Father tries to use guilt to get mother to change her opposition to his involment in the exterminations

When Father tries to use guilt to change mothers opposition for his involvement on slavery, it does work in a way. I do not think mother was going to go with it at first, but when father had Adolf Hitler  (A.K.A The Fury) over for supper she saw how serious it was, and I think she became almost forced to do it.

The reason mother did not want to do it was because father was working in a concentration camp, and its one of the worst of them, and that meant father was going to kill hundreds of people a day which mother didn’t really think was right. But when the leader of Germany came to their house, I think it was a message to the family of how serious this was and how bad the consequences to the whole family would be if they did not do this. Another reason mother probably did not want to do it was because it meant that their kids would be growing up in a place where they would see people dieing and suffering for there whole life. But when she relizes that it might be healthier for the kids if they do go to Out-With, then not to go and them being the ones who are dying an suffering.

Ross

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2 thoughts on “Father tries to use guilt to get mother to change her opposition to his involment in the exterminations

  1. I agree, i think mother did think in the end it would be better to just go then stay and maybe become some of the people in out-with. Though she was very much opposed it she was not as out spoken as someone like Grandmother. I don’t know if father guilted her into it as much as scared her into it. ~Jasmine Prejudice and Discrimination

  2. I agree that mother wasn’t really on board with moving because of the kids growing up in a place like Out-With but after The Fury came over for dinner she realized how serious this was. Also that she thought it might be better if they just moved to Out-With. I think mother made the wrong choice by moving to Out-With and that she and the kids should have stayed in Berlin.
    Meagan
    Friendship

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