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On May 24, 25, 26, and 27, Fremont Middle School attended the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.  This event had been planned since August.  It was a great opportunity for students to have the experience of the Holocaust inside a museum.  It taught kids about history, specifically the Holocaust.

For weeks before the trip, many teachers at Fremont have been teaching their students about the Holocaust and what it meant to history.  The Holocaust was the systematic murder of about six million Jews. On this trip, students got into groups of about twenty and then the tour guide took them around the Museum.  The students learned about how the Holocaust started, ended, what Hitler’s plan was, and why it was flawed.

During the Museum tour students experienced many exhibits.  Students were able to go into a gas chamber and went through the gates of Auschwitz. They also went through a presentation where 3 people were having a discussion about the holocaust.  It was very unique the way they talked about the Holocaust because it was mostly done through technology.

Many students who went said that this field trip was memorable.  Jazleene said, “I liked how we each got a child and learned about them and saw if they died or survived.”  In the beginning of the tour, each student got a child of the holocaust in which they would learn more about throughout the tour.  In the end they found out if the child had lived or died.

Most everyone had a certain part of the museum that shocked them.  Alyssa Flores said, “How Hitler got control of everyone so quickly,” was the most shocking to her. There were very mixed emotions in the museum.  Some people felt sad, others angry, and others shocked.

This trip to the museum was important because it makes us realize how bad genocide is, and not to make that mistake again. We recommend that you bring your family to this trip.

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