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Auschwitz camp
Located thirty-seven miles west of Krakow, Auschwitz was the camp where Jewish people were killed and worked. This camp, out of all the rest tortured the most people. At the camp there was a place called the Black Wall, this was where the people were executed. In March of 1941, there was another camp that started to be built. This second camp was called Auschwitz II, or Birkinau. It was located 1.9 miles away from Auschwitz I. People that were chosen to come to these camps were expell ... This camp, out of all the rest tortured the most people. ... This second camp was called Auschwitz II, or Birkinau. ... Nine hundred and ninety-nine women from Ravensbruck camp and other women from different camps joined them also. ... In the town Monowitz, another camp was being built. ... Birkinau and all the other sub-camps were mostly forced labor camps. ... Wordcount: 973 Pages: 4
The Dachau Concentration Camp
The Dachau Concentration Camp Januay 30, 1933 Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany. With his powerful speaches and promises to the people he was able to create a vary strong army. Now that Hitler had an army he went mainly after the jews, in his ethnic cleansing. The army would take jewish people out of their homes, bussiness, and hidding places, and sent them to concentration camps that would kill them, tourcher them and camps that made them work. The Dachau ... The Dachau Concentration Camp Januay 30, 1933 Adolf Hitler became Chancellor of Germany. ... The Dachau Concentration camp was the first forced labor camp located in Germany. ... That gave a little more space in the camp. ... There were gas chambers at the camp too but never put into use. The Dachau camp was liberated by the Untited States, there were 2,539 Jewish survivors, including 225 women, according to the American Army and According to a survivor most of these Jews had been brought to the Dachau camp from Poland in the final days of the camp and som... Wordcount: 433 Pages: 2
The Luck of Roaming Camp
The Regeneration of Roaring Camp "And so the work of regeneration began is Roaring Camp"(9). The regeneration referred to takes place in a California mining camp in 1850 after the birth of Tommy Luck, son of Cherokee Sal, the camp"s prostitute, who died giving birth. Sometimes one doesn"t realize how much he needs to change until he gets a subtle push from fate. Just a little addition to the world can cause a regeneration of a lifetime. Bret Harte demonstrates this idea in the stor ... The Regeneration of Roaring Camp "And so the work of regeneration began is Roaring Camp"(9). ... The men of Roaring Camp live the way they please. ... All of the men at the mining camp will strive to make Roaring Camp a suitable place for a baby to live. ... Tommy Luck was known as "The Luck of Roaring Camp.... "Such was the golden summer of Roaring Camp. ... Wordcount: 689 Pages: 3
An S.S. Officer's View on Night
Night From the View of an S.S. Officer This whole situation started out simple enough. The men and myself first moved into a little town called Sighet. The people there seemed so naive. None of them realized what was about to happen; none of them realized what happened when the Germans move into town. We first started by imprisoning the officials and made all the Jews were yellow stars. The Jews were then moved into a very small ghetto and cramped quarters. It was obvious that none ... Once you were in the camp the site of these officers holding these weapons struck fear into the hearts of all in the camp. ... Some prisoners and myself were transferred to a camp named Buna. ... We were planning to run to the next camp. ... We had to press forward because we still had to get to the camp. ... The Americans were said to be getting close to the camp. ... Wordcount: 1286 Pages: 5
The Night?
Night From the View of an S.S. Officer This whole situation started out simple enough. The men and myself first moved into a little town called Sighet. The people there seemed so naive. None of them realized what was about to happen; none of them realized what happened when the Germans move into town. We first started by imprisoning the officials and made all the Jews were yellow stars. The Jews were then moved into a very small ghetto and cramped quarters. It was obvious that none ... Once you were in the camp the site of these officers holding these weapons struck fear into the hearts of all in the camp. ... Some prisoners and myself were transferred to a camp named Buna. ... We were planning to run to the next camp. ... We had to press forward because we still had to get to the camp. ... The Americans were said to be getting close to the camp. ... Wordcount: 1293 Pages: 5
Holocaust- Hitler's Concentration Camps
Concentration Camps Concentration Camps were a big part of the Holocaust. My first topic is the concentration camp Dachau. Then I will talk about another concentration camp called Bergen-Belsen. After that, I will tell you about the concentration camp Treblinka. Finally, the last concentration I will talk about is Auschwitz-Birkenau. Describing these camps will inform you that concentration camps were a huge part of the Holocaust. Dachau was a devastating concentration camp of the Holoca ... Concentration Camps Concentration Camps were a big part of the Holocaust. ... Describing these camps will inform you that concentration camps were a huge part of the Holocaust. ... This camp was a holding center camp. ... Thus proves this camp was one of the most horrifying camps of the Holocaust. ... This death camp opened in 1942, making it one of the last death camps to open. ... Wordcount: 640 Pages: 3
