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Borowski on Human Nature
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This 7 page paper discusses the work of Holocaust survivor Tadeusz Borowski and what it tells us about his opinions of human nature, and man's future. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Borowski’s View of the Holocaust
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A five-page paper analyzing the view of the Holocaust expressed in two short stories from Tadeusz Borowski’s “This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentleman.” There is a spiritual element to the way most Jews approached their fate that Borowski’s narrator cannot empathize with at all; for him everything is a matter of sheer expediency, and people who refuse to cooperate with the necessary politics of camp life deserve not pity but contempt. Stories discussed are the title story “This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentleman” and “A Day at Harmenz”. Bibliography lists three sources.
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Botwinick's A History of the Holocaust
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This 7 page paper looks at this comprehensive book and answers ten questions posed by the author. The paper considers thoughtful questions on the Holocaust and relies on the book to a large extent for answers. No additional sources cited.
Filename: SA315hol.rtf

Cambodian Women and the Khmer Rouge
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This 7 page report discusses the genocide that took place in Cambodia during the totalitarian regime of the Khmer Rouge in 1975-1979. Various empirical studies reported that Cambodian women experienced the most extensive trauma. These women were victims of physical violence, often of a sexual nature, perpetrated by their fellow citizens. They were exposed to multiple forms of emotional abuse, torture, and forced labor. Many witnessed the deaths or executions of their husbands, and most lost at least one, and often several, of their children. Extended kinship networks, so much a part of their cultural heritage and their everyday functioning, were destroyed. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Capture of Adolf Eichmann
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A 14 page research paper that discusses the legality of the abduction of Adolf Eichmann from Argentina by the Israeli secret service and his subsequent trial. As background to this discussion, the writer also covers Eichmann's role in the Holocaust and his escape from American occupying forces and flight to Argentina. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: kheich.rtf

Chaim Potok's 'The Chosen' / The Pluralistic Nature of Reality
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A 5 page essay which examines this award winning novel by Chaim Potok. The writer demonstrates that the differing viewpoints within this Jewish community are intrinsic to the thematic structure of this coming-of-age story of two teenage boys. The writer illustrates that by the novel's conclusion, Potok has peeled back the layers of meaning to reveal the shared humanity of the two groups.
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Christopher Browning's "Ordinary Men:" Why, When Given A Choice, Did The Vast Majority Of Men In The Reserve Police Battalion 101 Opt To Participate In The Nazi Genocide?
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5 pages in length. Christopher Browning's "Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion 101 and the Final Solution in Poland" discusses the reactive nature of men who are under the mental, emotional and physical strain of superior orders. The extent to which members of Reserve Battalion 101 opted to participate in the Nazi genocide, despite the fact they were given a choice, speaks volumes regarding the overwhelming influence Hitler had over ordinary men – artisans and working class police reservists untrained for such atrocities – who would otherwise never consider killing another human being. No additional sources cited.
Filename: TLCBt101.rtf

Christopher Browning’s “Ordinary Men: Reserve Police Battalion101” and Daniel Goldhagen’s “Hitler’s Willing Executioners
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Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust: This 6 page report discusses these two books and compares their differing premises regarding the actions taken (or not taken) by “ordinary” German citizens during the Holocaust. Browning’s premise was that circumstances such as peer pressure, career promotion, and the mindless conformity of society led large numbers of common, everyday people to participate in murdering the Jews of Europe. On the other hand, Goldhagen claims that the well-established German tradition of an “eliminationist ideal” resulted in a type of anti-Semitism that was, in his opinion, a solely “German pathology.” No other sources.
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Cognitive Dissonance / Applied To Those Who Saved The Jews
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In 6 pages the author discusses the concept of cognitive dissonance as it applies to those who saved the Jews from the Holocaust. It is posited that cognitive dissonance makes a person want to right a wrong in order to change a distasteful situation. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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