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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Human Rights in Europe Human Rights in Europe Europe Today About 66 million people died in World War II At the end of WWII, 2 out of 3 European Jews had been killed 2 out of 3 European Jews had been killed The Soviet Union had the largest death count with 26,600,000 deadapproximately Europe, 1940s When the Nazis took porwerin Germany, anti-semitismbecame socially acceptable.Jews where treated as inferiors.The result was the Holocaust, where the Nazis attempted toeliminate the Jewish. This genocide also inlcudedhandicapped people, homosexuals, people withgenetic desorder, and othersconcidered inferior. General Franco in Spain Later on, he created liberal laws to impressother countries such as the "Charter of Rights"that guaranteed the freedom of speech. In 1945, American and British forces bombed the German cityof Dresden without a clear reason,killing 35,000 to 135,000 people. In 1948, the Universal declaration of Human Rights was adopted to preventthe atrocities of World War II In 1949, The Council of Europe was founded to potrect Human Rights and the rule of law While his regime was not completelyTotalitarian, GeneralFranco was the onlyone that could make laws, and no one couldvote against him. Europeans struggle to find solutions to problems such as xenophobia, the intolerance or fear of foreigners.There is also widespread concerns about terrorism. Charlie Hebdo is a magazine that posted cartoons making fun of various ideologies,including Islam. This cartoons caused an attack by Muslims terrorists on Janaury 7, 2015 in Paris killing 12 people including innocent people and policemen. However, some French people have since attacked Mosques. References -Spain - THE FRANCO YEARS. (n.d.). Retrieved January 17, 2015, from Jewish Holocaust. (n.d.). Retrieved January 17, 2015, from Un ataque contra la libertad de expresión. (n.d.). Retrieved January 17, 2015, from, B. (n.d.). Europe's Own Human Rights Crisis | Human Rights Watch. Retrieved January 18, 2015, from, S. (2005, April). GlobaLex - History, Role, and Activities of the Council of Europe: Facts, Figures and Information Sources. Retrieved January 18, 2015, from Staff, H. (2009). Bombing of Dresden. Retrieved January 18, 2015, from Population of Europe in 1945. (2014, June 20). Retrieved January 18, 2015, from, W. (2012, June 6). World War 2 Facts. Retrieved January 18, 2015, from Victor Loza A01570000 Jesús Jurado A01039987 History II Group 401
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