Buchenwald Analysis on The Holocaust
The Holocaust: Buchenwald Introduction The Holocaust is the most horrifying crime against humanity of all times. "Hitler, in an attempt to establish the pure Aryan race, decided that all mentally ill, gypsies, non supporters of Nazism, and Jews were to be eliminated from the German population.He proceeded to reach his goal in a systematic scheme." One of his main methods of "doing away" with these "undesirables" was through the use of concentration camps. "In January 1941, in a meeting with h ... Concentration Camps The first concentration camps were set up in 1933. ... Transition camps were set up as holding places for death camps. ... In 1937, 7,000 Jews were in camps. ... Death Camps "The first death camp, Chelmno, was set up in Poland on December 8, 1941. ... When the prisoners first arrived at the camps, those sent to the left were transferred to death camps. ... Wordcount: 2695 Pages: 11
The Juvenile Boot Camps
While there are many people that advocate the use of boot camps on troubled youths, there are many people who are against the idea of juvenile boot camps. Those who argue against boot camps believe that they are penal in nature and that their military-like structure ignores the emotional needs of the youth. Those who argue in support of boot camps do not deny that they have a military-structure, but believe that the military-like setting provides disorderly youth with the structure and discip ... While there are many people that advocate the use of boot camps on troubled youths, there are many people who are against the idea of juvenile boot camps. ... The pros of boot camps are often immediately visible. ... The drawbacks of boot camps can be difficult to see, but are frequently as dramatic as the benefits. ... Furthermore, they argue that the confrontational style used in boot camps is inappropriate when working with many of the groups most likely to end up in boot camp, including members of minority groups and the mentally disturbed (National Mental Health Association). ... It ... Wordcount: 539 Pages: 2 Bibliography
A Movie Review on Andersonville
Andersonville To be honest, I rented this movie reluctantly. I didn't expect to be as moved and touched as I was by the end of the film. Andersonville was the infamous Southern prison camp located in Andersonville, Georgia. The film begins with a Massachusetts regiment that is captured and sent by train to the prison camp. Once there, they are greeted by the Raiders, who are a group of Union soldiers who murder, steal and abuse fellow soldiers within the camp. They are also greeted by one ... Andersonville was the infamous Southern prison camp located in Andersonville, Georgia. ... We see a special bond between most of the men in the camp. ... We also see the tension between the men within the camp. ... Upon inspection of the camp, we see that the South did not intend to place the P.O.W.'... Supposedly the camp was built for 8,000. ... Wordcount: 518 Pages: 2
Homosexuals & Scouting
Over the summer many incidents involving homosexual boy scouts have occurred and now many people are asking the question if we should allow gays to be become boy scouts. All boys should be allowed to become boy scouts, even homosexual boys. The Boy Scout handbook says in the scout oath that a scout must promise with other things to be morally straight, does that include sexually straight? Some scout leaders are worried about pedophilia and other related topics, but this is not a problem. Th ... You may have heard about a gay scout incident over the summer at a scout camp. During the past summer I worked at that Boy Scout summer camp, Camp Yawgoog where there was gay staffman. ... When the rest of the summer camp staff including me heard of this outrage we immediately went to see the reservation director. That morning the summer camp was closed because the staff was protesting. ... Wordcount: 527 Pages: 2
Aconcagua, the Stone Sentinel
Aconcagua, the Stone Sentinel Every muscle in my body seemed to relax as I rested for the first time in what felt like a week. It had only been six hours though, and we were only at base camp, 14,800 feet above sea level. As my head pounded, probably because of the altitude, I had a disturbing thought. We still had almost eight thousand vertical feet to climb until the summit. Thinking of this, my heart sank. How could I make it if I felt this bad already? My head was throbbing, the mere ... Base Camp was almost a mini city. ... At base camp there was one bathroom, if you can call it that. ... Above base camp, everything changed not just the food. The base camp air that had eventually grown to feel thick was gone. ... My first morning at camp three seemed calm enough. ... Wordcount: 2680 Pages: 11
Dachau: Nazis' Concentration Camp in 1933
Concentration Camps The Holocaust was one of the most terrible catastrophes in modern history. Before world war II about nine million Jews lived in Europe. Six million died in the war and a lot of them died in the concentration camps. The Nazis set up their first concentration camp in 1933, six years before World War II. It was called Dachau. The S.A and SS guards, members of the Nazi army, ran Dachau with cruelty. Prisoners were forced to do intolerable and often useless work. Those who re ... In all, the Nazis built 23 main camps. Of course, there were small camps too. ... They viewed camps as another way to get rid of Jews. ... Death camps were set up in Poland. ... The only purpose of these camps was mass murder. ... Wordcount: 394 Pages: 2
