I have learned countless things in this class, mostly about the holocaust and the overall world war 2 (Pre, During and Post). Firstly, I learned about the T4 extermination program and that the hazardous and toxic chemical, Zylon B was experimented on to kill numerous of Jews, Roma (Gypsies), and later on people that were not relating to the Aryan Race. Secondly, I learned that around 6 million Jews had died because of the Holocaust. That was 2/3 of Europe's total Jew population and nearly half of the world's Jewish population. The word Holocaust meant whole (holos) + burned (kaustos), to be detailed it means mass amounts of people that were burned. This actually happened in the holocaust when dead Jews were exhumed and engulfed in blazing fire. Thirdly, I learned the overall devastation caused mainly by one man, a dictator, Hitler. At first I couldn't imagine the power inside a minuscule man, as the saying goes, "Never underestimate the power of a common man!". This is my best sample since I got a good mark for this task and I had received a deep and meaningful comment by my teacher. The things that I could improve or do differently are to answer each questions deeply and thoroughly. If I had given deeper information and explained every point I had given as the answers for each questions in this assignment, I could have received a better (perfect grade). I developed better understanding on the key concept of change "The international formalization of Human Rights was sparked by atrocities of the early 20th century and enabled by the growth of international connections, interactions, and relationships." I have showed excellent skills in understanding/grasping the factor of change that were ever present through the timeline of history. Change was a factor that was ever present in the holocaust. The feeling, emotions, ideology, health, economic and social status of the Jews were drastically changed in the time period of the Holocaust. It was drastically changed and altered by the Nazis/Germans. The Nazis made the Jews feel like they were animals and treated them at the worst ways possible. The Nazis made the Jews feel that they are lifeless, useless, obsolete and unimportant. The Nazis drastically attacked and changed Jew's physical and mental state during the Holocaust.