History

“Germans &amp

germany"Task: Nazis Victims Memorial The memorial’s location is on a nineteen thousand meters square at the Brandenburg Gate. The setting up of the memorial symbolizes the extent of incomprehensibility of the historical crime that led to the killing of Jews in the country after the First World War. Another memorial in Berlin is a tribute to the Gypsies (Sinti and Roma) who died during the Nazi’s racial purge. There should be separate memorials for the two groups of victims.
The ort, designed by Peter Eisebman, has a name of the victims of the crime. The building of the ort was a good idea as a tribute to the victims of brutal treatment. It is also a responsibility to protect the minority groups in the country from brutal treatment. It is an expression of humanity to the survivors and a show of responsibility to prevent crimes in the society (Cottrell 1).
The memorial is a dedication to the Jews victims of the wars after the war in Germany. It does not technically keep out concentration camps Jews who suffered the fate of death at old age or from diseases. The title is appropriate, and no better title would fit the memorial than its apparent title.
The Washington museum is a remembrance of the criminal activities that occurred during the killing of the Jews. It has a comprehensive history of the holocaust through artifacts and eyewitness testimonials, in the form of movies and films. It also has artifacts as well as photographs of the occurrences. However, there is no national monument on the victims of crime. This is because the slavery and genocide did not occur in the country. It would only be advisable to build the monument at the spot of the crime rather than in Washington.
The tale of Emmaly Reed’s is a moving account, touching and reveals the reality of the brutality that the Nazis victims experienced. Her imprisonment for twelve years shows the extent of suffering that the victims underwent. She exposes the hangings that imprisoned victims underwent during the slavery and genocide that occurred.
Works Cited
Cottrell, Chris. Memorial to Roma Holocaust Victims Opens in Berlin. The New York Times. October 24, 2012. Web. May 5, 2013. Retrieved from: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/10/25/world/europe/memorial-to-romany-victims-of-holocaust-opens-in-berlin.html?_r=0

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