The Hitler Youth KLV Camps
As the Allies stepped up their bombing campaign, the Nazis began evacuating children from threatened cities into Hitler Youth KLV (Kinderlandverschickung) camps located mainly in the rural regions of East Prussia, the Warthegau section of Poland, Upper Silesia, and Slovakia. From 1940 to 1945, over 2.8 million German children were sent to these camps. There were separate KLV camps for boys and girls. About 5,000 camps were eventually in operation, varying greatly in sizes from the smallest whi ... From 1940 to 1945, over 2.8 million German children were sent to these camps. There were separate KLV camps for boys and girls. ... Each camp was run by a Nazi approved teacher and a Hitler Youth squad leader. ... Reluctant parents were forced to send their children away to the camps. ... Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. ... Wordcount: 779 Pages: 3
The Auschwitz Concentration Camp
Auschwitz-concentration camp Auschwitz, located in Poland, was Nazi Germany's largest and most terrible concentration camp. It was established by order of Himmler on April 27, 1940. At first, it was small because it was a work camp for Polish and Soviet prisoners of war. It became a death camp in 1941. Auschwitz was divided into three areas: Auschwitz was the camp commander's headquarters and administrative offices. Auschwitz was called Birkenau and it was the death camp with forty ... Auschwitz-concentration camp Auschwitz, located in Poland, was Nazi Germany's largest and most terrible concentration camp. ... It became a death camp in 1941. ... Auschwitz was called Birkenau and it was the death camp with forty gas chambers. Auschwitz was a slave labor camp (Funk and Wagnalls New encyclopedia). ... Auschwitz included camp sites a few miles away from the main complex. ... Wordcount: 897 Pages: 4
The Concentration Camp of Mass Killings
The word Holocaust comes from two Greek words, holos, meaning "whole" and Kaustos meaning "burned." It was used in early times it described the sacrifice that was burnt entirely on an altar. Many people who were "sacrificed" during World War II were also burnt in crematories and furnaces, hence, naming this mass murder of humans The Holocaust. The Holocaust, to many, is better known as Adolf Hitler's, the German chancellor of German during the mid 1930's into early 1940's, attempt to annihilat ... The concentration camp is the most closely related with the Holocaust. ... Camps were implemented with crematories and gas chambers. Most of the well-known camps were established on the soil of Poland. ... From there, they were deported to these camps. ... The museum depicts the elements of what the concentration camps were like. ... Wordcount: 985 Pages: 4
My Camping Experience in the Mojave Desert
I'll never forget the seemingly endless summer camping trips to the lake in the Mojave Desert. We started out early in the morning, just as the sun was peeking out from the horizon, wearily yet excitedly loading up the van with our luggage and camping supplies. Once we finished, we crawled into our seats, pillows and blankets in hand, ready for the long road trip ahead of us. We napped for some time, as Dad drove along the desolate two-lane highway to the lake. When we awoke, we played road game ... I'll never forget the seemingly endless summer camping trips to the lake in the Mojave Desert. ... When we awoke, we played road games and talked anxiously about camping. ... We then began to help unload the boat and set up camp. ... After a few hours, we returned to camp and went exploring a bit more. ... After she moved away, the annual summer camping trips to Mojave ceased forever. ... Wordcount: 910 Pages: 4
The Asian Americans Concentration Camps
In the early 1940"s, there was evidence of Japanese-American loyalty and innocence, but the information was not always well known. This, coupled with the factors of war hysteria led to the legal upholding of concentration camps in Korematsu v. U.S. (1944). The injustice was clouded, most immediately by the war, and indirectly by racism at home. The sneak attack on Pearl Harbor left a permanent indent on the way Americans viewed the Japanese. Indeed, it was this one act which thrust the ... This, coupled with the factors of war hysteria led to the legal upholding of concentration camps in Korematsu v. ... The Japanese-Americans also had a decent reputation in general, but people were too occupied with the war to worry about it. 112,000 Japanese-Americans-60% of which were U.S. citizens born on U.S. soil-were sent off to concentration camps. ... They even went quietly to the concentration camps, having faith in the American system. ... Wordcount: 540 Pages: 2
Anorexia: A Psychosomatic Disorder
We all know that action is the key to success, and we always try to be the very best. But in a world that will try to knock you down you must have the strength to survive the final round. Growing up today you have to be wise because its hard to tell the truth when its covered by the lies. The world can be cruel and the world can be kind, but you had better step up or you'll be left behind. This is some of a poem that one of my friends from my support group had shared on the first day. But I ... But it started to in the summer of 1996, it was at summer camp, we had swimming, and it was mandatory. ... I started to work out at camp. Weights at the Fitness area, running the camp road, pull up's, and swimming. ... Then I got home from camp, and I stopped, and the weight piled on again, I could see it. ... Wordcount: 819 Pages: 3
