Five Card Story: In Memory of Lives Lost is WW2

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In the year 1939, on the first of September, this began the start of World War Two. A war caused by the selfishness and inconsideration of Adolf Hitler. Hitler was a man who was raised in a community where the idea of anti-semitism, the hostility or prejudice against Jewish people, was highly encouraged. Over time, Hitler gained great power and enforced the idea of anti-semitism to all of Germany. Eventually in World War 2, many Jewish people suffered sadistic "punishments" in concentration camps and their bodies remain today in memorials and cemeteries. These are here to commemorate such a sacrificing and ethno religious group of people. They were people who were discriminated due to their race and religion. After much tribulation and trial, the war ended and many Jews had lost loved ones, but some were able to find hope in little things. Opportunities blossomed and new doors were opened for them. Even though their family tree seemed comparable to one in fall with all the leaves gone, they still remembered them.

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