I have learned through my visit to the Holocaust Museum and my research about the Jews, and the concentration camps that these precious people went through something someone should never be put through. Its sad to say that their is present day genocide, but it is also historical genocide or attempts as well. I choose to do Auschwitz concentration camp because it was the camp of death. This is one one of the most brutal camps anyone could ever go too. Auschwitz also known as the "Death Camp" killed innocent Jews under the commands of Adolf Hitler. In class we talked about what was evil and what does evil look like, and through this project I have finally realize that's its not the person that is evil, but it is the actions that are evil which will eventually take over the mind set of one person. Evil tends to catch people more than good does, and it's because we feel the need of satisfaction. I was surprised about Hitler killing the mentally ill because to kill someone with a disability you have to have no emotions at all. Doctors and Nazi commanders were in a group that disguised themselves to not hurt the mentally ill, but help them. People soon found out that Hitlers orders and ideas were to do experiments on the mentally ill to improve on military uniforms, they also wanted to just exterminate these people because he wanted to find the perfect race. I still have no props for Hitler what so ever. Even though he started out as a good chancellor I think he went overboard. He could have been a decent commander if he didn't let evil get into his head. When I went to the Holocaust Museum I made a pledge to stop genocide in anyway that I could by forming organizations, helping other countries by removing those people from that environment, and digging deeper to understand why this happens? I have learned a lot through this project, and it has made me realize how thankful I should be about not experiencing starvation, torture, and death.