The Irony Of Liberation
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Though this paper had a few punctuation problems, I made a B+ on it and this is a sophmore level class.
The Irony of Liberation
When the liberators came, they came with hope of eliminating the torture and inhumanity the Nazi Germans were imposing on the Jews. Men and women came with the hope of releasing victims from the evil claw that had grasped Jews for so long. Some liberators came with the idea that the Jews would be given a new life, a life of freedom. However, freedom was far from what Jews were given after liberation. To the many Jews, who stood on the other side of the barbed wire fence, liberation was not a time to celebrate. Yet, it was a time to try to pick up what particles of life that remained. As Lucille Eichengreen explains in her testimonial story of liberation day, liberation was not about freedom.
It was expected that there would be casualties of war. U.S and Russian army men had seen victims of war before[,...
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