Friday, November 21, 2008
1. The Nazis determined whether or not a person was a Jew by official documents such as passports and other government issuances stating their race. Also, there were many all-Jewish communities in Poland and Germany.
2. Christianity is a religion, not a race. Someone who says they are not a Christian means that they are not a Christian. Christianity is strictly a religion, and those people who are Christians would never deny it.
3. If a Jewish woman marries a Gentile, the man wouldn't necessarily be a Jew. We think that the man would still be whatever he was before. Just because someone marries into a Jewish family doesn't mean that person has to share the same beliefs.
After the Holocaust, some of the survivors went home. Others probably tried to make a new life for themselves in other places. The Jews wouldn't have much left from their lives before the Holocaust. It would be really hard to go back to the same life, and bring back memories of how their lives used to be.
By: Elizabeth, Sam, Samantha, Taylor