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Transcript of United
By: Sebastian Gamboa
Genocide is the mass murder of a specific group of people. Some examples of genocide include the Holocaust and the Rwanda Genocide. What ever the reason genocide is a taboo and unorthodox method of domination.
The founding of the United Nations took place on October 24, 1945. It was founded by FDR in order to keep world peace. Another fact about the UN is that they were founded after the League of Nations was disbanded.
Founding of the UN
The original nations of the UN included Republic of China, France, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, United States of America, Argentina, Brazil, Belarus, Chile, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Egypt, El Salvador, Haiti, Iran, Lebanon, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Philippines, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey, Ukraine, Yugoslavia, Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Iraq, Liberia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Panama, Peru, South Africa, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
Original Members of the UN
Relation to the Holocaust
Genocide and the United Nations relate to the Holocaust because the Holocaust is classified as a genocide and the United Nations is a group tasked with stopping further genocide.
UDHR stands for Universal Declaration of Human Rights. It decides the basic rights of all people. It was written by the United Nations in 1948 and is the most translated document.