Can we learn from the mistakes of the past? What actions should we take to stop history from repeating itself, and then explore if the rise of Nazism can be compared to any contemporary national movement?

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Essay #3 — Final Paper Your 4-5 page essay should be double spaced with 1″margin, and a readable 12- point font. MLA format with internal documentation and a Work(s) Cited is required. Include relevant literature for your topic choice [O’Brien, Erdrich, Borowski, Wiese!, Levy]

The reason war seems only negative is because there is so much destruction; millions of innocent people die, lose their family, mental health and reason to live. No doubt war is the greatest catastrophe that can befall human beings. It brings death and destruction, merciless slaughter and butchery, disease and starvation, poverty and ruin in its wake.

Vietnam War Research American entanglement in the Vietnam War — the (lottery) draft. war, return home. Take the War home to reveal the media’s impact on the war, i.e., protests, music, news reports. Include Tim O’Brien’s first-hand account, “The Things They Carried,” and/or Louise Erdrich’s reflection of the end of a loving brothers’ relationship, “The Red Convertible,” to address the young men’s endurance and aftermath of the war.

World War II and the Holocaust” The term Holocaust refers to the genocide of European Jews and others by the Nazis during WWII in an attempt to restore the reputation of Germany at the international level. Polish writer and journalist Tadeusz Borowski’s experience as a privileged prisoner in the Auschwitz concentration camp is vividly narrated in “This Way for the Gas, Ladies and Gentlemen.”

Can we learn from the mistakes of the past? What actions should we take to stop history from repeating itself, and then explore if the rise of Nazism can be compared to any contemporary national movement?