big new war as Germany had them build a defense, but it was not Hitler's view, he wanted a strong attacking army that he could take and conquer the East.
Before Hitler took over Poland as he conquered a lot of notice in the east, such as
Czechoslovakia without war, he was given permission by the UK and France once again.
But when Hitler went into Poland and took it, got France and Britain enough and declared war with Germany
There are many similarities and differences between the first and second world wars here are some: It was Germany that started World War II, but there were several reasons that made World War I started, but you can say that it was Germany who began to rehabilitate before the war and then it became every other country worried and began to equip themselves (but that was when Principle killed the Austrian royal couple as the war started).
It was almost the same countries that fought against each other. On one side was the Soviet Union, the U.S. and France (Entente during the first and the allies in the second), and on the other hand, Germany, Italy (who switched sides to the Entente at the end of the first), Austria (that does not really count in the second order them belonged to Germany as a large country), Japan (who was not only the first second) and all states in eastern Germany who had taken (the Central Powers during the first and the Axis powers during the Second).
A similarity that is almost self-evident, but what happened extra during the first and second World War was that there were many who died. The first died 9,906,000 pieces soldiers and the other 25 million soldiers. The Second World War was much bloodier and many more died, I think (almost certain) that there were several civilians who died during and it was probably pretty much on the extermination of the Jews.
A major similarity is that in both wars the U.S. goes in and stop them, but the U.S. is pretty cowardly, they did not help at any time until they were threatened. The First World War was not the United States in until Germany had attacked their ships with American citizens on board, and when they sent a message to Mexico and suggested that they would attack the United States, when the United States first went in and helped when already many had died. In World War II, not the United States with only the Japanese had attacked Pearl Harbor, though they helped to end the war and that the Allies won.
Another similarity is that the Allied / Entente won both wars and that Germany lost a lot. During the first was Germany with a large part of his army, lost land (which they also did in the second), and was obliged Entente lot of money in reparations. During World War II, they lost power in total and Germany was divided and was under the control of the allies, there is a difference after the first World War, Germany had still to decide over themselves a little bit, but after the second was the German government no power at all for it was the British, French, Soviet and American government that had power over Germany. After World War II, Germany was two countries: East Germany and West Germany, but after the first it was just a country.
On the western front during the first world war it did not happen much, first made Germany a blitzkrieg against France and went in an arc through Belgium was neutral (as in WWII), then dug down in the trenches and low and shot at each other without getting anywhere. But there received during the 2nd World War, Germany's blitzkrieg and succeeded in forcing the French soldiers to the sea where they fled to England in boats.
During World War II, Sweden had a much larger role because we had access to iron ore and allowed the Germans transporting troops and weapons up to Finland.
During World War II, it was on the eastern front it happened the most, which was the blodigast and many died there, it was Germany that started the war on the eastern front by betraying their and Soviet pact not to attack. During World War I, it was very moving on the eastern front, and it was mostly Austria-Hungary who fought against Russia.
During both wars came a slew of new weapons such as first came the submarine, machine guns, tanks, air force and various kinds of gases. During World War II, it is obvious to all those this stuff developed, but during World War II came even bazookas, V-2 rockets, flamethrowers, and the atomic bomb as they saw how dangerous it could be for the attacks in Japan.
This has been a fun and interesting job to work with, I usually find that we get quite a bit of time to work with some work but this we have had way too much time.
With this work, I have also taken the help of my grandmother and asked her a few things, because she was born in Germany and grew up during World War II, it has been very interesting to hear what she had to say.
The Second World War is one of the most horrible things I've heard about, all of them here Jews who died in concentration camps. What had they really done against Hitler? I do not really understand how all the people obeyed him. But he had the conscience to kill so many innocent people, I know that he had a mental illness, but then the question is even more how you could listen to a man who is so sick. Surely there must have been someone else in the whole of Germany who had been trying to help the people when it was most difficult with money and jobs instead of a person without conscience. It takes almost that you have been with yourself to imagine the awful things that happened and really feel the desperation for someone who could help to get jobs and money to support his family with. I can hardly understand how some Jews have managed to survive this sick time, even if it was strong physically does not mean that it was strong mentally, to be able to see so many sick and maybe even old toil so hard and tormented . While being separated from the rest of their family and realize that they have been shot or gassed uppeldade. Then see someone put to death or die of output in front of them, and how did the guards manage to see and do all that they should also have been mentally ill or they were so frightened at they did not dare to contradict and yes believe it was also where some guards who felt really bad about this. One thing I do not understand is how those Nazis at the moment thinking of. They ought to have heard about what happened to the Jews in real life, and how can they think that Hitler was a good person, I understand that some want special hairstyles or the like, but to be a Nazi, it is inexplicable. The only thing that was good with them this war, though it was really nothing very positive about it. It is that those who were killed or injured during the war, some research and you could maybe find new medicines and the like but it's still not a good thing that people have to die for a sick man who is power-hungry and lacking in feeling. I do not really know what to think about England and France before the war, in a way it was good that they went in and stopped Hitler's success until Poland and undvikte a war but it still came later. But it was still good that they went after Hitler assumed Poland imagine if he'd continue to go and take over a lot of innocent countries. But we also think it would have been impossible to go in early and stopped Hitler but that it had become a giant war. For Germany did not have much to come up with only Hitler had begun to build up the army again, but there was no one who knew how this would end, you may have thought that a war would never come, hoped for it anyway. Another thing that was good was that the allies won, though I do not like the Soviet way of controlling East Germany and East Berlin, it could have been better. For what if the Nazis had won and Nazism would be a major ideology worldwide and extermination continued, though at this point it would probably not have been so many Jews there, but also homosexuals and others were also affected, I do not know if I had wanted to live with it, but you do not really know how one would deal with all the propaganda and secret police, so if you said something you could get killed. Some were cowards were the U.S. (both in the first and second world wars) they did not go in until they threatened, because the United States was so strong maybe they had succeeded to the war much faster and just as many civilians might have escaped to their lives. I hope something like this never happens again ...