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The Sydney Jewish Museum
On Wednesday the 15th of October, half of Yr 10 visited the Sydney Jewish Museum in Darlinghurst. Our focus of the excursion was to learn about the Holocaust. It was a very somber visit, as well as being quite factual and educational. The serious, (More)
The issue of balancing loyalty to authority with personal moral responsibility
The Nazi\'s had a choice of whether or not they wanted to kill the Jewish people. Their choice of being loyal to their authority figure, Adolf Hitler, led to the demise of lives.  However, the German people\'s loyalty got in the way of their personal (More)
Visit to Jewish Museum
During transition week, we had the opportunity to visit the Jewish Museum in Sydney CBD. Overall it was a very moving and informative experience, one that I will never forget. As we walked in and began our tour, I took in all sights to see and listen (More)
Sydney Jewish Museum-The Holocaust
The holocaust happened in Central and Eastern Europe, Switzerland, Sweden and Germany were left untouched. 1939-1945, Jews, homosexuals, gypsies, communists and socialists were exterminated or removed. This happened because the Jews were blamed for a (More)
Jewish Museum Experience
On October 14, half of our year 10 cohort went and visited the Sydney Jewish Museum in the City. We were taken around by \'tour guides\' and the group I was in was fortunate enough to have a real life holocaust survivor Mary who shared her amazing bu (More)
Sydney Jewish Museum
As apart of Transition Week, today Year 10 experienced a confronting trip the Jewish Museum. When we arrived, we were all split up into our homeroom groups and were assigned a guide that gave each homeroom a tour around the historic Museum. During (More)
Sydney Jewish Museum Visit
It’s amazing how much we take for granted in our lives today. We live in a society without fear and without realizing how lucky we are. For t (More)
Loyalty Vs Authority
\"The Nazis, who came to power in Germany in January 1933, believed that Germans were racially superior and that the Jews, deemed inferior, were an alien threat to the so-called German racial community.\"Due to this marks one of the most unique event (More)
The Sydney Jewish Museum
The Sydney Jewish Museum was overall a confronting experience that left me feeling appreciative for the life i have. Today i learnt first (More)
Why so mean Hitler?
This is pretty delayed but being sick seems to always take over my life... Anyways! Last Tuesday (14/10/2014) I, along with 3 other homerooms, went to the Sydney Jewish Museum. Some of the things I saw were quite amazing. The texts and stories tha (More)
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