Recall Essay
Shauna Cook June 11, 2000 English Composition EN1103 Essay 2: Recall Camp Comfort Deep in the heart of the Maine woods, holding on for my thirteen-year-old life, my dad and I race through the trail dodging stumps, trees, and wildlife. It"s a crisp morning; the forest is alive with the colors of autumn. We come across a natural spring and pull off to the side for a drink. Someone that had come here before us has left a small Chine teacup to drink from and it sits on a roc ... As we get closer, we can read a name above the door, "Camp Comfort." My dad attempts to gain entrance to the camp as I survey the surrounding land. ... Rushing towards the camp"s door I am startled when my dad suddenly steps out. ... Camp Comfort is a place that is permanently embedded in my memory. ... Camp Comfort forced me to grow up fast, and it was very tough. ... Wordcount: 1423 Pages: 6
Dentist Comes to Camp by the Staff
General Notices: Dentist Comes to Camp by the Staff Given the cessation of active hostilities, members of the unit can have all dental needs looked after from 09:00-15:00 hours at the medical tent. All soldiers, particularly soldiers with persistent dental health problems are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity, as it is unsure when it will occur again in the near future. Profile: The Visiting Dentist Offers his Views on Soldiering and Dental Hygiene You'd be surprised how ma ... General Notices: Dentist Comes to Camp by the Staff Given the cessation of active hostilities, members of the unit can have all dental needs looked after from 09:00-15:00 hours at the medical tent. ... It was said that I fainted out of fear the first time I went to the camp dentist. ... Wordcount: 699 Pages: 3
Earnest Hemmingway's Indian Camp
Indian Camp Analysis of Nick"s Father In Earnest Hemmingway"s story Indian Camp, from his first book In Our Time, there is a character named Henry refereed to in this story as Nick"s father. Nick"s father is a doctor. A closer look at Nick"s father reveals that he is quite a paradoxical figure. On one hand, Nick"s father appears to be a great father who is nurturing caring and wants only the best for his son. "Nick lay back with his fathers arms around him." This quote shows that N ... Indian Camp Analysis of Nick"s Father In Earnest Hemmingway"s story Indian Camp, from his first book In Our Time, there is a character named Henry refereed to in this story as Nick"s father. ... Wordcount: 751 Pages: 3
Ernest Hemingway's "Indian Camp"
Ernest Hemingway's "Indian Camp" is a story in which a man looks back upon a very influential event in his childhood. The story tells of a young boy named Nick, who watches as his father aids in the birth of a young Indian child. The circumstances that arrive during this event shape the "older Nick's" perception of his father, as well as life and mortality. Nick experiences his first eye-opening experience in the lines on page sixteen which describe the screams of the woman. As the father t ... Ernest Hemingway's "Indian Camp" is a story in which a man looks back upon a very influential event in his childhood. ... Wordcount: 474 Pages: 2
World War II Japanese-Americans Interned Relocation Camps
During World War II Japanese-Americans were interned in 10 "relocation" camps. About 120,000 were interned, and about 2/3s were American citizens, supposedly under the protection of the Constitution. Some people called them detention centers or concentration camps. President Roosevelt signed an executive order for them to be rounded up and taken away from their homes and forced to live in "tarpaper-covered barracks of simple frame construction without plumbing or cooking facilities of any ki ... During World War II Japanese-Americans were interned in 10 "relocation" camps. ... Some people called them detention centers or concentration camps. ... Wordcount: 376 Pages: 2 Bibliography
Death March in Bataan
I am not sure when this horrible ordeal all began. Was it just after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor or was it when World War II began? Many of the survivors of the Bataan Death March believe it began in March of 1942. This was when General MacArthur received orders to leave his US Army forces and escape to Australia. The army forces were left under the command of Major General Edward king at the southern tip of the Bataan Peninsula. It was not more than a couple of months, when the odds agains ... The prisoners were forced to march the 65 miles of treacherous terrain to the Japanese POW Camp, Camp O"Donnell, to the north. ... Wordcount: 736 Pages: 3
The Ruthless Killings in Germany
The Holocaust 1933-1945 Nearly six million Jews were killed and murdered "The Holocaust." The word 'holocaust' means, a great raging fire that consumes in it's path all that lives. In the years between 1933 and 1945, the Jews of Europe were marked for total annihilation. The Germans under Adolf Hitler"s command believed that the Jews, Homosexuals, Gypsies, Jehova"s Witneses, Mentally Retarded, and anyone who did not believe in Nazism were the cause of all the German troubles and were a threa ... He had control over these camps that were used during the war for prisioners. They were called Concentration Camps. These Camps were set up for different purposes. ... Transition camps were set up as holding places for death camps. Some of the most known of the death camps were located in Poland. ... Wordcount: 1226 Pages: 5