Project #16855 - History of the holocaust

write on Primo Levi’s Survival in Auschwitz and Christopher Browning’s Ordinary Men. Choose one of the prompts below.

1. On page 150 of his book Levi writes, “to destroy a man is difficult, almost as difficult as to create one: it has not been easy, nor quick, but you Germans have succeeded.” Using case studies of individuals from both Levi and Browning (at least 2 from each book), examine how the Germans destroyed both Jewish Holocaust victims and also, at least partially, ordinary German men. Would you agree with Levi that this

sort of destruction was the greatest of all Nazi crimes?

OR

 

2.! Both Levi and Browning describe individuals in either Auschwitz or Reserve Police Battalion 101 who, for whatever reason and to varying degrees, were able to resist Nazi dehumanization or indoctrination. Examine examples of these individuals (at least 2 detailed case studies from each book) and the reasons that Levi and Browning give for

how or why they were able to resist. Would you argue that Levi would consider himself such a “resister,” or was it simply luck that enabled him to survive?

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Due By (Pacific Time) 11/18/2013 12:00 am
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