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I will pay for the following article The First Death Camp. The work is to be 65 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
I will pay for the following article The First Death Camp. The work is to be 65 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. ly participated or being compelled to select between Allies force (Soviet Russia, United States of America, United Kingdom, France, Poland, and others) and Axis force (Germany, Japan, Italy, and others) to sustain their existence. The toll it took on human civilization either in terms of human casualty or in terms of financial statistics is still repented. A vapor of cry chokes us all while paying our tribute to those past souls. As estimated by Norman Davies 27,077,614 civilians died only in Europe during the Second World War. (Davies, 1996, p. 1328) During a war military casualty is an inevitable fact. some extent of civilian casualty though painful but cannot be avoided for sure. However, the rampage that the civilian population was subject to and the extent of risk exposure they have endured during the Second World War, was the most alarming and disturbing scenario over those years.
The period of war is far from normality and according to historians and experts on warfare, it’s a state of emergency, when many things are bound to happen that might not be considered as humanitarian in normal circumstances. Even after bearing in mind their views with due respect, during the Second World War the world was speechless witnessing the most systematic and organized slaughter against the human race. Without any grain of ambiguity, the Jews were the worst sufferers (at least in terms of percentage of total population exterminated) in the hand of the Germans. The Self-proclaimed so-called Aryans and a self-declared superior race got themselves indulged into the most heinous crime of all time, as mentioned by Perry, Chase, Jacob & Jacob (2008, p. 612), “German racial nationalists insisted that Germany had a unique mission. as a superior race, Germans had a right to dominate other peoples, particularly the “racially inferior” Slaves of eastern Europe.” Hitler moved one-step ahead to remark “Not that I call the Jew a beast. He is much further from the beasts than we Aryans.