Human Rights And Liberties
Throughout the course of history, we have continually sought out to define our human rights and liberties. These rights include freedom of life liberty and property. In addition, the freedoms of expression, speech and press are included. Human rights pertain to everyone, yet not all societies have successfully acknowledged them. At points in history at times, it could be said, perhaps, that as one person receives appraisal, another is delivered limitations. However, it cannot go without saying that some have tried to correct these errors and defend basic human rights. Such cases in world history involving violations against human rights include Jews in Nazi Germany and imperialistic Africa.
One of the most riveting events in history has been the Holocaust. Not only were freedoms and rights being extremely violated, millions of people were killed in the mass genocide induced by Hitler. Groups of people including, Jew, Gypsies, Slavs, and the mentally ill or disabled were all discriminated against and were considered sub-human. They had no rights, no liberties, and certainly no property. Nazi Germans believed they had no right to even exist. Synagogues were set on fire, businesses were destroyed
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